Connect our classroom to yours!
Welcome to the Milwaukee Public Museum's newest program for educators. Below, find links to the best of the best we have to offer; each page is filled with resources for you to incorporate into your lessons and curriculum. We will continue to add more resources and opportunities for educators and students as we navigate these uncharted waters! Our goal is to support you in inspiring curiosity and exciting the minds of your students in new and interesting ways.
Looking for LIVE ways to learn virtually? Explore MPM's options, such as our On the Move outreach program and Planetarium at Home.
Resources are available for the following topics:
Butterflies & Insects
Ecosystems & Biodiversity
North American Indians
On these self-led virtual tours, you’ll get the chance to explore select exhibits in-depth while also getting behind-the-scenes access to interesting collections items, fascinating videos, and links to the exciting research happening at the Milwaukee Public Museum.
- Explore our exhibit halls on Google Street View
- Explore our individual Collections & Research
- Check out our Collection Highlights
- Fun family resources are available through our Community of Curiosity
The resources gathered here are developed with a focus on the PreK-K student. Discover activities and learning opportunities that include science, literacy, math, art, and at-home extensions. We’ve also included some fun music and movement along the way, recommended reading lists, and other unique ways to engage your child in museum-related topics.
Questions or comments? Please email us at email@example.com.