Are you ready to rock, science lovers? Time for another installment in our Quarantine Quarrying series. In this post, we’re going to cover sedimentary rocks.
Now’s the perfect time to start a collection with rocks and minerals you can find in Virginia, if not right in your own backyard. There’s so much to say about that we’ve broken up our Quarantine Quarrying series into a few parts. This post covers igneous rocks.
Now's the perfect time to embark on some at-home science by starting a collection with common rocks and minerals you can find in Virginia, if not right in your own backyard. Here's how!
Ah, springtime in Virginia. Flowers are blooming, birds are singing and… it’s raining. But without rain, we wouldn’t have those lovely flowers nor would we have food to put on our tables. Rain also brings us the beautiful sky show we call a rainbow!
Hey there Science lovers! Lexie Barrell here. I love helping Museum guests learn all about the world around them, especially when it comes to plants and animals! And phenology is a great place to start!