Created by Linda Lee
Notta Fish is a video game that allows players to learn a thing or two about the small and large-scale evolution of cetaceans (whales, dolphins, etc).
Linda Lee is a UW Museology graduate student with a love for fossils, spicy food, and all things dogs.
Created by Morgan Stewart
These activity books explain the work done behind the scenes at the Burke Museum in the archaeology and paleontology departments.
As you follow the journey of an artifact or fossil into the museum, you can learn about how archaeologists find their dig sites, how paleontologists dig up fossils, how we take care of the objects in the museum’s collections, and what scientists are learning at the Burke!
Download Burke Work: Archaeology PDF
Download Burke Work: Paleontology PDF
Morgan Stewart has studied biology, art, and museology. When not working on the latest cool museum thing, Morgan enjoys reading, cooking, meeting friendly dogs, and looking at cool rocks.
T. rex mask cover
Dress up a standard disposable mask and transform yourself into a cool carnivore.
Mount St. Helens coloring page
Learn how the ecosystems and landscape around Mount St. Helens changed in the years since the 1980 eruption.
Draw the missing dino parts
Learn about how dinosaurs adapted to their environments and protected themselves.
Dinosaur & Animal Crafts
Ice Age paper puppets
These puppets will be the best-dressed Ice Age creatures ever!
Pterodactlys will soar through the skies again with this project.
The perfect accessory for any activity.
Nature Scavenger Hunt
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