Online Resources – Log On to New Discovery

Of the many benefits to the local community, the Coastal Discovery Museum offers a variety of unique educational resources available online for teachers to use with their students.

Since 1985, the Coastal Discovery Museum has provided interactive education programs to regional schools and youth-related organizations. These programs are aligned to many of South Carolina’s Curriculum Standards and engage students in hands-on, experiential learning. Educational experiences are offered at our Honey Horn campus, at several off-site locations, in the classroom, and online. Coastal Discovery Museum programs are created and designed to give children the opportunity to make meaningful connections between the natural history and cultural heritage of the area, inspiring new generation to care for the Lowcountry.

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ONLINE RESOURCES – Log On to New Discovery

Of the many benefits to the local community, the Coastal Discovery Museum offers a variety of unique educational resources available online for teachers to use with their students.

Since 1985, the Coastal Discovery Museum has provided interactive education programs to regional schools and youth-related organizations. These programs are aligned to many of South Carolina’s Curriculum Standards and engage students in hands-on, experiential learning. Educational experiences are offered at our Honey Horn campus, at several off-site locations, in the classroom, and online. Coastal Discovery Museum programs are created and designed to give children the opportunity to make meaningful connections between the natural history and cultural heritage of the area, inspiring new generation to care for the Lowcountry.










    HILTON HEAD
    TIMELINE
    Take a journey through time and explore the history of Hilton Head Island from the beginning. Trace the Native American population dating back 4,000 years up through the adventures of Captain William Hilton, the first freedman's village, and development from an isolated fishing community to a popular tourist destination. Experience natural resource industrial shifts from indigo to cotton production. The rich history of this coastal community will capture students’ curiosity and inspire them to dig deeper. The timeline will include educational resources for teachers, suggested activities, learning opportunities, and materials to share with students. These programs are recommended for all local teachers.

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    HILTON HEAD
    TIMELINE
    Take a journey through time and explore the history of Hilton Head Island from the beginning. Trace the Native American population dating back 4,000 years up through the adventures of Captain William Hilton, the first freedman's village, and development from an isolated fishing community to a popular tourist destination. Experience natural resource industrial shifts from indigo to cotton production. The rich history of this coastal community will capture students’ curiosity and inspire them to dig deeper. The timeline will include educational resources for teachers, suggested activities, learning opportunities, and materials to share with students. These programs are recommended for all local teachers.

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    LIFE
    CYCLES

    Discover the diversity and role of life cycles among Lowcountry plants and animals. Take a closer look at some common coastal insects, mammals, bivalves, amphibians, and a few plants that are native to the Lowcountry. Each life cycle program will include vocabulary resources, an educational video, and suggested activities for students. Designed for elementary and middle school students.

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    LIFE CYCLES

    Discover the diversity and role of life cycles among Lowcountry plants and animals. Take a closer look at some common coastal insects, mammals, bivalves, amphibians, and a few plants that are native to the Lowcountry. Each life cycle program will include vocabulary resources, an educational video, and suggested activities for students. Designed for elementary and middle school students.

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    HABITATS

    Explore some of the coastal habitats that are home to a variety of plants and animals. Take a virtual visit to the beach, salt marsh, maritime forest, and freshwater pond habitats, examining important features and special survival adaptions of the plants and animals that live in these unique habitats. Each habitat program will include vocabulary resources, an educational video, and suggested activities for students. Designed for elementary and middle school students.

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    HABITATS

    Explore some of the coastal habitats that are home to a variety of plants and animals. Take a virtual visit to the beach, salt marsh, maritime forest, and freshwater pond habitats, examining important features and special survival adaptions of the plants and animals that live in these unique habitats. Each habitat program will include vocabulary resources, an educational video, and suggested activities for students. Designed for elementary and middle school students.

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    KIDS
    STORY TIME

    Log on to listen and learn about wildlife in the Lowcountry as a Museum Educator reads educational stories about dolphins, sea turtles, horseshoe crabs, and other local characters. Each story will include vocabulary resources, educational videos, and suggested activities for students. Designed for PreK, Kindergarten, and 1st graders.

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    KIDS STORY TIME

    Log on to listen and learn about wildlife in the Lowcountry as a Museum Educator reads educational stories about dolphins, sea turtles, horseshoe crabs, and other local characters. Each story will include vocabulary resources, educational videos, and suggested activities for students. Designed for PreK, Kindergarten, and 1st graders.

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    ...AND MORE!
    OTHER EXPERIENCES

    The Coastal Discovery Museum has so much to offer our area’s teachers and students: Conservation in the Classroom, Field Trips, Outreach Opportunities, Teacher Workshops and much more. Click here to learn more about all of the museum’s Virtual Experiences.
    Dawn Brut, Curator of Education
    dbrut@coastaldiscovery.org
    (843) 689 - 6767 x 228
    Coastal Discovery Museum
    70 Honey Horn Drive
    Hilton Head Island, SC 29926

    ...AND MORE!
    OTHER EXPERIENCES

    The Coastal Discovery Museum has so much to offer our area’s teachers and students: Conservation in the Classroom, Field Trips, Outreach Opportunities, Teacher Workshops and much more. Click here to learn more about all of the museum’s Virtual Experiences.
    Dawn Brut, Curator of Education
    dbrut@coastaldiscovery.org
    (843) 689 - 6767 x 228
    Coastal Discovery Museum
    70 Honey Horn Drive
    Hilton Head Island, SC 29926

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