The Pratt Museum has thousands of natural and cultural history objects to share with educators and lifelong learners.
(for local use only)
Each kit contains topic specific hands-on objects and information related to its topic. The kits are suitable for all ages. There’s no charge to borrow a kit. Please call or email us to arrange to borrow a kit.
Current traveling education study kits include:
- Marine Invertebrates
- Marine Mammals
- Dena’ina Athabascan
- Oil Spill
- Sea Otter
Education Media Collection
We have a collection of films available for loan to educators, or for viewing in the Museum. Contact us with your subject, or come in and browse our shelves by appointment.
Many of the Pratt’s collection items are available for study in the Museum. Access to the collections is only allowed by special arrangement with the Collections Manager.
Kids Dig Archaeology is an online archaeological activity designed by the National Park Service.
The Kachemak Bay Research Reserve has several Natural History guides available online.
The Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies has several activity guides and curriculum available for download.