Learn the stages of Longleaf Pine growth through movement.
Join Educator Katy Menne in creating a lightouse.
Join Education Curator Katy Menne to create your very own cannon.
Craft time with Captain Meanie is creating a CANNON! Supplies: 2 TP tubes, tape, scissors, markers and/or construction paperShirt shoutout: Fort Fisher State Historic SiteGet your own #flatcharlotte to keep you company during quarantine from Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum State Historic SitePosted by North Carolina Maritime Museum at Southport on Friday, April 24, 2020
Join Education Curator Katy Menne in crafting a fish.
Join Captain Meanie in crafting a fish out of 1 tp tube, markers, and scissors! Shirt shoutout this week is: Bald Head Island Conservancy - BHI ConservancyVisit Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum State Historic Site for your very own #flatcharlottePosted by North Carolina Maritime Museum at Southport on Friday, April 17, 2020
Join Education Curator Katy Menne in adapting an octopus.
Craft Time with Miss Katy and Henry the HeronSupplies needed: 4 colors of construction paper ScissorsTapeSomething to write with **have a lot of TP rolls saved up? I’ll show you how to alter the craft to use those! Bring 5 of themOld Baldy Lighthouse and Smith Island Museum of History is our shirt shoutout today!Follow #ncearthday50 and N.C. Office of Environmental Education and Public Affairs for all the Earth Day fun this month! #ncenviroeducatorsPosted by North Carolina Maritime Museum at Southport on Friday, April 10, 2020
Join Education Curator Katy Menne in crafting a hula dancer.
Join Education Curator Katy Menne to make binoculars.
Craft time with captain meanie! All you need are two TP rolls (we know you have plenty), something to decorate with, and your imagination!I-spy task 1: post a picture in the comments of something yellow 💛I-spy task 2: I spy with my little eye something pink! 💕 post what you see that is pink in the commentsI-spy task 3: I spy something rectangular! ⏹ like a square but longer. Post your choice in the commentsPosted by North Carolina Maritime Museum at Southport on Friday, March 20, 2020