The Georgia Southern Museum offers a variety of educational programs to appeal to children, college-age students, adults, families, and teachers. Interactive, hands-on programs for K-12 school groups allow children to explore the Museum’s permanent natural history collection and all changing exhibits. Our programs are designed to meet the Georgia Performance Standards and many of the programs are accompanied by teacher’s guides. These guides provide background information and terminology about the educational program and may offer suggestions for related class activities. The Museum also offers educational trips for adults and families. These special programs cover topics as varied as science, local history, and art. Through its outreach programs, Project SENSE and Project BESST, the Museum offers training to area science and social studies teachers and access to comprehensive science and social studies activity kits for the classroom.