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Reservations for the 2014 - 2015 school year are now open!
Teaching Toolboxes are teaching resource kits, each complete with touchable specimens, reproducible materials, and related books and information. Designed for K-12 students and community groups, our toolboxes not only allow for unique teaching opportunities, but provide subjects that excite students about the natural sciences. Our museum offers a wide variety of topics, which include:
|C.I. Water||Digging Dinosaurs||Field Tools|
|Soils||Traits||Utah's Fossil Past|
|Parasites||Plants||Rocks and Minerals|
*These boxes are available to check out for free and can be reserved for a two-week period. Information about the individual contents of the toolboxes can be found at the bottom of this page.
Not near the Museum? Reserve a Toolbox from your District Office instead! Click Here for a Listing of Off-Site Locations!
Questions? Please email us or call: 801.587.3536
Teaching Toolbox Reservation Process
- Submit your Teaching Toolbox Request at the link above.
- You will receive an email confirmation of your request from the Museum.
- Once confirmed, you will pick-up your Teaching Toolbox during your designated reservation period at the Rio Tinto Center. Directions to the Rio Tinto Center.
- Toolboxes are available for pick-up and drop-off Saturday - Tuesday from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm.