The D&D Exhibit comes with a number of important support resources that can help make the exhibit more successful, more valuable to the local K12 community, and help promote the exhibit and offset costs.
45 minute docent tour script (6,700 words, plus FAQs). It has been our experience that guided tours dramatically increase visitor experience. No matter how logical an exhibit is laid out, docents can bring out highlights almost certain to be missed and bring the exhibit to life with historical anecdotes about the people and events covered. Click on image or click here to see online flipbook.
50-page, customizable, full color guide. Provided as a pdf, host museums are free to print copies or post the pdf on their websites as an exhibit resource. Click on image or click here to see online flipbook.
They cost $8 each to print as a high quality magazine (through Magcloud) and make great VIP/board handouts on opening night. D&D can help customize the covers to feature major donors or sponsors. The example above had the cover customized for MOSH.
K12 lesson plan. Lesson plans for middle school (grades 3 – 6) have been prepared based on the Hungry Birds game. D&D makes an iPad version of the game available for free so teachers can use the game in their classrooms for follow-up lessons and more hands-on experience
Click on image or click here for Middle School Grades 3 – 6 Lesson Plan
Promotional materials. D&D provides digital images, fonts, PR materials, etc., to new hosts to help promote the exhibit.
The exhibit can be supplemented in a number of ways including:
- Kid’s dinosaur dig
- Additional dinosaurs
- Additional touchscreens
- Giant touchscreen game wall (12′ x 7′)