David J. Sencer CDC Museum:
In Association with the Smithsonian Institution
Are you an educator that needs more scientific activities for your students? Are you a student that enjoy science and want to learn more about it? The links below provide interactive learning opportunities for students and creatively gives a deeper look in the world of science. Learn about microbiology, infectious diseases or become a food detective and learn about different types of bacteria.
Student and Educator
American Museum of Natural History – Infection – Detection – Protection. This Web site will help you unravel the mystery!
BAM! Body and Mind: Designed for kids 9–13 years old, BAM! Body and Mind gives them the information they need to make healthy lifestyle choices.
Fight Back! – Kids, the Food Detectives need your help to fight an enemy...Bacteria! Play the games, listen to the songs and solve the cases to become a Food Detective!
KidsHealth for Kids – Calling all kids! Visit this Web site for awesome articles, fun features, and interactive activities.
MedMyst – Students of all ages are invited to play MedMyst, an interactive learning adventure. As you enter a futuristic world, you will help solve medical mysteries in infectious diseases.
Science Ambassadors: Science teachers from nationwide middle and high schools compete for the chance to collaborate with CDC scientists on epidemiologic-based lesson plans.
Stalking the Mysterious Microbe! – MicrobeWorld explores the world of microbes with vivid images and descriptions. Learn about microbiology, what microbiologists do, how they do it, and current topics in the news.