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Field Trip Guide

Help Your Chaperones Meet Your Goals!

Start here to create an editable and printable document that outlines your field trip itinerary, learning goals, student questions, etc.

Offerings

a. Below, filter Museum offerings by grade level and learning goal.

b. Select up to 4 offerings to add to your field trip guide. Your selections will be shown on the right.

c. Click the "Get Your Guide" button.

In Your Guide

Step 1: Offerings

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74 Results

The following activity sheets match one or more of your selections.

  • What's Up In Space: Presentation

    What's Up In Space: Presentation

    Discover the latest advances and innovations in robotic and human exploration of the solar system.

    • Recommended for Grades Pre-K - 12
    • Gordon Current Science & Technology Center

    Starting Points

    • What's the latest news about rocket technology?
    • Where would you visit in the solar system?
  • Wicked Smart: Invented in the Hub

    Wicked Smart: Invented in the Hub

    Get a sneak peek into how exhibits are made and help the Museum of Science refine exhibits by testing the newest ideas before they are in their final form! This space outlines our exhibit design process in which creators- similar to engineers- plan, create, test and improve our exhibits multiple times before they are finished. Students and chaperones are invited to share feedback on featured prototypes through a quick, self guided online survey done back at school or via smartphone.

    • Recommended for Grades K - 12
    • Blue Wing, Level 1

    Starting Points

    • What does it take to build an exhibit?
    • How does an exhibit catch your attention?
  • Yawkey Gallery on the Charles River

    Yawkey Gallery on the Charles River

    Explore the connections between engineering and nature on the Charles River. Humans make engineering decisions that change the river's flow and landscape to meet our needs. When developing these solutions, we need to account for the naturally changing river system and consider the impact on animals and plants that share this environment.

    • Recommended for Grades K - 12
    • Lower Lobby

    Starting Points

    • What can you observe about the Charles River that is manmade? What can you observe that is natural?
  • Zoom in on Health: Presentation

    Zoom in on Health: Presentation

    Learn about the latest in human biology and health science news ranging from communicable diseases, to brain development and changes, to cutting-edge medical diagnoses and treatments.

    • Recommended for Grades 6 - 12
    • Blue Wing, Level 1

    Starting Points

    • What's the latest news about medical research?

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