Here are some current field trip topics to choose from.
Additional field trip topics can be developed to accommodate current classroom curriculum.
MAGNIFICENT MATTER: THE MATTER NEVER STOPS
Introduction to the three classic states of matter and their six transitions. This is a hands on, quick moving class taking current states of matter and transitioning them into a new state right in front of the student’s very eyes. Learn more.
EVERY DAY INVENTIONS
Sometimes inventions work, and sometimes they don’t. Students will learn about interesting inventions we use every day and how they came to be. Learn more.
LIGHT, SOUND AND A SPLASH OF EDISON
This class introduces students to basic concepts in light and sound. With hands-on, interactive labs students will learn about white light, the light spectrum, sound waves, and how light and sound move. Learn more.
SPECTACULAR SCIENCE 101
When you want to know a little about a lot! There are so many topics to choose from, so don’t! A fun assortment and basic introduction to a wide range of science concepts with hands-on labs to excite young learners. Learn more.
I SEE THE LIGHT: THE STORY OF OPTICS
Welcome to optics, a branch of physics that deals with the behaviors of light. Light can do many things, from illuminating our homes, to making us see things that aren’t really there! Learn more.
ACIDS AND BASES
Introduction to the pH scale and how it is used in the world of science. Students will create their own organic plant based flavonoid indicator to use during lab tests they will perform in class. Learn more.
EXICITING ELECTRIFYING ELECTRONS
Electrons, atoms, circuits, parallel, series, and electromagnetic are just a few of the terms students will hear in this fast paced two and one-half hour lab. Learn more.
THAT'S SIR ISAAC NEWTON TO YOU
Sir Isaac Newton was known for his three laws of motion and his theory on light. Students will be in constant motion as they explore everything from force to friction (and some gravity too) with our hands-on, interactive labs! Learn more.
MAGNETS AND MORE
Just because you can’t see something, doesn’t mean is isn’t there. Students will be introduced to atoms and electromagnetism and learn why we need north and south poles and why opposites attract. Learn more.
AN INTRODUCTION TO SIMPLE MACHINES
A simple machine is a mechanical device that simply changes the direction or magnitude of a force: Work Smarter. Not harder! Learn more.