Bring your students to the Museum for fun and learning that will connect students with the natural world and address science standards.
View the Spring Field Trip Brochure 2016.
During activities based on the Next Generation Science Standards, students will…
- Visit our NEW exhibit on phenology, or the timing of seasonal events.
- Get outside and explore nature.
- Do age-appropriate activities and crafts that reinforce important concepts.
- Play in the Curiosity Center.
- Experience spring events.
- Learn why the seasons change.
- Make phenological observations to add to a national database.
- Discover the patterns of life cycles and weather through the year.
Recent change: The cost has been reduced from $3.00/student, $45 minimum to $2.00/student with a $30 minimum.
No charge for teachers or chaperones.
Program length: 2 hours.
Fall Field Trips:
A wide variety of outdoor and indoor activities on a wide variety of topics can be designed to suit your interest or needs.
Winter Field Trips:
Experience the winter woods on snowshoes! The Museum has enough snowshoes to outfit about 50 students and adults. Nearby trails offer wonderful opportunities to learn about animal adaptations to winter, tracking, winter ecology, snow science, and so much more! The experience can be designed to suit your interest or needs. Indoor components and exhibit tours are also available.
For more information and to schedule your experience, contact:
Emily Stone, Naturalist/Education Director
Phone: 715.798.3890; Fax: 715.798.3828