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Insect Safari

Grade 3 - 5

Student Program:
Field trip
Provided by: Mass Audubon's Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary

Students will learn how insects are classified when they sing our "Insect Song." After investigating the forest and field edges in search of insects, students will place each insect in the food chain. Students will enjoy a relay game while learning about different… Read on... »

Invisible Forces: Electricity and Magnetism

Grade 3 - 5, Grade 6 - 8

Student Program:
Field trip
Provided by: Ecotarium

What causes static electricity? What makes a magnet? How is lightning formed? Why do the lights go on and off with the flick of a switch? How is current electricity generated? Are magnetic and electrical forces related? Explore the answers to these questions and more… Read on... »

K-12 School Field Trips

Pre-K - 2, Grade 3 - 5, Grade 6 - 8, Grade 9 - 12

Student Program:
Field trip
Provided by: Northeastern University Center for STEM Education

Northeastern University is proud to offer Field Trip experiences for upper-elementary, middle school, and high school Boston Public School classes. Teachers interested in bringing their class(es) to Northeastern for a Friday STEM Field Trip event should email Daniel Sullivan at… Read on... »

Landforms of New England

Grade 6 - 8

Student Program:
Field trip
Provided by: Mass Audubon's Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary

Bring earth science to life for your students as they see first-hand how glaciers have marked the New England landscape of Moose Hill. Stand atop an esker while you imagine a river passing under ice. Climb to the summit to observe exposed bedrock, striations, and evidence of… Read on... »

LIfe in a Pond

Pre-K - 2, Grade 3 - 5, Grade 6 - 8

Student Program:
Field trip
Provided by: Hitchcock Center for the Environment

A pond has much more than frogs and fish. It demonstrates a beautiful web of life from algae and microscopic organisms to insect larvae and amphibians. We will use our limnology lab to practice techniques for observing small aquatic creatures and learning about their unique… Read on... »

Make to Move

Grade 6 - 8

Student Program:
Field trip
Provided by: MIT Museum

Find your inner engineer and artist while exploring the MIT Museum’s Gestural Engineering exhibit. Explore the functionality of gears, pulleys, linkages, and more, in order to build your own working kinetic sculpture. Read on... »

Mammal Adaptations

Pre-K - 2, Grade 3 - 5, Grade 6 - 8

Student Program:
Field trip
Provided by: Berkshire Museum

Compare and contrast different pelts, skulls, and teeth to determine how Berkshire mammals have adapted for survival. Using what they have learned through careful examination, students identify a mystery skull. Read on... »

Marine Food Chains

Grade 3 - 5, Grade 6 - 8

Student Program:
Field trip
Provided by: New Bedford Whaling Museum

The ocean is a busy place. Organisms of all sizes are eating and being eaten, thus transferring life-giving energy among all levels of the food pyramid. this program highlights marine food chains and webs, with special attention places on whales. Baleen, teeth, and other natural… Read on... »

Metamorphosis

Pre-K - 2, Grade 3 - 5, Grade 6 - 8

Student Program:
Field trip
Provided by: Berkshire Museum

Step into a world of butterflies in Berkshire Museum’s very own butterfly house! Don’t be fooled, these delicate-looking creatures are made to survive! What better way to understand the lifecycles and survival strategies of butterflies than to get up close and… Read on... »

Mountains and Valleys: The Geology of the Pioneer Valley

Pre-K - 2, Grade 3 - 5, Grade 6 - 8

Student Program:
Field trip
Provided by: Hitchcock Center for the Environment

Discover the stories in the stones around us! The Holyoke Range can tell us much about how the Earth’s crust is shaped. It is a geologically unique area, where we can find evidence of shifting tectonic plates, earthquakes, volcanoes, glaciers, and erosion, all in one… Read on... »