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A new innovation in educational field trips, provides a platform for students to get up close and personal with some of the world's endangered species. Welcome to Wild@Heart, a series of unique educational field trips expertly designed to expand young minds beyond the classroom and into a world of endangered animals, native communities and wild habitats. By contributing scientific,...
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The Frontier Muster and Trade Faire will celebrate the end of a long, harsh winter and the renewal of hope that comes with the arrival of spring on the Southwestern Virginia frontier in 1775. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn about and observe the skills that were necessary for day-to-day survival in the last half of the 18th century on the frontier. The spinning and weaving of wool,...
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Tail Trekkers are not your typical dog walkers. We specialize in 1-3 hour dog walks to a variety of places including The Fells, Castle Island, The Mystic & Charles rivers, and Fresh Pond. Our mission is to give dogs as full a life as we give ourselves. We don't just focus on exercise. We also...
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The oldest & most trusted tour operator- Group Tour packages, School Field trips in St Augustine, Ghost Tours, Food Tours, Tasting Tours. All the BEST things to do! As Saint Augustine's original receptive tour operator, our team of destination specialists will take care of all your needs:...
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Welcome to the most comprehensive and up-to-date listing of curriculum-linked field trips available to teachers! The website contains a searchable listing of more than 500 individual programs offered by over 100 organizations in the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley and across British Columbia. It...
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Directory of curriculum-based educational class trips and school field trips for elementary school, middle school, high school, and homeschool groups. The diverse world of plants is perhaps the weirdest, and most fascinating, of all living things. Bamboo can grow over three feet in one day (you can literally watch it grow). The world’s largest flower, Rafflesia, can grow up to three feet in...
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"I teach grades K-3 Science, Social Studies, Government, Geography, and Economics. I have found Virtual Field Trips videos a valuable piece in many areas. I use an interactive white board on a daily basis and have been able to link the videos into the flip charts making access to them very easy during the lesson. I look forward to more of these quality videos." Scott, Exploration Teacher,...
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Learn from everything. Go on a Field Trip. Do fun and educational projects. Become a Master Explorer! Children learn best when they are fully engaged and having fun. Explorer Field Trips builds field trip kits that are both educational and fun! The kits cover Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies all in one neat package. The projects are designed to provide a rich learning...
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Home page for John Muir Laws, artist, naturalist, author, and educator. Visit to learn about, classes and programs, drawing tutorials, books, stewardship and nature. Free nature journaling workshops and field trips every month? Yep! Grab your sketchbook and join monthly nature journaling workshops and field trips throughout the Bay Area. Activities include field trips and a related technique...
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Let's homeschool offers curriculum reviews, articles, and homeschooling activities. Free homeschool worksheets & resources including statistics,. About homeschooling: Homeschooling is the name commonly used for any time of home education that is substituted, with your state’s approval, for public or private compulsory schooling. This article discusses the background and history of...
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You and your family enjoy the pick of the season’s best-tasting, most nutritious produce, grown just a few miles from your home. With Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) at Great Country Farms, you choose how to receive your weekly share: farm pick-up, community group site, or home delivery. Our program includes more fruit than any other Northern VA CSA, and weekly u-pick items valued over...
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Oyster Bay is said to have some of the healthiest waters in the Long Island Sound; they are classified SA - signifying the highest and best water quality. Home of the famous "Pine Island" oysters, farmed since l887 by Frank M. Flower and Sons, our waters produce up to 90 percent of the oysters and up to 40 percent of the hard clams harvested in all of New York State. This area of the waterfront...
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We are a group of amateur and professional botanists who share an interest in the plants and habitats of Connecticut and the surrounding region. The society was founded in 1903. Our goals are to increase knowledge of the state's flora, to accumulate a permanent botanical record, and to promote conservation and public awareness of the state's rich natural heritage. We created the Connecticut...
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Homeschool Co-Op in Crossville, Tennessee; classes, field trips, fellowship. Details concerning Spring and Fall Semesters of Friday Co-Op Program, including LINK to apply for Membership, are posted on the "Co-Op Class Schedule" tab above. Other fellowship and field trip opportunities are also posted regularly to the "Upcoming Events" tab above - check back often! We are a non-denominational...
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And does anybody remember last March, when The Blower said Catholic parents of students attending St. Ursula Villa should be very concerned about an upcoming field trip for six grade students to the Cincinnati Islamic Center. That particular field trip had been taking place for a number of years and was supposedly part of the Villa students’ study of world religions. If the trip is about the...
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The Carolina Bird Club, Inc., is a non-profit educational and scientific association open to anyone interested in the study and conservation of wildlife, particularly birds. The Club meets each winter, spring, and fall at different locations in the Carolinas. Meeting sites are selected to give participants an opportunity to see many different kinds of birds. Guided field trips and informative...
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Dream Catchers has helped me a lot. In third grade I used to get F’s and now I get A’s and B’s. They have also supported me in many things such as school, self esteem, personality and courage for trying new things. It is cool to because we do many things like have field trips and visit different people and also learn interesting facts. Plus we have mentors which helps a lot like with reading,...
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An Association of Amateur Geologists and Fossil Collectors. To support the study of paleontology. Members of the Dry Dredgers are individuals of all ages, backgrounds, and levels of expertise, sharing a common and sincere interest in fossils. Average yearly membership is about 200 families. Meetings are held generally at 8 p.m. on the fourth Friday of every month from September to June. At...
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Natchaug Ornithological Society meets monthly in Storrs CT. Meetings provide members the opportunity to attend interesting presentations from guest speakers and to exchange information and ideas about birds and related topics. A newsletter is published monthly and activities include field trips and census taking during May, June, and Christmas counts. CT records, checklists, sighting forms,...
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We meet each month from September to May, usually on a Saturday morning. Programs explore topics tailored to Western Washington growers, such as grafting, pruning, pest control, recommended varieties, nurseries, suppliers, home wine and cider making, and more. STFS members receive both The Urban Scion Post, our monthly newsletter, and The BeeLine, an on-line quarterly from Western Cascade Fruit...
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