Field trip programs

No matter what your schoolyard looks like, it is a unique ecosystem where plants and animals interact with each other and their environment. In this field trip, students explore the school grounds, practicing the skills of observation, data collection and analysis to increase their understanding of the interdependence of living things and earth’s systems in the schoolyard web of life.

All field trips address the Massachusetts Curriculum Standards for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (S.T.E.M.) which are provided for each field trip below.

Group numbers will be determined by the current CDC guidelines at the time of the program. Our goal is to accommodate one class.

New! Plants and Animals in the Schoolyard |

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Students will explore the diversity of life on their school grounds by observing, collecting and recording data.

 

New! The Schoolyard is an Ecosystem! | ,

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No matter what your schoolyard looks like, it is a unique ecosystem where plants and animals interact with each other and their environment.

 
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