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Online Field Trips
Online Field Trips
You might not be able to visit the Museum in person, but that doesn't mean your class can't experience our awesome TEKS-based activities! In each program, your students will go hands-on with a project while being guided by one of our award-winning educators.
$50 + Kit
Receive an engaging, top-quality program with a custom intro recorded just for your class!
$75 + Kit
One of our award-winning educators will guide you through your activity via live video streaming! Class limit: 30 students.
Weathering, Erosion and Deposition
(3rd - 8th Grade)
During this program, your students will be challenged to develop an understanding of the Earth processes of weathering, erosion and deposition. Your students will develop a working definition for these processes as they use earth materials to investigate each process.
States of Matter
(K - 4th Grade)
In this program your students learn how and why things change from solid to liquid to gas and the properties of these states of matter. Students will develop a better sense of the physical world around them through this exploration of matter.
Chemistry in a Bag
(6th - 12th Grade)
In this program your students will learn about both physical and chemical changes and get to observe chemical reactions up close. They will get a chance to formulate a simple experiment with the materials provided, and form and test their own hypothesis.
Bird Beak Adaptations
(4th - 8th Grade)
Learn about animal adaptations in a hands-on way by looking at different birds, their food sources and their beaks. Your students will also get to examine some items from the Museum’s collection as they learn about the different ways birds have adapted to their environment.
Literacy-Based Programs (Early Childhood)
Please note that these programs are only available live.
In this program, participants will listen to a skunk story, learn more about skunks using taxidermy from the Museum’s teaching collection and create an art project related to skunks.
After reading a book about turtles, participants will learn more about these wonderful reptiles with specimens from the Museum’s teaching collection and create their own turtle artwork.
Participants will listen to a fun story about prairie dogs, learn about prairie dogs by observing specimens from the Museum’s teaching collection and create their own prairie dog project.
A hundred million years ago, dinosaurs roamed North Texas. Uncover what they were like and how scientists have figured it all out.
Learn about the diverse ecosystems found in Texas and how the animals that live there are well adapted to their habitats.
Explore how a kid from Fort Worth walked on the Moon and what tools astronauts today use to live and work in space.
Climate change is profoundly affecting the world around us. Explore how we know it's happening and what you can do to help.