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Students will investigate the varied and complex ways that local animals live in our environment throughout the four seasons. Through hands-on / minds-on exploration and shelter building, students will understand what it takes for animals to make a home in Boston. Additionally, students will make comparisons between the found homes of insects and the built homes of birds, bees, and even humans. This program is offered year-round!

Field trips are 2 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and are held outdoors. Schools are welcome to extend the field trip with an outdoor picnic lunch/snack and a visit to the nature play area. School groups are divided into groups of 15 students with 1 Teacher Naturalist.

Field Trip prices are a sliding scale:

First Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $120
  • Tier 2 $150
  • Tier 3 $180

Each Additional Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $90
  • Tier 2 $120
  • Tier 3 $150

Tier 1

  • 50% or more students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 2

  • 20% to 50% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 3

  • Less than 20% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Program Location(s):

Boston Nature Center, Mattapan
Your school or other location

Grades:

K, 1, 2

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • Field Trip Fees are based on a Sliding Scale (see above). 10% Discount for a Series of programs (3 or more). 20% Discount for non-concurrent programs done on the same day, in the same location. Additional fee for off-site locations: Tier 1 - $50 / Tier 2 - $75 / Tier 3 - $100

Curriculum Frameworks:

K-ESS2-2 - Earth's Systems - organisms change env.
1-LS1-1 - From Molecules to Organisms--Structures and Processes - function of plant/animal body parts
2-LS4-1 - Biological Evolution--Unity and Diversity - observe/compare living things diff. env.

Students will learn how birds have adapted to survive in their habitat through pictures, models, and observing birds in nature. Following a group discussion about adaptations, small groups will explore meadow, forest and wetland habitats while looking and listening for birds. In each habitat, students will be asked to notice what birds look like (physical adaptations) and what they are doing (behavioral adaptations). Following a guided field experience, students will create bird artwork that displays what they have learned. This program is offered year-round!

Field trips are 2 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and are held outdoors. Schools are welcome to extend the field trip with an outdoor picnic lunch/snack and a visit to the nature play area. School groups are divided into groups of 15 students with 1 Teacher Naturalist.

Field Trip prices are a sliding scale:

First Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $120
  • Tier 2 $150
  • Tier 3 $180

Each Additional Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $90
  • Tier 2 $120
  • Tier 3 $150

Tier 1

  • 50% or more students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 2

  • 20% to 50% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 3

  • Less than 20% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Program Location(s):

Boston Nature Center, Mattapan
Your school or other location

Grades:

3, 4, 5

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • Field Trip Fees are based on a Sliding Scale (see above). 10% Discount for a Series of programs (3 or more). 20% Discount for non-concurrent programs done on the same day, in the same location. Additional fee for off-site locations: Tier 1 - $50 / Tier 2 - $75 / Tier 3 - $100

Curriculum Frameworks:

3-LS4-2 - Biological Evolution--Unity and Diversity - individual variation relates to survival
4-LS1-1 - From Molecules to Organisms--Structures and Processes - animal/plant, internal/external structures

Students will compare and collect different types of leaves on a fall walk through the woods. While describing and classifying leaves based on structure, color, and other properties, students will learn about common trees in New England, how trees use light to grow, and how they adapt to winter. Through hands-on activities and experiments students will study the relationship between fall colors and the changing seasons. This program is only offered in the Fall.

Field trips are 2 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and are held outdoors. Schools are welcome to extend the field trip with an outdoor picnic lunch/snack and a visit to the nature play area. School groups are divided into groups of 15 students with 1 Teacher Naturalist.

Field Trip prices are a sliding scale:

First Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $120
  • Tier 2 $150
  • Tier 3 $180

Each Additional Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $90
  • Tier 2 $120
  • Tier 3 $150

Tier 1

  • 50% or more students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 2

  • 20% to 50% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 3

  • Less than 20% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Program Location(s):

Boston Nature Center, Mattapan
Your school or other location

Grades:

K, 1, 2

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • Field Trip Fees are based on a Sliding Scale (see above). 10% Discount for a Series of programs (3 or more). 20% Discount for non-concurrent programs done on the same day, in the same location. Additional fee for off-site locations: Tier 1 - $50 / Tier 2 - $75 / Tier 3 - $100

Curriculum Frameworks:

PreK-ESS2-6 (MA) - Earth's Systems - examples of weather impact on organisms
K-LS1-1 - From Molecules to Organisms--Structures and Processes - where animals and plants get food
1-ESS1-2 - Earth's Place in the Universe - id relationships among seasonal patterns
2-LS2-3 (MA) - Ecosystems--Interactions, Energy, and Dynamics - how plant/animals depend on surroundings

In this program, students will explore the characteristics of forest and meadow ecosystems that are present at the Boston Nature Center. Students will visit a forest and a meadow to observe, collect, and study organisms in their natural environment in order to understand how these ecosystems function as well as to compare and contrast the characteristics of forest and meadow ecosystems. They will discover how the parts of an ecosystem are interconnected and will discuss the importance of each part including producers, consumers, decomposers, and nonliving parts. This program is offered year-round!

Field trips are 2 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and are held outdoors. Schools are welcome to extend the field trip with an outdoor picnic lunch/snack and a visit to the nature play area. School groups are divided into groups of 15 students with 1 Teacher Naturalist.

Field Trip prices are a sliding scale:

First Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $120
  • Tier 2 $150
  • Tier 3 $180

Each Additional Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $90
  • Tier 2 $120
  • Tier 3 $150

Tier 1

  • 50% or more students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 2

  • 20% to 50% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 3

  • Less than 20% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Program Location(s):

Boston Nature Center, Mattapan
Your school or other location

Grades:

3, 4, 5

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • Field Trip Fees are based on a Sliding Scale (see above). 10% Discount for a Series of programs (3 or more). 20% Discount for non-concurrent programs done on the same day, in the same location. Additional fee for off-site locations: Tier 1 - $50 / Tier 2 - $75 / Tier 3 - $100

Curriculum Frameworks:

3-LS4-3 - Biological Evolution--Unity and Diversity - env. constraints on organisms survival
5-LS2-1 - Ecosystems--Interactions, Energy, and Dynamics - movement of matter through food web

Using hand lenses, sweep nets, and magnifier boxes, students will explore local habitats to find insects and other invertebrates that live there. They will learn to identify the many segments of insects' bodies and the function of each part. Students will learn what all insects need to survive and discover through hands-on investigation how they meet those needs. This program is NOT offered in November, December, January, February, or March.

Field trips are 2 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and are held outdoors. Schools are welcome to extend the field trip with an outdoor picnic lunch/snack and a visit to the nature play area. School groups are divided into groups of 15 students with 1 Environmental Educator.

Field Trip prices are a sliding scale:

First Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $120
  • Tier 2 $150
  • Tier 3 $180

Each Additional Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $90
  • Tier 2 $120
  • Tier 3 $150

Tier 1

  • 50% or more students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 2

  • 20% to 50% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 3

  • Less than 20% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Program Location(s):

Boston Nature Center, Mattapan
Your school or other location

Grades:

K, 1, 2

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • Sliding Scale (see above) 10% Discount for a Series of programs (3 or more). 20% Discount for non-concurrent programs done on the same day, in the same location. Additional fee for off-site locations: Tier 1 - $50 / Tier 2 - $75 / Tier 3 - $100

Curriculum Frameworks:

K-LS1-1 - From Molecules to Organisms--Structures and Processes - where animals and plants get food
1-LS1-1 - From Molecules to Organisms--Structures and Processes - function of plant/animal body parts
1-LS3-1 - Heredity--Inheritance and Variation of Traits - sim./diff. among indiv. plant/animal
2-LS2-3 (MA) - Ecosystems--Interactions, Energy, and Dynamics - how plant/animals depend on surroundings

Students will discuss the life cycle of insects, including birth, growth, reproduction, and death, through hands-on activities and habitat investigation. They will utilize hand lenses, sweep nets, and magnifier boxes to explore a meadow, collect samples, and investigate insects and their life cycles. Through outdoor, hands-on activities, students will explore the functions of insects in an ecosystem, how the physical structures of an insect benefit their survival, and how their life cycles allow them to survive in specific ecosystems. This program is NOT offered in November, December, January, February, or March.

Field trips are 2 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and are held outdoors. Schools are welcome to extend the field trip with an outdoor picnic lunch/snack and a visit to the nature play area. School groups are divided into groups of 15 students with 1 Teacher Naturalist.

Field Trip prices are a sliding scale:

First Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $120
  • Tier 2 $150
  • Tier 3 $180

Each Additional Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $90
  • Tier 2 $120
  • Tier 3 $150

Tier 1

  • 50% or more students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 2

  • 20% to 50% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 3

  • Less than 20% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Schools are welcome to extend the field trip with an outdoor picnic lunch/snack and a visit to the nature play area. Also, for an additional fee of $3 per student the guided portion can be extended with an extra hour of team building and games.

Program Location(s):

Boston Nature Center, Mattapan
Your school or other location

Grades:

3, 4, 5

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • Reduced rate of $6.00 is available for Boston Public Schools or for schools who serve 50% or more students in need.

Curriculum Frameworks:

3-LS1-1 - From Molecules to Organisms--Structures and Processes - life cycles
4-LS1-1 - From Molecules to Organisms--Structures and Processes - animal/plant, internal/external structures
5-LS2-1 - Ecosystems--Interactions, Energy, and Dynamics - movement of matter through food web

Have you ever wondered how maple syrup is made from maple trees? Visit the Boston Nature Center's maple sugaring operation during this magical time as winter turns to spring and learn all about maple sugaring! Experience first-hand how trees make sap and the process needed to create syrup! Participants will learn how to tap a maple tree; learn how tree functions change through the seasons; observe tools used by Native Americans, Colonial farmers, and today's workers; and savor the different tastes of maple sap and syrup! This program is only offered in February and March.

Field trips are 2 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and are held outdoors. Schools are welcome to extend the field trip with an outdoor picnic lunch/snack and a visit to the nature play area. School groups are divided into groups of 15 students with 1 Teacher Naturalist.

Field Trip prices are a sliding scale:

First Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $120
  • Tier 2 $150
  • Tier 3 $180

Each Additional Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $90
  • Tier 2 $120
  • Tier 3 $150

Tier 1

  • 50% or more students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 2

  • 20% to 50% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 3

  • Less than 20% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Program Location(s):

Boston Nature Center, Mattapan
Your school or other location

Grades:

K, 1, 2

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • Field Trip Fees are based on a Sliding Scale (see above). 10% Discount for a Series of programs (3 or more). 20% Discount for non-concurrent programs done on the same day, in the same location. Additional fee for off-site locations: Tier 1 - $50 / Tier 2 - $75 / Tier 3 - $100

Students will learn about the dynamic relationships between predator and prey animals. They will discover how these relationships change from habitat to habitat and how animal structures, such as legs, wings, feathers, claws, etc., help them hunt or survive. Through hands-on investigations of nature artifacts and interactions with live animals, students will explore adaptations that help animals hunt, survive, and reproduce. This program is offered year-round!

Field trips are 2 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and are held outdoors. Schools are welcome to extend the field trip with an outdoor picnic lunch/snack and a visit to the nature play area. School groups are divided into groups of 15 students with 1 Teacher Naturalist.

Field Trip prices are a sliding scale:

First Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $120
  • Tier 2 $150
  • Tier 3 $180

Each Additional Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $90
  • Tier 2 $120
  • Tier 3 $150

Tier 1

  • 50% or more students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 2

  • 20% to 50% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 3

  • Less than 20% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Program Location(s):

Boston Nature Center, Mattapan
Your school or other location

Grades:

3, 4, 5

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • Field Trip Fees are based on a Sliding Scale (see above). 10% Discount for a Series of programs (3 or more). 20% Discount for non-concurrent programs done on the same day, in the same location. Additional fee for off-site locations: Tier 1 - $50 / Tier 2 - $75 / Tier 3 - $100

Curriculum Frameworks:

3-LS4-2 - Biological Evolution--Unity and Diversity - individual variation relates to survival
4-LS1-1 - From Molecules to Organisms--Structures and Processes - animal/plant, internal/external structures
5-LS2-1 - Ecosystems--Interactions, Energy, and Dynamics - movement of matter through food web

Soil is an essential factor in the growth of all plants. It provides stabilization and structure for roots as well as all the essential nutrients for a plant to grow. In this program, students will explore the wonderful world of soil and discover how important soil is for the growth of plants. Students will discuss what soil is, what plants need to grow, and how plants grow from a seed into a mature plant. They will participate in outdoor, hands-on activities investigating soil to determine what it is made of, exploring ecosystems to discover what plants require to grow, and learning how nutrients in soil benefit the growth of plants. This program is offered year-round!

Field trips are 2 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and are held outdoors. Schools are welcome to extend the field trip with an outdoor picnic lunch/snack and a visit to the nature play area. School groups are divided into groups of 15 students with 1 Teacher Naturalist.

Field Trip prices are a sliding scale:

First Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $120
  • Tier 2 $150
  • Tier 3 $180

Each Additional Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $90
  • Tier 2 $120
  • Tier 3 $150

Tier 1

  • 50% or more students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 2

  • 20% to 50% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 3

  • Less than 20% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Program Location(s):

Boston Nature Center, Mattapan
Your school or other location

Grades:

K, 1, 2

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • Field Trip Fees are based on a Sliding Scale (see above). 10% Discount for a Series of programs (3 or more). 20% Discount for non-concurrent programs done on the same day, in the same location. Additional fee for off-site locations: Tier 1 - $50 / Tier 2 - $75 / Tier 3 - $100

Curriculum Frameworks:

K-LS1-1 - From Molecules to Organisms--Structures and Processes - where animals and plants get food
1-ESS1-2 - Earth's Place in the Universe - id relationships among seasonal patterns

Students will learn about the different body parts of birds and how they use them to survive. Students will go on a wing walk through the meadow and around the wetland to learn about the birds found in Boston while learning about the benefits of feathers and wings for birds. During a guided observation experience, students will draw the bird beaks found on birds at the feeder station. In an interactive experience, students will experiment with design and materials as they build their own large bird nests using natural materials. This program is offered year-round!

Field trips are 2 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and are held outdoors. Schools are welcome to extend the field trip with an outdoor picnic lunch/snack and a visit to the nature play area. School groups are divided into groups of 15 students with 1 Teacher Naturalist.

Field Trip prices are a sliding scale:

First Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $120
  • Tier 2 $150
  • Tier 3 $180

Each Additional Group of 15 Students:

  • Tier 1 $90
  • Tier 2 $120
  • Tier 3 $150

Tier 1

  • 50% or more students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 2

  • 20% to 50% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Tier 3

  • Less than 20% of students are Economically Disadvantaged Students as reported on recent DESE School Report Cards.

Program Location(s):

Boston Nature Center, Mattapan
Your school or other location

Grades:

K, 1, 2

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • Field Trip Fees are based on a Sliding Scale (see above). 10% Discount for a Series of programs (3 or more). 20% Discount for non-concurrent programs done on the same day, in the same location. Additional fee for off-site locations: Tier 1 - $50 / Tier 2 - $75 / Tier 3 - $100

Curriculum Frameworks:

K-ESS2-2 - Earth's Systems - organisms change env.
1-LS1-1 - From Molecules to Organisms--Structures and Processes - function of plant/animal body parts

Students will discuss and observer the various ways animals use movement to survive the challenges they face in the environment. To deepen their understanding, Students will engage with scientific text utilizing active reading.

Virtual Field trips are 1 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and include animal encounters or close up looks at natural artifacts.

 

Program Location(s):

Online

Grades:

4, 5, 6

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • $125 for up to 3 classrooms at a time.

    Reduced rate of $75.00 is available for Boston Public Schools or for schools who serve 50% or more students in need.

Students will discuss and observer the various ways animals use movement to survive the challenges they face in the environment. To deepen their understanding, Students will engage with scientific text utilizing active reading.

Virtual Field trips are 1 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and include animal encounters or close up looks at natural artifacts.

 

Program Location(s):

Online

Grades:

K, 1, 2, 3

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • $125 for up to 3 classrooms at a time.

    Reduced rate of $75.00 is available for Boston Public Schools or for schools who serve 50% or more students in need.

Students will learn how bird beaks are adapted to survive in their habitat through pictures, models, and observing birds in the wild. Students will make predictions or pose questions by observing differences in beaks and in bird calls. 

Virtual Field trips are 1 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and include animal encounters or close up looks at natural artifacts.

 

Program Location(s):

Online

Grades:

4, 5, 6

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • $125 for up to 3 classrooms at a time.

    Reduced rate of $75.00 is available for Boston Public Schools or for schools who serve 50% or more students in need.

Students will learn how bird beaks are adapted to survive in their habitat through pictures, models, and observing birds in the wild. Students will make predictions or pose questions by observing differences in beaks and in bird calls. 

Virtual Field trips are 1 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and include animal encounters or close up looks at natural artifacts.

 

Program Location(s):

Boston Nature Center, Mattapan
Your school or other location
Online

Grades:

K, 1, 2, 3

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • $125 for up to 3 classrooms at a time.

    Reduced rate of $75.00 is available for Boston Public Schools or for schools who serve 50% or more students in need.

Curriculum Frameworks:

K-LS1-1 - From Molecules to Organisms--Structures and Processes - where animals and plants get food
1-LS1-1 - From Molecules to Organisms--Structures and Processes - function of plant/animal body parts
1-LS1-2 - From Molecules to Organisms--Structures and Processes - animal behavior effects survival

Students will learn about the different body parts of birds and how they use them to survive. During a guided observation experience, students will study structures of feathers and wings, discover the benefits of each. Students will discuss the difference between evidence and opinion by studying different structures of birds.

Virtual Field trips are 1 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and include animal encounters or close up looks at natural artifacts.

 

Program Location(s):

Boston Nature Center, Mattapan
Your school or other location
Online

Grades:

4, 5, 6

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • $125 for up to 3 classrooms at a time.

    Reduced rate of $75.00 is available for Boston Public Schools or for schools who serve 50% or more students in need.

Students will learn about the different body parts of birds and how they use them to survive. During a guided observation experience, students will study structures of feathers and wings, discover the benefits of each. Students will discuss the difference between evidence and opinion by studying different structures of birds.

Virtual Field trips are 1 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and include animal encounters or close up looks at natural artifacts.

 

Program Location(s):

Boston Nature Center, Mattapan
Your school or other location
Online

Grades:

K, 1, 2, 3

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • $125 for up to 3 classrooms at a time.

    Reduced rate of $75.00 is available for Boston Public Schools or for schools who serve 50% or more students in need.

Students will learn about the organisms found in fresh water and what they indicate about the health of the ecosystem. Students will practice using a dichotomous key.

Virtual Field trips are 1 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and include animal encounters or close up looks at natural artifacts.

 

Program Location(s):

Online

Grades:

4, 5, 6

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • $125 for up to 3 classrooms at a time.

    Reduced rate of $75.00 is available for Boston Public Schools or for schools who serve 50% or more students in need.

Students will learn about the organisms found in fresh water and what they indicate about the health of the ecosystem. Students will practice using a dichotomous key.

Virtual Field trips are 1 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and include animal encounters or close up looks at natural artifacts.

 

Program Location(s):

Online

Grades:

K, 1, 2, 3

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • $125 for up to 3 classrooms at a time.

    Reduced rate of $75.00 is available for Boston Public Schools or for schools who serve 50% or more students in need.

Students will practice scientific observation skills by studying different structures of insects. They will then use critical thinking skills to categorize groups of invertebrates by features and adaptations.

Virtual Field trips are 1 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and include animal encounters or close up looks at natural artifacts.

 

Program Location(s):

Online

Grades:

4, 5, 6

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • $125 for up to 3 classrooms at a time.

    Reduced rate of $75.00 is available for Boston Public Schools or for schools who serve 50% or more students in need.

Students will practice scientific observation skills by studying different structures of insects. They will then use critical thinking skills to categorize groups of invertebrates by features and adaptations.

Virtual Field trips are 1 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and include animal encounters or close up looks at natural artifacts.

Program Location(s):

Online

Grades:

K, 1, 2, 3

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • $125 for up to 3 classrooms at a time.

    Reduced rate of $75.00 is available for Boston Public Schools or for schools who serve 50% or more students in need.

Students will observe light and shadow and develop a model of the sun, moon and the earth. Students will discuss how light impacts local wildlife and will learn how to use models.

Virtual Field trips are 1 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and include animal encounters or close up looks at natural artifacts.

Program Location(s):

Online

Grades:

4, 5, 6

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • $125 for up to 3 classrooms at a time.

    Reduced rate of $75.00 is available for Boston Public Schools or for schools who serve 50% or more students in need.

Students will observe light and shadow and develop a model of the sun, moon and the earth. Students will discuss how light impacts local wildlife and will learn how to use models.

Virtual Field trips are 1 hour guided programs led by Teacher Naturalists and include animal encounters or close up looks at natural artifacts.

Program Location(s):

Online

Grades:

K, 1, 2, 3

Price:

  • Children - $ 8.00
  • Adults - $ 0.00
  • $125 for up to 3 classrooms at a time.

    Reduced rate of $75.00 is available for Boston Public Schools or for schools who serve 50% or more students in need.