Field Trips: Inquiry-Based Classroom Programs

Program Types:

Shaggy, Scratchy, Spiky, Smooth (grades Pre-K)

Students will use their sense of touch to relate the tactile experience of texture to discover nature and animal body...

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Staying Alive (grades K-1)

Students will use their senses and science tools to group animals according to their features and basic needs.

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Bee-cause We Need Pollinators (grade 2nd)

Students will examine the sequence of life cycles and discover the important role of pollinators.

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Georgia State of Mind (grades 3rd-4th)

Students will discover the similarities and differences in the regions of Georgia, the flow of energy, and roles of organisms....

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Who is my family? (grade 5th)

Students will explore animal adaptations and taxonomy through the sorting, gathering of information, and the development of their own dichotomous...

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Wet & Wild (grade 6th)

Students will explore how animals develop adaptations to adjust to changes in the climate, such as the ways changes in...

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Journey through Georgia (grades 7– 8th)

Students will explore Georgia’s natural wonders.

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Living Lab (grades 9-12th)

Students will learn the research basics through hands-on, minds-on experience and explore the research conducted by Zoo Atlanta.

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