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SPRING FIELD TRIP

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
April 20, 2006

 

 

On Thursday, April 20, 2006, the kindergarten classes boarded buses and headed to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History for our spring field trip.

While at the museum, the kids and chaperones had fun visiting the planetarium and learning about the first men to step foot on the moon.

 

Man on
the moon

Then, the kids and chaperones were able to break off into groups and explore the museum on their own! They sure found many interesting things to see and do at the museum!!

 

We chose to explore with blocks.

We wanted to sail the boats!

Digging for dinosaur fossils was our choice!

We tried digging for dinosaur fossils also!

 This water squirting "thingy" is fun!

 We stepped in dinosaur footprints!

 

As you can tell from the pictures, the kids were able to participate in a variety of hands on science activities ranging in everything from magnetism, building towers with various materials, examining dinosaur fossils, and playing in the many kid friendly areas the museum has to offer such as Kids Space. Here the kids got to paint their own faces and even get some shopping done!!

 

We even painted our own faces!

Look at mine!!

Shopping at  Kids Space was fun!

Look how full my basket is!

 

Another popular activity was "blowing bubbles."

 

Look at my BIG BUBBLE!!

Mine is big too!

 

Some other fun choices are as follows:

Look what I caught!

Is anybody home?

Check out our pyramid!

Look at the towers!

 

We had many photo ops during our stay!

 

Everybody say CHEESE!

CHEESE!

 

 

The kids had a great time exploring the museum, and I wanted to send a special thank you to all of our chaperones who attended our trip. Once again, I could not have done it without all of you!!!

 

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