Field trips are 1.5 hour programs that include a scavenger hunt and two hands-on activities. We offer a choice of activities to fit your class’s interests and needs. See your options below!
*Groups of less than 60 students can choose to have only one hands-on activity.
Where Texas History Began program
Field trip options for this program will engage your students with state history, from the tools & technologies of the earliest Texans, through life for the French colonists and Spanish settlers. Aligned with social studies TEKS. Scavenger hunts can cover the entire museum or a specific topic: French Explorers, Spanish Settlers, and Early Peoples.
Groups can choose one activity from each of the lists below!
We are currently offering 3 traveling trunks for rent: Uncovering the Past (archaeology and early peoples related), Texas Industries, and Texas Symbols.
Each trunk is $5 for a one week rental. The trunks include lesson plans, artifacts and artifact replicas, and flashcards.
Add our pinch pot activity supplies to any trunk rental for an additional .50cents per participant! The supplies will be prepared and ready for pick-up with the trunk.
Click here to download a coupon for a FREE trunk rental!
For more information or to book a trunk please contact Education Coordinator, Amanda Lanum at (361) 582-2559 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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