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Be a plant investigator! Students on Self-Guided Exploration field trips and families visiting with children can take advantage of the U.S. Botanic Garden’s plant passports, field journals, and more to make their visit participatory, fun, and educational.

Print at home in advance of your visit or inquire about these resources when you arrive. (Large groups should plan to print these guides in advance of visiting, and some resources are only available at the Garden seasonally.)

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Plant Passport – Plant Parts

Using this passport, young visitors explore our Conservatory to find seven different plants and learn about plant parts and function. Allow 30-45 minutes for this activity. Preview and print.

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Plant Passport – Plants and Food

Using this passport, young visitors explore our Conservatory to learn where many of our foods come from and discover which part of the plants we eat. Allow 30-45 minutes for this activity. Preview and print.

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Regional Garden Field Journal

Using this field journal, students explore our native plant collection in our outdoor Regional Garden. Students learn about native plants and observe plants in different seasons. Allow 30-45 minutes for this activity. Preview and print.

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Bartholdi Gardens Field Journal

Using this guide, students explore Bartholdi Gardens and learn about native plants and the resources they provide to humans, wildlife, and the environment; sustainability features like rain gardens and water conservation; and environmentally friendly material choices. Allow 45-60 minutes for this activity. Preview and print.

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Plant Explorer’s Field Journal – Conservatory

Using this guide, students explore the Conservatory and learn about the U.S. Exploring Expedition (1838-42) during which scientists collected both living plants and pressed specimens and discover plants from around the world to include three plants descended from the Expedition. Allow 45-60 minutes for this activity. Preview and print.

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Field Trip Activities {Free Field Trip Resources}

I have a love/hate relationship with field trips. Some years they are great, and some I just want to sleep for twelve hours after the field trip and never speak of it again (surely I am not the only one, right?).

Field trips can fun and super educational, though. It is nice to take the students out into the “real world,” to expose them to new experiences, and teach them how to be respectful and show manners in a variety of settings. To be honest, I sometimes find it difficult to use a field trip experience to its full potential before and after the field trip (that pacing guide gets me every year). I recently put together some free field trip activities that can be used before and after a field trip and I wanted to share them with you today.

Free field trip resources to use before and after a school field trip.

I always like to do a KWL activity about the topic or location of the field trip. A few years ago, we went to a Civil War Battlefield and completed a KWL before the trip. It was a great way to review what we had learned about the Civil War before the trip. The students also brainstormed specific things they wanted to learn about this specific battlefield location. This really helped with the participation during that part of the field trip.

Free field trip resources to use before and after a school field trip.

Going over manners and expectation is so important for any field trip. Usually, I find myself giving a quick reminder speech before we get on the bus. However, I think this printable list of things for the students to remember is more efficient than that. Print it out the day before and go over it as a class. Then review it on the day of the field trip.

I also included a Field Trip Reminders printable because I have a hard time remembering to always tell my students to wear comfortable shoes, bring sunscreen, etc. Having this printable helps keep me organized as well.

Free field trip resources to use before and after a school field trip.

This next field trip activity is perfect if you are going to a location with an updated website. Using this field trip research printable, have your students go on the website and do some research. This gets them excited about the field trip but also gives them knowledge to really get the most out of the trip.

Free field trip resources to use before and after a school field trip.

After a field trip is over, I like to have my students take some time to reflect in writing about the trip. In this set of free field trip printables, I included a narrative prompt for them to describe their day and then a persuasive prompt for them to write about their opinion of the trip.

I also give my students some guidelines with this prompt, such as you must include 3 facts you learned about the topic, or you must describe 2 learning experiences you had. This keeps them from writing only about the “fun” part of the field trips, such as hanging out with their friends on the bus or eating at a park.

Free field trip resources to use before and after a school field trip.

This is another pretty simple printable, but it gets the students reflecting on the trip and what they learned. This type of printable is perfect for homework the day of a field trip or to fill that 30 minutes to an hour you have left in the day if you took an almost all day trip. In fact, all these printable could probably fill up a day before and an after a field trip to really maximize on the learning that happened on the trip.

Free field trip resources to use before and after a school field trip.

In addition to the printables shown, there is also a tri-fold printable and some templates for a class ABC book that could be completed after a field trip. Click on the image below to download these resources.

Download free activities on this post.

I hope these free field trip activities help you and your students get the most out of your field trips. Do you have any go-to activities you do before or after field trips? Let me know in the comments!

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January 13, 2016 at 9:39 am

These are great printable for student field trip preparation! If you ever need field ideas for field trips in Georgia, check out http://www.classtrips.com/region-landing/2717/school-field-trips-in-georgia

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January 13, 2016 at 12:25 pm

This is a great list, Dana! Thanks for sharing!

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January 13, 2016 at 11:37 am

Awesome! This is one of those “why didn’t I think of that” moments. 🙂 Love it! Thanks for sharing!

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You are very welcome! I have those moments all the time!

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This is perfect!! Thank you so much!

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Hey there, Jennifer I loved this post on field trips. I usually get so caught up with planning the other logistics, I often forget or forfeit these helpful worksheets. And I have to say, I love your site, it’s very similar to mine since we both went with the Modern Blogger Pro design. How did you get yours so pretty?! It’s very nice. 🙂

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Visiting the Greenhouse: A Field Trip, a Scavenger Hunt, and a Book

May 2, 2012 by notjustcute Filed Under: Building Readers , Get Outside , Learning through Play and Experience 10 Comments

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While studying seeds, plants and flowers, I love to take a field trip to a beautiful garden.  Unfortunately, my plans to do so recently were vetoed by weather reports for a thunder storm.  So instead, we visited a beautiful greenhouse we’re lucky to have nearby.

To keep things focused, we started with a scavenger hunt .  My little guy was instantly determined to snap a photo of everything on the list!

(You can use this  Printable Greenhouse Scavenger Hunt form you see below, or make your own based on your venue.)

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Of course, interest and curiosity took us down some different paths, which is always fine with me!  (I use the scavenger hunt to catch their attention out of the gate, and as a way to redirect if things get too off-task, but I don’t consider curiosity itself to be an off-task behavior.)

We snapped shots of our favorite specimens.

Hydrangeas for me.  (This photo is a perfect souvenir since I can’t seem to keep them alive in real life.)

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This is something you can make fancy with a program like Blurb , or take the   slacker easy/inexpensive route like I did and print a few dollars worth of photos at Costco and tape them to printed pages from your computer.  (I simply stapled the pages together and covered the staples with colored duct tape.)

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Whatever purpose you decide to focus on, involving children in creating their own books always fosters their interest in reading.  And interest is always a great place to start with young readers.

Have you made books with the children you love and teach?

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May 2, 2012 at 9:03 am

What a great illustration of developmentally appropriate ways to really increase the learning value of a field trip for young kids! It puts so much control into the child’s hands and yet provides needed support for staying focused. Once again, Amanda, you’ve made me wish I were back in the classroom to try out another of your ideas! Thanks for sharing (I’ve passed it along)!

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May 2, 2012 at 6:54 pm

This is wonderful. I’ve been wrestling how to make a professional looking book inexpensively. I never heard of blurb. I love the empowering engagement of this activity. And it was an ongoing project. These kinds of activities are just what NAEYC emphasizes. Thinking this is going to be the go to blog for staff. Thank you. This was wonderful

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May 3, 2012 at 2:04 pm

What a great idea! We have a greenhouse near our house!

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May 6, 2012 at 5:59 pm

Sometimes I wonder if I’ve bred indoor children?! I LOVE the idea of the scavenger hunt. We can just about do a phone/digital camera for each child so this would be an excellent idea for our kids. And no age limit as our 9 year old would still love this activity!

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Please note, this lesson plan was created by FieldTripDirectory.com as a general guide and is not specific to any particular venue listed on our site.

The diverse world of plants is perhaps the weirdest, and most fascinating, of all living things. Bamboo can grow over three feet in one day (you can literally watch it grow). There are 600 species of carnivorous plants, which trap and digest insects, frogs, or small birds (if a vegetarian eats this plant, are they still a vegetarian?). The world’s largest flower, Rafflesia, can grow up to three feet in diameter (how big would a bouquet be…). Do a little digging on your next trip to a botanical garden (not literally!), and see what interesting plant facts you can find.  

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WHAT TO WONDER Ask : Did you know peanuts are beans, pineapples are berries, tomatoes are fruit, and apples are part of the rose family? What plants do you like to eat, smell, look at, or learn about?

Discuss  the interesting plant facts you learned. Distribute the Fun Plant Facts Printout and compare with what you observed.

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Learn to spot the signs of a healthy pond ecosystem. This activity is perfect for a pond field trip.

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What is Moscow Russia's land mark?

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The Kremlin is one of the most famous Russian landmarks, as is Red Square. Mount Elbrus is also a landmark, as it is one of the Seven Summits of the world. Another landmark is the Trans-Siberian Railway that goes from Moscow to Vladivostok, bordering China and North Korea .

the palace of basin, World War 2 began there

The Kremlin is one of the most famous Russian landmarks, as is Red Square. Mount Elbrus is also a landmark, as it is one of the Seven Summits of the world.

Some landmarks found in Russia are the Ural Mountains and large plains areas. There are also forests, and a large arctic tundra region.

the palace of basin is the most famous landmark in russia. it was made in 1884.

St. Basil Cathedral, easily recognizable by its many ornate "onion" domes, each of which is different and more colorful than the next.

The Kuril Islands and Novaya Zemlya are two of the most popular natural landmarks in Russia. Also, The Lena River is the longest river in Russia and it is also considered a natural landmark.

St. Basil's Cathedral, Moscow

The main landmark is the palace of basin

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What is Russias captitol?

What is russias capital.

Moscow or in Russian its Moskva

What is the name of Russias government?

the Kremline in Moscow

What was the former name of Moscow?

What is russias former name

What are the russias biggest cities?

Moscow st. petersburg nizhny novgorod

What does Russia's land look?

russias land is nic broes ova hoes rip

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What has been the effect of vastness of russia's land area on its strategy in war.

russia could defeat invadors by drawing them deep into russias territory =) -dennisse yamashita

When did Mark Fradkin die?

Mark Fradkin died on April 4, 1990, in Moscow, Russia.

When did Mark Prudkin die?

Mark Prudkin died on September 25, 1994, in Moscow, Russia.

When was Mark Minkov born?

Mark Minkov was born on November 25, 1944, in Moscow, USSR.

When did Mark Reizen die?

Mark Reizen died on November 25, 1992, in Moscow, Russia.

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