Field Trip + Enrichment Class Options – Elementary

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Each class is approximately 60 minutes.

Field Trip + Enrichment Pricing
$11.00 per student / $8.00 per adult
* 1 free chaperone admission with every 5 paid student admissions. (Discount only applies if group meets 1:5 adult to child ratio.)

Includes Museum admission and choice of an Elementary Enrichment Class from the options below.

Each class is designed for a maximum of 28 students.
Multiple classes can be scheduled back-to-back.
# of students in your group: 1-28 29-56 57-84 85-112 113-140 141-168
# of classes required: 1 class 2 classes 3 classes 4 classes 5 classes 6 classes



Brackitz: Get Moving!
Students use engineering design challenges to explore the concepts of work, energy and motion.
Core Subject Focus: Science

Creature Features
Students investigate Pacific Northwest wild mammals and their habitats. They will discover the unique features that help animals thrive in their environment.
Core Subject Focus: Science, Literacy

Westward Ho!
Students explore the impacts weather, transportation and communication had on pioneers as they journeyed West. They will interact to design and complete challenges pioneers faced along the Oregon Trail.
Core Subject Focus: Social Studies

Daring Dissection
Students take an immersive look into the world of the barn owl and conduct a scientific experiment dissecting an owl pellet. (One pellet per two students.)
Core Subject Focus: Science, Math

Students examine how fossils form. They will decipher different types of fossils and use clues to investigate their origins.
Core Subject Focus: Science

Rockin’ Rollercoasters
Students learn about potential, and kinetic energy as they engineer a rollercoaster of recycled materials and test their tracks.
Core Subject Focus: Science

Topsy Turvy
Students learn the cultural, historical and scientific significance of tops. They will use a collection of tops to test balance, motion, gravity and energy.
Core Subject Focus: Science

I Can’t Believe My Eyes
Students learn the science behind optical illusions and experience the tricks our brains can play on us.
Core Subject Focus: Science

Meet the Robots
Students direct an army of mini-robots around obstacles. They will learn to control the robots by using the robots’ sensors and simple programming.
Core Subject Focus: Science

Ports of Call
Utilizing teamwork, students work to solve a challenge involving imports and exports. They will learn the Port of Everett’s role in international tradematter and with China, Japan, Russia and South Korea.
Core Subject Focus: Social Studies

Sinkers, Flinkers and Floaters
Students construct buoyancy hypotheses and test them by conducting a series of experiments.
Core Subject Focus: Science

Solids, Liquids and Chemical Creations
Students investigate the properties of experiment with non-Newtonian substances.
Core Subject Focus: Science

Magnificent Masks
Students interpret the historical, cultural and social relevance of masks. They will take what they have learned and create a mask with its own unique story.
Core Subject Focus: Social Studies

Tree Treasures
Students explore the cultural and environmental significance of trees and explore their many surprising by-products. They will investigate the anatomy of a tree and create their own treasure.
Core Subject Focus: Science, Social Studies

Wind Tunnel Engineering
Students attempt to balance forces as they engineer a flying craft and test it in a vertical wind tunnel.
Core Subject Focus: Engineering