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EDvite is an online tool that connects learners to inspiring, offline learning experiences in their community. Ranging from museum exhibits to community gardens, and from mentor programs to coding academies, our system makes it easy for learners, teachers and parents to find hundreds of educational opportunities in every city.

Living History Field Trip – Old Sturbridge Village

Old Sturbridge Village, the largest outdoor history museum in the Northeast, depicts a rural New England town of the 1830s. You are invited into more than 40 original buildings, including homes, meetinghouses, a district school, country store, bank, worki...

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Science in the Schoolyard Workshop

Science in the Schoolyard’s is Boston Schoolyard Initiative’s science organization development program. Science in the Schoolyardâ„¢ helps teachers use the urban natural environment in their schoolyard (ranging from asphalt lots to BSI-des...

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Active Stewardship & Conservation Program

A NEW CURRICULUM FOR ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY IN NEW ORLEANS Based on a new curriculum developed by organization staff, Urban Conservancy Project Manager Keely Hill and Mission Continues Fellow Kendric Perkins began implementing weekly environmental literac...

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Garden Adventure

This is a 1 1/2 hour field trip open to all age groups. It is designed as an introduction to the beautiful flora and fauna of Flamingo Gardens, as well as an encounter with some of Florida’s most beautiful native birds, reptiles and other animals in...

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Visit the Portsmouth Lighthouse

The large, well-protected harbor of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on the Piscataqua River, was an important port in colonial America. It remains New Hampshires only deep water port. As early as 1721 some concerned citizens of Portsmouth petitioned for a ligh...

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Interact with a Historical Figure

Students interact with History Players, costumed characters who bring Minnesota’s rich history to life. Choose the age-appropriate lesson. History Player lessons are 40 minutes long. Choose one lesson: Berry Wheat Bop, K – 3rd grade Through mu...

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Thematic Colonial Time Travel Workshops

Offered May 1 – October 31 Group Size: Minimum of 10 students and maximum of 15 students per workshop. Multiple workshops can run at the same time. Enhance your self-guided visit with one of our Time Travel Workshops, which relate to a variety of cu...

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KidsCode – STEM through programming

KidsCode developing a cutting edge curriculum for teaching code in schools in partnership with Prewitt Solutions to teach middle-schoolers STEM through programming. Our curriculum is designed for both in-school contracts and after school programs, and our...

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A Journey into Colonial Time

Strawbery Banke Museum’s education department hosts nearly 10,000 school children annually for a variety of programs. Our school programs have been carefully developed to support specific New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts curriculum standards....

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Amputation Demonstration

The Amputation Demonstration compliments the self-guided tours of the Museum. This interactive demonstration allows students to experience the way amputation surgeries were performed before the discovery of anesthesia and germ theory. The demonstrations t...

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