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RMSC 2nd Grade Field Trip

Add to Your Calendar: 02/13/2019 09:15 02/13/2019 13:05 America/New_York RMSC 2nd Grade Field Trip

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Exploring States of Matter

The Molecularium: Riding Snowflakes

Molecularium is a magical, musical adventure in a world of atoms and molecules. Students will join the cast of atomic characters on an unforgettable adventure into the nanoscale universe as they explore the transformation of matter, explore the water cycle and discover that everything is made of atoms and molecules in this action packed adventure. Also included in this experience is a 10 minute sky talk focused on major constellations and Native American folktales related to them. Science Standards: 2.P.3A.1, Social Studies 2-4.4

Weather Explorers

Students will examine thermometers, wind vanes, rain gauges, and wind socks to learn how these instruments are used to measure and record weather. From using thermometers to observing bubbles, this lab will blow you away! Science Standards: 2.E.2A.1, 2.E.2A.2, 2.E.2A.3

Surviving In the Wild

From the mountains to the sea, students will discover what animals need in order to survive wherever they live. Students will visit and explore our specially- designed animal habitats and compare them with what an animal needs to survive in the real world. Students will then consider the consequences if those needs are not met. Science Standard: 2.L.5B.1

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Roper Mountain Science Center Upstate Homeschool Co-op sfowler@upstatecoop.org false MM/DD/YYYY aUinrLWZczwYavqgBmQP30959

Date – Time

February 13, 2019 – 9:15 AM - 1:05 PM

Location

Roper Mountain Science Center
402 Roper Mountain Road
Greenville, SC 29615 US

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FIELD TRIP DETAILS

Exploring States of Matter

The Molecularium: Riding Snowflakes

Molecularium is a magical, musical adventure in a world of atoms and molecules. Students will join the cast of atomic characters on an unforgettable adventure into the nanoscale universe as they explore the transformation of matter, explore the water cycle and discover that everything is made of atoms and molecules in this action packed adventure. Also included in this experience is a 10 minute sky talk focused on major constellations and Native American folktales related to them. Science Standards: 2.P.3A.1, Social Studies 2-4.4

Weather Explorers

Students will examine thermometers, wind vanes, rain gauges, and wind socks to learn how these instruments are used to measure and record weather. From using thermometers to observing bubbles, this lab will blow you away! Science Standards: 2.E.2A.1, 2.E.2A.2, 2.E.2A.3

Surviving In the Wild

From the mountains to the sea, students will discover what animals need in order to survive wherever they live. Students will visit and explore our specially- designed animal habitats and compare them with what an animal needs to survive in the real world. Students will then consider the consequences if those needs are not met. Science Standard: 2.L.5B.1

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