Field Experiences

This page contains a listing of STEM-rich field-trip opportunities–both in-person and virtual–filterable by type of field trip, content area, and grade level. We continue to update our listings as program providers develop new content, so visit us often! Can’t find what you need here? Let us know! Want your STEM program’s information listed on the site? Submit your information here.

Programs

Animal Behavior Virtual Program- Endangered Wolf Center

6750 Tyson Valley Rd, Eureka, MO 63025
Why do wolves howl? Why do some birds dance? Find out the answers to these questions during our Animal Behavior program! This virtual program includes interactive activities and a close up of one of our animal residents. This program lasts approximately 60 minutes. Cost of the field trips is $80/classroom of 35 individuals or less. +$10 for every additional person after 35. The times offered are Tuesday-9am,10am,11am,12pm,1pm, 2pm, 3pm; Wednesday-2pm; Thursday-2pm; Friday-10am, 2pm; or call for an appointment.
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Animals in My Backyard- Endangered Wolf Center

6750 Tyson Valley Rd, Eureka, MO 63025
Did you know that the American red wolf is native to Missouri? Historically, we could have had American red wolves right in our backyards! During this virtual program, we invite you to join us as we investigate other native animals that you might find in your backyard, learn about their important roles in the environment, and have the opportunity to meet one of our native Animal Ambassadors. This program lasts approximately 45 minutes. Cost of the field trips is $80/classroom of 35 individuals or less. +$10 for every additional person after 35. The times offered are Tuesday-9am,10am,11am,12pm,1pm, 2pm, 3pm; Wednesday-2pm; Thursday-2pm; Friday-10am, 2pm; or call for an appointment.
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Animals of the Endangered Wolf Center

6750 Tyson Valley Rd, Eureka, MO 63025
Wolves and foxes and African painted dogs, oh my! This program will bring one of the Endangered Wolf Center educators into your virtual classroom to teach your students all about the eight species of canids at the Center and what the Center is doing to help them. They will see photos and videos of our animals, tackle some animal trivia, and learn what they can do to help the endangered species the Center is working with. This program lasts approximately 45 minutes. Cost of the field trips is $80/classroom of 35 individuals or less. +$10 for every additional person after 35. The times offered are Tuesday-9am,10am,11am,12pm,1pm, 2pm, 3pm; Wednesday-2pm; Thursday-2pm; Friday-10am, 2pm; or call for an appointment.
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Benches by Teens

2720 North 13th Street, St. Louis, MO 63106
Building Futures is a design and build workshop, located in the Old North neighborhood of St. Louis. There is no comparable STEAM-based educational offering for this age range in the city, providing youth 5-18 years old the ability to learn through hands-on design/building with hand tools, power tools, technology, and more. On the job training for high school students to learn to make wooden park benches. This is a paid opportunity with with limited space. Transportation provided. Apply NOW! For an application, email info@building-futures.org.
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Caught in a Food Web – Endangered Wolf Center

6750 Tyson Valley Rd, Eureka, MO 63025
Explore multiple ecosystems and the food webs within them! During this virtual field trip, you’ll have the chance to complete science-based activities and virtually meet one of our animal ambassadors. This program lasts approximately 45 minutes. Students will come to understand the movement of energy across a food web. Cost of the field trips is $80/classroom of 35 individuals or less. +$10 for every additional person after 35. The times offered are Tuesday-9am,10am,11am,12pm,1pm, 2pm, 3pm; Wednesday-2pm; Thursday-2pm; Friday-10am, 2pm; or call for an appointment.
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