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Field Trips

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.

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And in This Corner: Cassius Clay Virtual Field Trip

3311 Washington Ave, St. Louis, MO 63103
And In This Corner: Cassius Clay is the story of the young man who would become Muhammad Ali. From his relationship with a white police officer who introduced him to boxing as a kid in Jim Crow-era Louisville to his gold medal-winning performance in the 1960 Rome Olympics, Cassius holds onto the faith that his potential is unlimited. But it is the friends from his childhood who are becoming Freedom Riders who ultimately challenge him to understand that there is more to life than personal success: he must use his gifts to work for the good of his community.
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Animal Behavior

1 Government Drive, St. Louis, MO 63110
Take a virtual program with one of our Zoo Educators to learn about animal behavior and why it is an important area of study. Students will learn about ethograms and do a live behavior study.  Requirements for scheduling sites: A minimum connection speed of 384k preferred. We can connect to organizations directly via IP technology to traditional H.323 equipment. For schools without traditional equipment, we can connect via Zoom. At this time we are unable to provide programs via Google Meet. We do require a minimum of two week's booking notice for virtual programs.
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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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Animal Champions

1 Government Drive, St. Louis, MO 63110
Can you run as fast as a cheetah or leap like a lemur? This interactive program will introduce students to animal adaptations and how they help animals survive. Physical activities and live animal guests make this program a winner! Requirements for scheduling sites: A minimum connection speed of 384k preferred. We can connect to organizations directly via IP technology to traditional H.323 equipment. For schools without traditional equipment, we can connect via Zoom. At this time we are unable to provide programs via Google Meet. We do require a minimum of two week's booking notice for virtual programs.
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Animal Magic

1 Government Drive, St. Louis, MO 63110
Animals have adaptations that can seem like magic! Our educators have a few tricks up their sleeves to help you learn about amazing animals at our Zoo and in the wild. Requirements for scheduling sites: A minimum connection speed of 384k preferred. We can connect to organizations directly via IP technology to traditional H.323 equipment. For schools without traditional equipment, we can connect via Zoom. At this time we are unable to provide programs via Google Meet. We do require a minimum of two week's booking notice for virtual programs.
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