Outdoor Adventure: Nature & Human Impacts

Overview

4th - 12th
Grades
4 hours
Duration
The Outdoor Adventure field trip is designed to instill in students a respect for the outdoors, knowledge of historical cultures, and an understanding of their own connection to this environment. Students will use hands-on techniques to examine the way humans, plants, animals and geology have interacted and shaped each other’s stories throughout time. Students will be led on guided wilderness hikes that focus on flora and fauna identification, native plant uses, animal evidence and self-reflection. During hikes, hands-on activities enhance the students' experience.

Specifications

Standard Pricing
28 - 126 participants Minimum Guarantee $1,000

Additional Activity Group Cost depending on number of participants
Educational Standards
NGSS 5-ESS3-1
4-LS1-1
5-LS2-1
MS-LS1-5
MS-LS1-6
MS-LS2-2
4-ESS1-1
4-ESS2-1
4-ESS2-2
MS-ESS2-2
MS-ESS1-4
HS-ESS1-5
5-PS1-3
MS-ESS3-3
MS-LS2-1
HS-LS2-6
HS-LS4-5
4-ESS3-1
MS-LS1-4
MS-LS2-4
MS-LS2-5
HS-LS2-7
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History & Social Science 4.2.1
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Math 4.MD
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G-MG
S-CP

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Program Contact

Patricia Pegram ppegram@oceaninstitute.org
949-496-2274 x311

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