Monthly Archives: April 2016

10 Exciting Field Trip Ideas for 5th Graders

Next Page For Field Trips..                           To all those 5th grade teachers and parents interested in student travel, listen up (or read up)! We know you're looking for that perfect field trip idea, something fun and exciting, educational and hands-on, but also not too far…
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Trinity Church (Manhattan)

Notable for its historic location, incredible eye-catching spires and steeples, and beautiful decor, Manhattan's Trinity Church has been a local landmark for centuries. Located near the intersection of Broadway and Wall Street, this stunning church operates under the Episcopal Diocese of New York though its first construction was chartered by King William III. The history of…
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St. Patrick’s Cathedral

St. Patrick's Cathedral of Fifth Avenue Manhattan is a magnificent, awe-inspiring Neo-Gothic construction built by the faithful, aspiring, and persevering community of 19th century New York. The original St. Patrick's Cathedral, in downtown Manhattan, had grown too old and small to accommodate the growing Catholic faith after the city was made an archdiocese in 1850. Archbishop John…
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Top 7 Class Trips for 4th Graders

Students, especially youngsters like 4th graders, not only enjoy field trips but are greatly influenced by their teaching power. While a simple field trip across town would help your kids learn, imagine what would happen if they went to one of these top class trip destinations? Explore the possibilities and consider a 4th grade class…
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All About Educational Tours in San Antonio

San Antonio is perhaps the most visited Texas city full of history and culture. Guided tours of the city make for incredible learning adventures, with a helpful guide at the helm and beautiful sites before your eyes. So when you're looking for an educational journey, look no further than these amazing guided tours! San Antonio:…
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Pigeon Forge Mill

Welcome to Pigeon Forge Mill, otherwise known as The Old Mill, a 1830s Grist Mill located just about 16 minutes away from Gatlinburg. This attraction is a unique opportunity to get to know the local history of the region, an immersive experience that shows you the ins and outs of the mill with a comprehensive…
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Wild Plum Tea Room

You and your group definitely don’t want to miss out on the opportunity to grab a quick lunch, snack, dessert, or drink at the Wild Plum Tea Room while in the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community. A locally-loved establishment providing some of the tastiest regional teatime treats, this old-world style teahouse you will find such…
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Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community

You are in for a true Gatlinburg treat as you and your group explore the various shops, studios, galleries, and cafes of the historic eight mile loop known as the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community. This fun culture and shopping area within the city is considered to be the largest group of independent artisans in…
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Audubon House and Tropical Gardens

A historic Key West landmark, the Audubon House and Tropical Gardens holds more than just artwork within its halls, but life and history. Today the house is known for its collections of John James Audubon artwork and first edition works though the house was originally owned and built by Captain John Huling Geiger, a Key West…
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Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory

In gorgeous, tropical Key West you'll encounter an enchanted wonderland of colorful butterflies as they flit about their protected habitats to be observed and admired. Over 50 species of international butterflies are in attendance as are a number of tropical birds and a veritable jungle of plants in the stunning conservatory. Walk through the glass…
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