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Chefsville Kids

Chefsville-Kids: Westward Expansion Lewis and Clark (Assembly Program) On Campus 2019-20

Students expand their knowledge of the incredible world of cooking, health, and nutrition through this workshop, while they apply social studies to their daily lives in practical ways. The program starts with a discussion about Thomas Jefferson and how his contemporaries wanted to expand the US....

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Chefsville Kids

Chefsville-Kids: Space Chefs (Classroom Program) On Campus 2019-20

Classroom programs allow students to focus on teacher-selected areas of interests, topics, TEKS, and connections, and provide a personalized approach that gives students much more direct interaction with the chef instructors than our assembly programs. Kids will be encouraged to learn more abou...

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Studio Bella for Kids

Super Circuits

Whirling propellers, lights and buzzers will keep students engaged as they whiz through various snap circuits puzzles with their team members. To culminate their learning of circuitry, students will create their own mini spin art machine to take home to share their learning with their families....

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Junior Players

Discover The Sing-Along Cowboy

Bob Ackerman, also known as the Sing Along Cowboy, provides a fun and interactive performance featuring classic country western songs! His performance will combine songs that are suitable for all age groups with different versions of songs to accommodate any age level. His performance is highly edu...

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MCP Shows - In school performing artists

Texas Ecosystems with musician Lucas Miller

Why are some parts of Texas lush forests and other parts dry and dusty? What do animals have to help them survive in these different ecosystems? How do we depend on natural ecosystems? This multimedia program answers those questions and more as it takes students across our enormous state through ...

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Frontiers of Flight Museum

Lunar Crash Course - Field Trip

Students work in teams to apply problem solving and critical thinking skills to survive a crash landing on the Moon. Students learn about the Earth-Moon system and compare the physical characteristics of the two celestial bodies...

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Tammy McNary Photography

Mirror Me (Photography project)

We often think of mirrors as surfaces for reflecting images back to us. But what if mirrors could help us see the space around us in a new ways? Mirror Me is a hands-on photographic project emphasizing an engagement with our immediate surroundings while learning camera technique and expressing pers...

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Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Self Guided Art Infused STEAM Tour- Self Guided

The Art of Science Meets the Science of Art. This Perot Museum self guided tour will engage your students by stimulating their imagination and encouraging their creativity as they visit each of our 11 Exhibit Halls. Students will explore colors, light, lines, movement, shape, space, sound, rhythm a...

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Junior Players

Discover Creative Writing

Students will explore and practice various forms of writing including short stories, poetry, and essays. This program emphasizes unlocking the creativity of each student. When possible, a journal of the students’ writing is published at the culmination of the workshop....

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