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Audubon Texas - Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center at Cedar Hill

Audubon Aquatic Adventures Academic Program Kayaking Trip- Grades 5-12

Get out on the water and explore! Our 4-hour guided kayak expedition field trips are for students in grades 5-12 and are led by Audubon staff and volunteers on Joe Pool Lake at Cedar Hill State Park. This paddling voyage will open up your students’ eyes to the importance of environmental stewardsh...

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Dallas Arboretum

Buzz on Bees (On Campus) - During School Day

Honeybees are essential to our food production and their numbers have declined in recent years. In this problem-based lab, students collect and analyze data from different hives to identify the likely causes of Colony Collapse Disorder and explore what they can do to help....

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Dawn's Early Light

The SCIENCE of Magic, Grades K-2 and 3-5 Assembly

Science experiments disguised as magic tricks! In ancient times, magicians wielded tremendous power in society. Today we realize that the magic is simply science done differently. Student’s curiosities are peaked as they explore the science behind the magic. During the show students experience man...

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Lynn Baskind Puppeteer and Storyteller-Big Thought Artist

Mrs. Pockets Puppet Playtime - On Campus

Colorful suitcases and bags of puppets, number lines and tape measures arrive in your classroom when Mrs. Pockets comes to visit. Then it's POHO time (Puppets On-Hands On). Students become actor puppeteers in an interactive program full of movement, fun and laughter. Lynn does not miss a beat keepin...

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Dawn's Early Light

The Many Faces of Bullying Prevention - Grades 3-8 Campus Program

*Is an individual born a bully? *Can we identify and head off bullying before it happens? *Do you confront the bully, try to reason with the bully, avoid the bully, run from the bully or fight the bully? *What do you do when you cannot avoid a fight? *What is the meaning of personal accountabili...

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Audubon Texas - Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center at Cedar Hill

Live Animal Program: Bird of Prey

This first-hand, live raptor encounter with our American Kestrel explores the complex interactions birds of prey have with their environment and all of their amazing adaptations that allow them to be fierce hunters and survivalists....

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Lynn Moon Schellenberg Dance Therapist & Certified Kids Yoga Instructor

Special Needs Programs: On Campus Class with Lynn Moon

As a registered dance therapist, Lynn knows that movement can be a unique outlet for creative self-expression for special needs students. Children particularly respond to her brightly colored props and use of music. Lynn’s imagination knows absolutely no bounds - she can choreograph dances for any s...

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Dallas Arboretum

Niños y la Naturaleza: ¡Las estaciones y yo! (Field Trip - Classroom Lab) - During School Day

This Spanish-language outreach lesson is specifically designed to support your Spanish-speaking early childhood students. How does the weather change with the seasons? How do seasonal changes affect people, plants and animals? In this lesson, students distinguish changes associated with each sea...

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Audubon Texas - Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center at Cedar Hill

Eco Investigations Academic Program Trip (with reptile encounter)- 4th Grade

Expedition field trips led by Audubon educational staff/ volunteers and Texas Master Naturalist educators, designed to strengthen critical thinking skills across multiple disciplines and incorporate hands-on, inquiry-based learning strategies linked with state-mandated Texas Essential Knowledge and ...

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