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Dallas Arboretum

Living Cycles Learning Gallery Program - During School Day

The Living Cycles gallery is all about growth and change. Predict how the changes in each season correspond to a plant’s life cycle from seed back to soil. Investigate pollinators and their role in the development of some plants. Explore the growth of various plants and animals and identify the impo...

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Cara Mía Theatre Company

Calaveras y Flores (A Play Celebrating Mexico's Day of the Dead) On Campus

This play tells the story of a Mexican-American girl and her deceased uncle who teaches her the beauty of the Mexican Day of the Dead tradition. Inspired by the engravings of Jose Guadalupe Posada, this performance utilizes masks, movement, physical comedy, and projections of visual art. Class se...

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Laura Strother - Visual Artist

Mosaics Residency with Laura Strother, Program Extension

This class is set up to be a programming option for Mosaics with Laura Strother, in all age groups. If a group would like to add a few additional days or hours beyond the five days allotted in the original program, the program extension tool can be added to customize for specific needs such as: extr...

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Dallas Zoo

Happening Habitats

Have you ever wondered how animals rely on their habitats to meet their basic needs? Learn what it takes to meet the needs of the magnificent animals that call the Dallas Zoo home. Students will make animal-related discoveries through observations in a guided interactive experience, design their own...

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Old Red Museum of Dallas County History & Culture

"Hats in the Courtroom" History Lab - Field Trip

Judge, bailiff, lawyers, witnesses, and jury members all “wear different hats” as they carry out their responsibilities in a courtroom. Imagine the excitement of sitting at the judge’s bench, keeping order in the court, presenting a case, giving testimony, or voting as a jury member to reach a verd...

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Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Brain Power: The Brain Dissection - On Campus- (Begins January 8, 2019) New!

Begins January 8, 2019 Gain insight on basic brain anatomy and functions through this guided sheep brain dissection. Working in teams of four, students will uncover how the brain controls all our bodily functions and how a sheep brain compares tot hat of a human. Program includes on brain per fou...

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Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Air and Weather- On Campus

This hands-on investigation encourages students to explore the air, weather patterns and seasons, the water cycle and the influence of the Sun — the ultimate driver of atmospheric change....

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Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Dig Those Dinos- On Campus

Piece together puzzling prehistoric clues, discover fossils from afar, and follow dinosaur tracks where they may lead in this station-based program that immerses students in an ancient world of wonder....

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Dawn's Early Light

WE ARE THE EARTH: Plant Life is Human Life, 3-8 Grade, Campus Program

Students discuss plant and human similarities and differences, such as: chlorophyll is to plants as blood is to humans. They explore the symbiotic relationship between plant and human respiration; exchanging oxygen and carbon dioxide with one another, and learn that there are relationships, systems...

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