We’re going on a field trip tomorrow! It’s the one I schedule for my team each year (and my favorite, don’t tell). It’s to the Indianapolis Children’s Museum. Their website has a ton of resources, even if you aren’t nearby.
Ryan and I went Sunday to update my scavenger hunt questions. They have remodeled A LOT this last year and I am just blown away by how awesome the museum is. If you are in my neck of the woods and haven’t been, it’s definitely worth the trip.
I’ll update with pictures after our trip just to prove how cool the place is. In the meantime, I’m sharing my scavenger hunt packet and answers in case you’re nearby. **UPDATE: I continue to receive messages about this scavenger hunt. These questions were current as of 2012. I no longer teach in Indiana to update these questions, but feel free to use them as a starting point. When we went back in spring of 2018, many of them were still applicable.** I highly recommend writing scavenger hunt questions if you go to museums with your class. I think they get so much more out of the trip because they’re actually reading and learning about the displays instead of just running around kind of crazy all day.
Think of us tomorrow… field trips are always hectic, but fun! That reminds me of the thank you notes I always hand out to our chaperones. You can grab that freebie too!
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