After over 13 years of providing in-school field trips throughout South Florida, we now host AWESOME hands-on educational field trips at our NEW Learning Center! We host 2 hour field trips for small preschool – 8th grade classes, groups with special needs or homeschool co-ops. Our STEAM educators customize the experience so it’s perfect for the grade level or special needs of your group.
Check out our videos below for a sneak peak of our Nature Safari, Science Lab & STEAM Tech field trip programs. Review the information in the FAQ. Then, Contact Us with any questions or to reserve your event date.
It’s non-stop thrills & giggles as students dive head first into Life Science. Young scientists observe & touch bugs, worms, arachnids & reptiles. It’s hand-ons while learning about different habitats & ecosystems, life cycles, living vs. nonliving things, food chains, the flow of energy through organic matter, and so much more.
Students remain on the edges of their seats while they make fascinating new discoveries during our Science Labs. Young scientists learn about chemical & physical reactions while experimenting with dry ice, bubbles, gases, heat and electricity. The engaging activities focus on matter, forces, energy, light, heat and more!
It’s high-tech & hands-on during your STEAM Tech field trip. Student engineers & technicians work with modular robots, circuits, 3D pens and robotic arms. They understand how electrical circuits work, mechanical inventions help with scientific exploration, green energy is a more sustainable source of power and more!
– 2 Hour FUN & EDUCATIONAL Hands-on Field Trip Program
– STEAM City Instructor
– All Activity Materials
– Program Focused on Grade Level Standards & Higher-Order Thinking Customized for Preschool – 8th Grade Students
– Setup & Cleanup
Our company has over 13 years of experience with students who have different special needs throughout South Florida. We work with low to high functioning students with physical, developmental behavioral/emotional & sensory differences. No two groups are the same, and we customize the experience depending on the age range, interests and specials needs of the students.
We have worked with many organizations, including the following:
The Quest Center
Broward Children’s Center
Miami Lighthouse for the Blind & Visually Impaired
League for Hard of Hearing
Smith Community Mental Health
ASP Kids Special Populations
YMCA Special Populations
United Cerebral Palsy
Ann Storck Center
Coral Estates Park
Cross Creek Center
Homeless Education Assistance
Woodhouse Cerebral Palsy Adult Home
City of Pembroke Pines Charter School
Mandel Jewish Community Center of the Palm Beaches
No Limits Academy
STARS Autism School
Florida International University’s Summer Treatment Program
Avoid the the busy Coral Landings III Shopping Plaza Traffic. Park in the quiet side lot. Drive behind the shopping plaza, and you’ll find plenty of space in the lot between Joann Fabrics & 9 Round. There is also a sidewalk that takes you and your group of students safety to our front door.
At least 1 chaperone is required to be with the group at all times. We welcome additional teachers & parents. There is no additional fee for observing adults (maximum of 3 observing chaperones for groups of 20 or more).
Please Keep the YUCKS! to Yourself (During our Nature Safari)
Parents/guardians, if you are observing, please hold any adverse comments inside (Yuck! Eww! Ahh! NOOO! GROSS!) Reactions like this make some children less likely to try something new. We are patient with each child, and they touch/hold critters at their own pace. A positive environment increases their confidence.
Questions & Comments from Students We focus our full attention on the children so they are engaged, learning and getting the most out of their field trip. Please don’t feel offended if we ignore observing chaperons while working with the students. We encourage inquiry from students and want them to feel empowered being the main voices for questions & comments.