Virtual Field Trips are unavailable until further notice
Prepare for takeoff! In this Virtual Field Trip, students will explore the properties of air and the four forces of flight that help aircraft get in the air, and stay there. On a virtual tour of the museum, they will observe and discuss the relationship between the shape, size, and choice of materials used to build aircraft from 1909 to today. A downloadable glider with adjustable control surfaces is also available, so students can conduct some flight tests of their own!
Note: This program is virtual, via Zoom or Google Meet.
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|Grade 6||Science and Technology — Understanding Structures and Mechanisms||Elementary Cycle 1||Science and Technology — Material World|
|Elementary Cycle 2||Science and Technology — Material World|
An educator from the museum will connect with your classroom using videoconferencing software, and interact with the students throughout the session.
After you book your program, we will send you any additional information including any supplies you/your students could use to maximize your experience. Please watch for an email from our programs team!
* A $50 discount will be applied to additional bookings from the same school, for programs taking place on the same day from the same museum.
Booking requests can be made through our Virtual Field Trip Reservation Request Form.
You can also connect directly to our Customer Relations team: