In the Walking Field Trip program, one to three classes from local schools walk to the Greenfield Community Science Workshop each day to take advantage of the rich learning environment there. Students, teachers, and accompanying parents get a chance to interact with the hands-on exhibits, view tiny scenes through microscopes, handle and ponder our enormous bone and natural artifact collection, and build a project or do an elaborate experiment. Students from kindergarten to eighth grade visit, and each visit focuses on STEM topics from the Next Generation Science Standards. Teachers can then continue work on this topic upon returning to their classroom.
Curriculum for the 2018-2019 school year includes: