Field Trips

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EdVenture offers a variety of hands-on classroom and laboratory programs focused on enhancing school curriculum. Our standards-based field trips offer an exciting twist and springboard to your instruction.

To book your field trip, please fill out the form below and we will contact you soon!

 

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Pricing

Columbia Field Trips

FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS ONLY

  • Museum Exploration: $7
  • Museum Exploration + any program (Lab or Classroom) (Programs require at minimum 15 students.): $9
  • Any additional program is $2.

*Certain programs may be subject to a consumables fee.

ALL OTHER GROUPS (15+ people)

  • Museum Exploration: $10
  • Museum Exploration + any program (Lab or Classroom) (Programs require at minimum 15 students.): $12
  • Any additional program is $2.

*Certain programs may be subject to a consumables fee.


To qualify for school and group pricing, visits must be scheduled and confirmed in advance, with our school and group scheduler. These rates may not be available at the front desk upon arrival without prior advanced booking.

Myrtle Beach & Hartsville Field Trips

FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS ONLY

  • Museum Exploration: $5
  • Museum Exploration + any program (Lab or Classroom) (Programs require at minimum 15 students.): $7
  • Any additional program is $2.

*Certain programs may be subject to a consumables fee.

ALL OTHER GROUPS

  • Museum Exploration: $8
  • Museum Exploration + any program (Lab or Classroom) (Programs require at minimum 15 students.): $10
  • Any additional program is $2.

*Certain programs may be subject to a consumables fee.


To qualify for school and group pricing, visits must be scheduled and confirmed in advance, with our school and group scheduler. These rates may not be available at the front desk upon arrival without prior advanced booking.

Program Descriptions

Pre-K

  • Early Engineers: Inspired by the popular children’s tales, students will dive into the world of engineering to solve different tasks facing the story’s characters. Students will build bridges, craft boats, construct houses, and much more. Tiny tinkerers will even try their hand at basic coding tasks to help save the day! This hands-on program builds teamwork and problem-solving skills in addition to magical structures!
    • Subject: Engineering, Physical Science
    • SC Early Learning Standards: APL-1, APL-2, APL-3, APL-4, APL-5, APL-6, APL-7, APL-8, APL-9, ESD-5, LDC-1, LDC-3, LDC-4, LDC-7, CD-3, CD-11
  • Little Sprouts (Lab): Come explore the world of plants and discover all the amazing things they do! We’ll track the life cycle of a plant from seed to sprout, determine what they need to survive, and find out how we rely on plants in our everyday lives. Little botanists will grow and dig, planting the seeds of learning for years to come
    • Subject: Life Science
    • SC Early Learning Standards: APL-1, APL-2, APL-3, APL-4. APL-5, APL-6, APL-7, APL-8, APL-9, ESD-4, ESD-5, LDC-1, LDC-3, LDC-4, LCD-7, CD-2, CD-3, CD-10, CD-11

Kindergarten

  • A Child Around the World: Prepare for take-off as we embark on an EdVenture to many wondrous places around the world! Your students will experience life as children from different cultures. From chores, to school, to music and birthdays, kids around the world do many of the same things we do! Grab your passport and prepare for an epic journey around the world!
    • Subject: Social Studies
    • SC Standards: K.H.1, K.H.2, K.G.1, K.G.2
  • Math Games: Students will apply math concepts to real life problems and puzzles. They will work in teams to solve a series of challenges that require critical thinking and creativity. Students will learn how math is a part of everyday life and how their choices will impact their final score. May the odds (and evens) be ever in their favor!
    • Subject: Mathematics
    • SC Standards: K.NS.4, K.ATO.1, K.G.1, K.G.2, K.G.3, K.MDA.1
  • Weather You Like It or Not: Weather happens every day, but how… and why? Students will take on the role of meteorologists and participate in interactive displays exploring the “three ingredients” of weather: temperature, precipitation, and air. They will discover how the weather changes throughout the year and how to stay safe when it turns severe. With plenty of instruments to help young scientists collect data and take readings, this class is sure to be a hit, no matter the season!
    • Subject: Earth Science
    • SC Standards: K-PS3-1, K-PS3-2, K-ESS2-1, K-ESS3-2

First Grade

  • Math Games: Students will apply math concepts to real life problems and puzzles. They will work in teams to solve a series of challenges that require critical thinking and creativity. Students will learn how math is a part of everyday life and how their choices will impact their final score. May the odds (and evens) be ever in their favor!
    • Subject: Mathematics
    • SC Standards: 1.ATO.1, 1.ATO.5, 1.G.1, 1.G.2, 1.G.4
  • Dynamic DNA (Lab): Students will discover what makes each of us unique by exploring genetics and DNA! We will examine some common physical traits and create DNA bracelets to take home. Students will take a deep dive into the world of DNA by extracting in from strawberry cells. Budding scientists will learn how the genetic code helps living organisms survive and thrive.
    • Subject: Life Science
    • SC Standards: 1-LS3-1
  • Weather You Like It or Not: Weather happens every day, but how… and why? Students will take on the role of meteorologists as they participate in interactive displays exploring the “three ingredients” of weather: temperature, precipitation, and air. They will discover how the weather changes throughout the year and how to stay safe when it turns severe. With plenty of instruments to help young scientists collect data and take readings, this class is sure to be a hit, no matter the season!
    • Subject: Earth Science
    • SC Standards: 1-ESS1-2

Second Grade

  • Math Games: Students will apply math concepts to real life problems and puzzles. They will work in teams to solve a series of challenges that require critical thinking and creativity. Students will learn how math is a part of everyday life and how their choices will impact their final score. May the odds (and evens) be ever in their favor!
    • Subject: Mathematics
    • SC Standards: 2.NSBT.6, 2.ATO.1, 2.ATO.2, 2.G.1, 2. MDA.1, 2.MDA.7
  • It’s Just a Phase (Lab): Solids and liquids and gases, oh my! Embark on a fantastic voyage through the phases of matter as we learn how they are used and how they change… right before our eyes! Using dry ice and liquid nitrogen, our educators will make balloons disappear, kettles whistle, and flash freeze marshmallows as a tasty frozen treat for your students to try!
    • Subject: Physical Science
    • SC Standards: 2-PS1-1, 2-PS1-2, 2-PS1-3, 2-PS1-4
  • Terra-Formers (Lab): Explore with us as we dissect our world to learn how our beautiful Earth came to be and how it continues to change every day. We’ll explore both natural changes and man-made ones and look at solutions to help maintain our fantastic planet.
    • Subject: Earth Science
    • SC Standards: 2-ESS1-1, 2-ESS2-1, 2-ESS2-2, 2-ESS2-3, 2-ESS3-1
  • Slimy Science (Lab): It’s slime time! In this interactive lab class students will learn about non-Newtonian fluids and how we use them every day. They will observe how different fluids perform under pressure by participating in a “viscosity race” and explore the world of polymers by creating their own… slime!
    • Subject: Physical Science
    • SC Standards: 2-PS1-1

Third Grade

  • Motion Commotion: Discover the world of motion in this high energy program that teaches students how different forces affect the way things move. We’ll use catapults to conduct experiments on objects with varying masses, shapes, and friction. Students will zoom across the room, experiencing how speed and velocity get us from place to place. Newton’s “Laws of Motion” will be put to the test in this action filled program.
    • Subject: Physical Science
    • SC Standards: 3-PS2-1, 3-PS2-2
  • Magnificent Magnets: Enter a world where objects levitate, colors move across tables, and tennis balls stick to your hand! Students will explore magnetic fields, generate electricity, and engage in hands-on experiments to unwrap the mystery of magnetism.
    • Subject: Physical Science
    • SC Standards: 3-PS2-3, 3-PS2-4
  • Terra-Formers (Lab): Explore with us as we dissect our world to learn how our beautiful Earth came to be and how it continues to change every day. We’ll explore both natural changes and man-made ones and look at solutions to help maintain our fantastic planet.
    • Subject: Earth Science
    • SC Standards: 3-LS4-1, 3-LS4-4
  • Weather You Like It or Not: Weather happens every day, but how… and why? Students will take on the role of meteorologists as they participate in interactive displays exploring the “three ingredients” of weather: temperature, precipitation, and air. They will discover how the weather changes throughout the year and how to stay safe when it turns severe. With plenty of instruments to help young scientists collect data and take readings, this class is sure to be a hit, no matter the season!
    • Subject: Earth Science
    • SC Standards: 3-ESS2-2, 3-ESS3-1

Fourth Grade

  • Motion Commotion: Discover the world of motion in this high energy program that teaches students about how different forces affect the way things move. We’ll use catapults to conduct experiments on objects with varying masses, shapes, and friction. Students will zoom across the room, experiencing how speed and velocity get us from place to place. Newton’s “Laws of Motion” will be put to the test in this action filled program.
    • Subject: Physical Science
    • SC Standards: 4-PS3-1, 4-PS3-2, 4-PS3-3
  • Terra-Formers (Lab): Explore with us as we dissect our world to learn how our beautiful Earth came to be and how it continues to change every day. We’ll explore both natural changes and man-made ones and look at solutions to help maintain our fantastic planet.
    • Subject: Earth Science
    • SC Standards: 4-ESS1-1, 4-ESS2-1, 4-ESS2-2, 4-ESS3-2

Fifth Grade

  • It’s Just a Phase (Lab): Solids and liquids and gases, oh my! Embark on a fantastic voyage through the phases of matter as we learn how they are used and how they change… right before our eyes! Using dry ice and liquid nitrogen, our educators will make balloons disappear, kettles whistle, and flash freeze marshmallows as a tasty frozen treat for your students to try!
    • Subject: Physical Science
    • SC Standards: 5-PS1-1, 5-PS1-2, 5-PS1-3, 5-PS1-4
  • Motion Commotion: Discover the world of motion in this high energy program that teaches students about how different forces affect the way things move. We’ll use catapults to conduct experiments on objects with varying masses, shapes, and friction. Students will zoom across the room, experiencing how speed and velocity get us from place to place. Newton’s “Laws of Motion” will be put to the test in this action filled program.
    • Subject: Physical Science
    • SC Standards: 5-PS2-1

Booking Form

Upon submitting this request and once received, our school and group scheduler will contact you via an email or phone call. Please check your spam folder for an email from edventure.org. Your field trip is not confirmed until you receive a confirmation letter from our school and group scheduler and payment arrangements have been made. 

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