I'm going to give you some picture highlights of the trip, so that you can plan to check it out for your students.
Oh- one way that they're keeping things really cross-curricular is with the Aid of a book called Oscar I am, Harry I was?!? It traces a water molecule- Hannah, Harry, and Oscar- through SC and all the stations tie back to these three atoms and the letters that are subsequently related to bring it to each generation and make it real. I'm planning to read parts of the book to both my social studies and science classes as we progress through our units.
|In the wet lab|
|Watching the plankton and jellyfish from the Harbor on the smart |
board via a very cool microscope camera.
|hermit crab comes out to play|
|smallest horseshoe crab I've seen|
|Now THAT's a sewing machine!|
|math project in ratios|
|I should've kept with scouting- these are only some of the knots.|
|Learning about living spaces- another standard- and the only|
baby ever born onboard, and how the men treated the baby
|class A propaganda|
|It starts with a K- medical area station|
|SC landforms, etc.|
|the sub- the Clamgore|
|Medal of Honor Museum|
|His medal of honor paperwork was "lost" for 70 |
|The medals for the different branches|
|part of the little Vietnam. There is a small city that looks|
just like Mash!