National Distance Learning Week is just around the corner (November 7-11). The attached flyer highlights the offerings being brought to you by CA BOCES in partnership with the providers. This is a great opportunity for districts and teachers to give a virtual field trip a try at no charge to the district during DL week only. This event is supported in conjunction with the New York Distance Learning Consortium for Cattaraugus Allegany BOCES that participate in the Distance Learning CoSer. For additional information about Distance Learning Week call or email: Carrie Oliver—firstname.lastname@example.org /716-376-8270
2:00 p.m. November 7, 2016 (3rd - 5th grade): Make and Take with Polymers
Take an inside look at the properties surrounding polymers. What are they? What do they do? Where do we find them? Who uses them? This approach will feature a discussion of chemistry base properties of solids, liquids and gases, and then compare polymers to these chemical concepts. Do polymers defy the rules of chemistry? We will also look into why they are important and what careers are involved. We will also demonstrate labs that can be easily conducted at home.
For more information on about the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, click this link h p://www.perotmuseum.org/events-and-programs/school-programs/sciencecast-distance/learning/ index.html
10:00 a.m. November 8, 2016 (4th-7th): Bodyworks
What does a real heart look like? How does its function relate to our brain, muscles, bones and lungs? This pro- gram uses preserved human specimens, anatomical modes, and physical exam techniques to impress your students with their own insides. From cells to issues to organs, we overview human skeletal, muscular, nervous, pulmonary and cardiovascular systems, relating their functions to healthy behavioral and nutritional choices.
For more information on about the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, click this link h ps://www.cmnh.org/ivc
1:30 pm November 9, 2016 (PreK - 2): Cobwebs for Christmas
Are you ready to add some "bling" to your Christmas? This fun and interactive lesson will explore the tradition of adding tinsel to Christmas trees. The charming folktale Cobweb Christmas by Shirly Climo is set in Germany and focuses on some curious spiders paying a visit to Tante's tree. Incorporating Science, Language Arts, and Technology standards, students will discuss characteristics of arachnids using observation, compare and contrast different arachnids, and identify key elements of our story.
For more information on about the Muskingham Valley Educational Service Center, click this link https://www.mvesc.org/
9:00 am November 10, 2016 (K - 3): How to Make An Artist
Students are introduced to artists and their work through picture-book biographies. During this program which makes strong connections between language arts and visual art, students create art in the style of Frederic Reming- ton and Georgia O'Keeffe. The program is a great intro to a fine arts museum.
For more information about the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, click this link h p://www.cartermuseum.org/learn/distance-learning
1:00 pm November 10, 2016 (K - 8): All About Matter
Bubbles, eyedroppers, dry ice and liquid nitrogen are a part of an incredibly interactive program focusing on states and properties of matter.
For more information about the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, click this link h p://www.fwmuseum.org/distance-learning