Grades 3-5 - Smithsonian Museum Virtual Field Trip
EQ - How can I use the internet to explore new places and gain new knowledge?

Today we are taking a virtual field trip of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. You will be working in groups to explore this amazing museum, practice using a map to navigate, and fill out the scavenger hunt Google form as you learn. Take your time while browsing to be sure that you and your partner get the full experience. You will be submitting your form at the end of class.

Some things to consider:
- Both you and your partner should have the tour up on your screens.
-You only have to fill out one Museum Scavenger Hunt Google Form.
- Make sure that you answer all questions in complete sentences.
-Try your best to get to all of the exhibits.
- Museum Must Sees! ( )
- Have fun! Of course you are here to learn, but honestly, I want you to have first. Shhhh....Don't tell anyone!

Click the link below to get started!

Your Name(s)
First and Last (Names get capital letters at the beginning, ALWAYS!)
Your answer
Your Teacher's Name
Please Just write the name, without (Mr,Ms,Mrs) Ex. Lawson
Your answer
What is the first thing your group noticed when you looked at the floor maps?
Your answer
Let's find some fun facts!
Why did Egyptian Pilgrims buy mummies?
Your answer
How long ago was the Mesozoic Era?
(Google it, if you can't find the answer in the museum. USE THOSE RESOURCES!)
Your answer
In what century did William Harvey discover how blood circulates in the body?
(Google it, if you can't find the answer in the museum. USE THOSE RESOURCES!)
Your answer
What does it take to live in the deep water column?
Your answer
What is the museum's address?
(Google It!)
Your answer
Which exhibit was your groups favorite and why?
Your answer
If your grade level was to plan a trip to the Smithsonian National Museum of National History, what time would you set as the time we would leave the school. Also, what time would you have us leave the museum to come back? What factors help you choose these times? How much would the museum tickets cost students and parents?
Your answer
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