We’d like to remind you that Curator Leslie Moclock is bringing the Rice Museum to your classroom throughÂ FieldTripZoomÂ on Thursday, January 12!
If you’d like to participate, please make sure youÂ pre-register with FieldTripZoom so that you can seamlessly join the presentation on the morning of the event.Â If you’re already registered for FieldTripZoom, just follow the normal procedure, we’re in the catalog!
A recap of the event information follows:
On Thursday, January 12, we will be participating in an interactive livestream event through FieldTripZoom. Curator Leslie Moclock will take your students on a tour of our phenomenal collection of petrified wood. You’ll learn all about how wood fossils form and what they can tell us about Earth’s history, from ancient life to modern mountain building.
This presentation addresses topics including ancient life, fossilization, regional geography, climate, and volcanoes. It’s geared for earth science students in grades 4-6 but those who are a little younger or a little older can appreciate it as well.
Join us next Thursday to delve deeper into Earth Science!
What: Phenomenal Petrified Wood (Grades 4-6)
Where: Your classroom, tuning into the Rice Museum via Field Trip Zoom
When:Â Thursday, Jan 12. Live sessions at 8:10 AM, 9:10 AM, and 12:10 PM (Pacific time)
How: If your district, classroom, or homeschool group is not subscribed to FieldTripZoom, you can access this program via a free trial. Simply send an email to email@example.com and request the Rice Museum’s program for January 12. (After following the link, you will have to scroll down to find our museum’s program details.)
If you are already subscribed, just log in to your account and select our programÂ from the Zone Calendar.
FieldTripZoom partners with museums and other educational institutions all over the US to facilitate unique live and interactive educational experiences between educational content providers and K-12 educators, students and homeschoolers. We are pleased to host this opportunity on their platform.