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### Children’s Adventure Garden

**Children's Adventure Garden Learning Galleries
Monday–Friday
K-8th Grade
$10 per child | 1:8 teacher/chaperone free**

Includes Main Garden access

Come explore our unique 8-acre adventure dedicated to making science and nature come alive for your students. All program reservations in the Children's Adventure Garden include pre- and post-visit resource guides to use in your classroom and access to our entire garden. All content is customized for your specific grade level needs.

**Little Sprouts Garden Adventures
**

**Squirrel Adventure**

*K–1st Grade*

This fun, interactive outdoor program focuses on living and nonliving things and their interactions within habitats. Other features include a big book story children can act out and a puppet show in our Little Sprouts outdoor theater in the Children’s Adventure Garden. [Offered August-December]

K.2(A), K.8(B), K.9(B)

1.2(A), 1.8(B), 1.8(C), 1.9(B)

TEKS:TEKS:

K.2(A), K.8(B), K.9(B)

1.2(A), 1.8(B), 1.8(C), 1.9(B)

* NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
Patterns, Systems and System Models, Structure and Function, Stability and Change*

**Butterfly Adventure
**

*K–1st Grade*

This exciting, engaging outdoor program brings growth, change and metamorphosis to life with a big book story children can act out and a puppet show in our Little Sprouts outdoor theater in the Children’s Adventure Garden. [Offered March-June]

K.2(A), K.8(B), K.9(B), K.10(D)

1.2(A), 1.8(B), 1.10(C), 1.10(D)

TEKS:TEKS:

K.2(A), K.8(B), K.9(B), K.10(D)

1.2(A), 1.8(B), 1.10(C), 1.10(D)

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts: **

Patterns, Systems and System Models, Structure and Function, Stability and Change

**Moody Oasis
**

*K–6th Grade*

**New! Monarch Mania**

Texas is a prime spot to observe monarch butterflies - it lies between the breeding grounds to the north and the overwintering areas of Mexico. Our certified Monarch Waystation is the perfect place to observe monarchs and many other pollinators. In this class, children learn all about the fascinating life of the monarch butterfly and what you can do to help them survive. You may even spot some in the garden! [Peak times are typically early October and late March]

K.2(D), K.2(E), K.3(B), K.4(B),

TEKS:TEKS:

K.2(D), K.2(E), K.3(B), K.4(B),

*K.2(A), K.2(B), K.2 (C), K.9(A), K.9(B), K.10(A)*

1.2(B), 1.2(C), 1.2(D), 1.2(E), 1.3(B),

1.2(B), 1.2(C), 1.2(D), 1.2(E), 1.3(B),

*1.9(A), 1.9(C), 1.10(A)*

2

2

*.2(B), 2.2(C), 2.2(D), 2.2(E), 2.2(F), 2.3(B), 2.9(A), 2.9(B), 2.9(C), 2.10(A), 2.10(C)*

3.2(E), 3.3A, 3.3(A), 3.9(A), 3.10(A), 3.10(C)

4.3(A), 4.3(B), 4.4(A),3.2(E), 3.3A, 3.3(A), 3.9(A), 3.10(A), 3.10(C)

4.3(A), 4.3(B), 4.4(A),

*4.10(C)*

5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.3(A), 5.4(A), 5.9(A), 5.9(C), 5.10(A), 5.10(C)

6.3(A), 6.3(B), 6.3(C), 6.4(A), 6.12(A), 6.12(C), 6.12(E)5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.3(A), 5.4(A), 5.9(A), 5.9(C), 5.10(A), 5.10(C)

6.3(A), 6.3(B), 6.3(C), 6.4(A), 6.12(A), 6.12(C), 6.12(E)

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:**

Patterns, Systems and System Models, Structure and Function, Stability and Change

**Path to Pollen
**Are insects our friends or foes? Are they pests? No! 75% of all flowering plants need animal pollinators. This includes the majority of the plant foods in our diet. Learn about the important relationships between plants and insects and how each are adapted to benefit from one another.

K.2(A), K.2(C), K.2(E), K.3(B), K.3(C), K.4(A), K.10(A), K.10(B)

1.2(A), 1.2(C), 1.2(E), 1.3(B), 1.3(C), 1.4(A), 1.9(B), 1.10(A), 1.10(B)

2.2(A), 2.2(C), 2.2(E), 2.3(B), 2.4(A), 2.9(C), 2.10(A), 2.10(B)

3.2(C), 3.2(E), 3.2(F), 3.4(A), 3.10(A), 3.10(B)

4.1(A), 4.3 (C), 4.3(D), 4.4(A), 4.10(C)

5.2(A), 5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.3(A), 5.4(A), 5.9(A), 5.9(C), 5.10(A), 5.10(C)

6.2(C), 6.2(E), 6.3(A), 6.3(B), 6.3(C), 6.4(A),

**TEKS:**K.2(A), K.2(C), K.2(E), K.3(B), K.3(C), K.4(A), K.10(A), K.10(B)

1.2(A), 1.2(C), 1.2(E), 1.3(B), 1.3(C), 1.4(A), 1.9(B), 1.10(A), 1.10(B)

2.2(A), 2.2(C), 2.2(E), 2.3(B), 2.4(A), 2.9(C), 2.10(A), 2.10(B)

3.2(C), 3.2(E), 3.2(F), 3.4(A), 3.10(A), 3.10(B)

4.1(A), 4.3 (C), 4.3(D), 4.4(A), 4.10(C)

5.2(A), 5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.3(A), 5.4(A), 5.9(A), 5.9(C), 5.10(A), 5.10(C)

6.2(C), 6.2(E), 6.3(A), 6.3(B), 6.3(C), 6.4(A),

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:**

Patterns, Systems and System Models, Structure and Function, Stability and Change

** Living Cycles
**

*1st–5th Grade*

This program is all about growth and change. Students compare the physical appearance of adults and offspring to assess how plants and animals change over time. Students investigate pollinators and their role in the ecosystem. In the gallery, students identify and observe the role of decomposers, methods of seed dispersal and pollination.

K.2(A), K.2(E), K.3(B), K.4(A), K.4(B), K.9(A, K.10(C), K.10(D)

1.2(A), 1.2(D), 1.2(E), 1.3(B), 1.4(A), 1.9(B), 1.9(C), 1.10(A), 1.10(B), 1.10(C), 1.10(D)

TEKS:TEKS:

K.2(A), K.2(E), K.3(B), K.4(A), K.4(B), K.9(A, K.10(C), K.10(D)

1.2(A), 1.2(D), 1.2(E), 1.3(B), 1.4(A), 1.9(B), 1.9(C), 1.10(A), 1.10(B), 1.10(C), 1.10(D)

*2.2(A), 2.2(D), 2.2(E), 2.3(B), 2.4(A), 2.9(C), 2.10(A), 2.10(B), 2.10(C)*

3.2(D), 3.2(F), 3.4(A), 3.9(A), 3.10(A), 3.10(B), 3.10(C)

4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.3(C), 4.4(A), 4.9(A), 4.10(A), 4.10(B), 4.10(C)

5.2(B), 5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.4(A), 5.9(A), 5.10(A)

3.2(D), 3.2(F), 3.4(A), 3.9(A), 3.10(A), 3.10(B), 3.10(C)

4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.3(C), 4.4(A), 4.9(A), 4.10(A), 4.10(B), 4.10(C)

5.2(B), 5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.4(A), 5.9(A), 5.10(A)

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:**

Patterns, Systems and System Models, Structure and Function, Stability and Change

** Habitats
**

*K-5th Grade*

Students explore the basic needs of plants and animals by modeling a food web in a giant eagle’s nest with larger than life eggs. Students then explore the Discovery Loop Trail, using a grade-specific trail guide through a woods and a meadow to investigate what lives in a rotting log, a tree snag and in the tree tops.

K.2(A), K.2(C), K.2(D), K.2(E), K.3(A), K.4(A), K.4(B), K.9(A), K.9(B)

TEKS:TEKS:

K.2(A), K.2(C), K.2(D), K.2(E), K.3(A), K.4(A), K.4(B), K.9(A), K.9(B)

*1.2(A), 1.2(C), 1.2(D), 1.2(E), 1.4(A), 1.9(A), 1.9(B), 1.9(C), 1.10(A)*

*2.2(A), 2.2(C), 2.2(D), 2.2(E), 2.4(A), 2.9(A), 2.9(C)*

3.2(F), 3.4(A), 3.9(A), 3.9(B), 3.9(C)

4.2(B), 4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.4(A), 4.9(A), 4.9(B)

5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.4(A), 5.9(A), 5.9(B), 5.9(C)

3.2(F), 3.4(A), 3.9(A), 3.9(B), 3.9(C)

4.2(B), 4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.4(A), 4.9(A), 4.9(B)

5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.4(A), 5.9(A), 5.9(B), 5.9(C)

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:**

Patterns, Cause and Effect, Systems and System Models, Stability and Change

** Incredible Edible***
K–6th Grade*

Which foods provide us with the most energy? How much of our plates should be fruits and vegetables? Where do we get our food? In this program, students explore healthy food choices, uncover where food comes from and investigate new techniques currently used in urban farming.

K.1(C), K.9(B)

1.1(C), 1.9(A)

2.1(C), 2.9(A)

3.1(B), 3.9(B)

4.1(B), 4.9(A), 4.9(B)

5.1(B), 5.9(B)

6.1(B)

K.1(B), K.9(B)

1.1(A)

2.1(C), 2.1(D)

3.1(A), 3.1(C), 3.2(D)

4.1(A), 4.1(B), 4.1(F)

5.1(A), 5.1(B), 5.1(C)

6.1(A), 6.1(B)

Science TEKS:Science TEKS:

K.1(C), K.9(B)

1.1(C), 1.9(A)

2.1(C), 2.9(A)

3.1(B), 3.9(B)

4.1(B), 4.9(A), 4.9(B)

5.1(B), 5.9(B)

6.1(B)

**Health TEKS:**K.1(B), K.9(B)

1.1(A)

2.1(C), 2.1(D)

3.1(A), 3.1(C), 3.2(D)

4.1(A), 4.1(B), 4.1(F)

5.1(A), 5.1(B), 5.1(C)

6.1(A), 6.1(B)

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts: **

Cause and Effect, Scale, Proportion and Quantity, Energy and Matter, Stability and Change

** Plants Are Alive
**

*K-2nd Grade*

**New! Pumpkin Powered**

Each autumn, the Arboretum is transformed by thousands of pumpkins, gourds and squash. During our seasonally-spiced version of Plants are Alive, students will learn about the differences between living and nonliving things and then explore the structures and functions of the parts of a pumpkin plant. Students can even take seeds back to school for planting and observation! Don’t miss our breathtaking pumpkin display in the Main Garden before or after your class.

[Offered 9/25-11/17 only]

K.2(A), K.2(C), K.2(E), K.3(B), K.3(C), K.4(A), K.4(B), K.9(A), K.9(B), K.10(B), K.10(C), K.10(D)

TEKS:TEKS:

K.2(A), K.2(C), K.2(E), K.3(B), K.3(C), K.4(A), K.4(B), K.9(A), K.9(B), K.10(B), K.10(C), K.10(D)

*1.2(A), 1.2(C), 1.2(D), 1.2(E), 1.3(B), 1.3(C), 1.4(A), 1.4(B), 1.9(A), 1.10(B)*

2.2(A), 2.2(C), 2.2(D), 2.2(E), 2.3(B), 2.9(A), 2.9(B), 2.10(B)

2.2(A), 2.2(C), 2.2(D), 2.2(E), 2.3(B), 2.9(A), 2.9(B), 2.10(B)

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:**

Systems and System Models, Structure and Function, Stability and Change

**Root to Fruit
**How do we know that plants are alive? In this program, students learn about living and nonliving things through hands-on activities and songs. Students investigate the similarities and differences between the same parts of different plants and explore the gallery to report back on their findings.

K.2(A), K.2(C), K.2(E), K.3(B), K.3(C), K.4(A), K.4(B), K.9(A), K.9(B), K.10(B), K.10(C), K.10(D)

TEKS:TEKS:

K.2(A), K.2(C), K.2(E), K.3(B), K.3(C), K.4(A), K.4(B), K.9(A), K.9(B), K.10(B), K.10(C), K.10(D)

*1.2(A), 1.2(C), 1.2(D), 1.2(E), 1.3(B), 1.3(C), 1.4(A), 1.4(B), 1.9(A), 1.10(B)*

2.2(A), 2.2(B), 2.2(C), 2.2(E), 2.3(B), 2.9(A), 2.9(B), 2.10(B)

2.2(A), 2.2(B), 2.2(C), 2.2(E), 2.3(B), 2.9(A), 2.9(B), 2.10(B)

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:**

Systems and System Models, Structure and Function, Stability and Change

** Texas Native Wetlands
Wetlands Biologist**

*How healthy is our habitat? Bring your students to an outdoor island classroom to collect data in our Texas Native Wetlands. Students will make connections between living and nonliving parts of the environment to determine the health of our waterway using cutting edge scientific tools.*

1st–8th Grade

1st–8th Grade

1.1(A), 1.1(C), 1.2(A), 1.2(C), 1.2(D), 1.2(E), 1.3(B), 1.3(C), 1.4(A), 1.4(B), 1.9(A), 1.9(C), 1.10(A), 1.10(C), 1.10(D)

2.1(A), 2.1(C), 2.2(A), 2.2(C), 2.2(D), 2.2(E), 2.2(F), 2.3(B), 2.3(C), 2.4(A), 2.9(A), 2.9(C), 2.10(A), 2.10(C)

3.1(A), 3.1(B), 3.2(B), 3.2(A), 3.2(D), 3.2(E), 3.2(F), 3.3(C), 3.4(A), 3.9(A), 3.10(A), 3.10(C)

4.1(A), 4.2(B), 4.2(C), 4.2(D), 4.2(E), 4.2(F), 4.3(D), 4.4(A), 4.9(A), 4.10(A), 4.10(C)

5.1(A), 5.1(B), 5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.3(D), 5.4(A), 5.9(A), 5.9(C), 5.9(D), 5.10(A), 5.10(C)

6.1(A), 6.1(B), 6.2(C), 6.2(E), 6.3(D),6.4(A), 6.12(E)

7.1(A), 7.1(B), 7.2(C), 7.2(E), 7.4(A), 7.10(A), 7.10(B), 7.12(A)

8.1(A), 8.1(B), 8.2(C), 8.2(E), 8.4(A), 8.11(A), 8.11(B)

TEKS:TEKS:

1.1(A), 1.1(C), 1.2(A), 1.2(C), 1.2(D), 1.2(E), 1.3(B), 1.3(C), 1.4(A), 1.4(B), 1.9(A), 1.9(C), 1.10(A), 1.10(C), 1.10(D)

2.1(A), 2.1(C), 2.2(A), 2.2(C), 2.2(D), 2.2(E), 2.2(F), 2.3(B), 2.3(C), 2.4(A), 2.9(A), 2.9(C), 2.10(A), 2.10(C)

3.1(A), 3.1(B), 3.2(B), 3.2(A), 3.2(D), 3.2(E), 3.2(F), 3.3(C), 3.4(A), 3.9(A), 3.10(A), 3.10(C)

4.1(A), 4.2(B), 4.2(C), 4.2(D), 4.2(E), 4.2(F), 4.3(D), 4.4(A), 4.9(A), 4.10(A), 4.10(C)

5.1(A), 5.1(B), 5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.3(D), 5.4(A), 5.9(A), 5.9(C), 5.9(D), 5.10(A), 5.10(C)

6.1(A), 6.1(B), 6.2(C), 6.2(E), 6.3(D),6.4(A), 6.12(E)

7.1(A), 7.1(B), 7.2(C), 7.2(E), 7.4(A), 7.10(A), 7.10(B), 7.12(A)

8.1(A), 8.1(B), 8.2(C), 8.2(E), 8.4(A), 8.11(A), 8.11(B)

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:**

Patterns, Cause and Effect, Scale, Proportion and Quantity, Systems and System Models, Energy and Matter, Stability and Change

Freshwater Ecologist *4th–8th Grade
*Join us as students learn about the diversity a freshwater ecologist might find in the wetlands. Explore creatures from various kingdoms that are part of the unseen freshwater ecosystem. Using grade-appropriate scientific equipment, students learn to make their own wet slides from water samples. Then, students use observation skills to make inferences about the creatures living in the wetlands.

4.1(A), 4.1(B), 4.2(B), 4.2(C), 4.2(D), 4.2(E), 4.2(F), 4.3(D), 4.4(A), 4.9(A), 4.9(B), 4.10(A)

TEKS:TEKS:

4.1(A), 4.1(B), 4.2(B), 4.2(C), 4.2(D), 4.2(E), 4.2(F), 4.3(D), 4.4(A), 4.9(A), 4.9(B), 4.10(A)

*5.1(A), 5.1(B), 5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.2(G), 5.3(D), 5.4(A), 5.9(A), 5.9(B), 5.9(C), 5.10(A)*

6.1(A), 6.1(B), 6.2(C), 6.2(D), 6.2(E), 6.4(A), 6.12(A), 6.12(B), 6.12(C), 6.12(D), 6.12(E)

7.1(A), 7.1(B), 7.2(C), 7.2(D), 7.2(E), 7.4(A), 7.10(A), 7.10(B), 7.11(A)), 7.12(A), 7.12(D)

8.1(A),8.1(B), 8.2(C), 8.2(D), 8.2(E), 8.4(A), 8.11(C)

6.1(A), 6.1(B), 6.2(C), 6.2(D), 6.2(E), 6.4(A), 6.12(A), 6.12(B), 6.12(C), 6.12(D), 6.12(E)

7.1(A), 7.1(B), 7.2(C), 7.2(D), 7.2(E), 7.4(A), 7.10(A), 7.10(B), 7.11(A)), 7.12(A), 7.12(D)

8.1(A),8.1(B), 8.2(C), 8.2(D), 8.2(E), 8.4(A), 8.11(C)

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:**

Patterns, Cause and Effect, Scale, Proportion and Quantity, Systems and System Models, Energy and Matter, Stability and Change

**Earth Cycles
**

**Earth from Space**

*2nd-–8th Grade*

Life on Earth is dominated by regular and repeating patterns. In this program, students learn all about the relationships between the seasons, moon phases, shadows and planets through hands-on demonstrations and a focused student activity in the gallery. If you’ve been struggling to show the connections between these topics, this is the class for you!

2.2(A), 2.3(B), 2.4(A), 2.8(A), 2.8(B), 2.8(C), 2.8(D)

TEKS:TEKS:

2.2(A), 2.3(B), 2.4(A), 2.8(A), 2.8(B), 2.8(C), 2.8(D)

*3.2(B), 3.2(C), 3.2(D), 3.2(F), 3.3(C), 3.4(A), 3.8(A), 3.8(B), 3.8(C), 3.8(D)*

4.2(B), 4.2(C), 4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.3(C), 4.4(A), 4.8(A), 4.8(B), 4.8(C)

5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.2(G), 5.4(A), 3.8(D), 5.8(A), 5.8(B), 5.8(C), 5.8(D)

6.2(D), 6.2(E), 6.3(C), 6.4(A)

7.2(D), 7.2(E), 7.3(C), 7.4(A)

8.2(D), 8.3(C), 8.4(A), 8.7(A), 8.7(B), 8.7(C), 8.10(A)

4.2(B), 4.2(C), 4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.3(C), 4.4(A), 4.8(A), 4.8(B), 4.8(C)

5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.2(G), 5.4(A), 3.8(D), 5.8(A), 5.8(B), 5.8(C), 5.8(D)

6.2(D), 6.2(E), 6.3(C), 6.4(A)

7.2(D), 7.2(E), 7.3(C), 7.4(A)

8.2(D), 8.3(C), 8.4(A), 8.7(A), 8.7(B), 8.7(C), 8.10(A)

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:**

Patterns, Cause and Effect, Scale, Proportion and Quantity, Systems and System Models, Stability and Change

**Dynamic Earth***
4th–8th Grade*

The Earth is always changing. Weathering, erosion and deposition and the movement of tectonic plates cause changes to the Earth’s surface. In this program, your students will participate in hands-on inquiry with actual rock samples and observe natural processes of change at our interactive stream table. A focused student activity helps students discover the dynamic, natural world as they explore the gallery. Bring Earth science to life in our outdoor learning lab!

4.2(B), 4.2(C), 4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.3(C), 4.4(A), 4.7(A), 4.7(B)

5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.2(G), 5.4(A), 3.8(D), 4.7(A), 5.7(A), 5.7(B)

6.2(D), 6.2(E), 6.3(C), 6.4(A), 6.10(A), 6.10(B), 6.10(C), 6.10(D)

7.2(D), 7.2(E), 7.3(C), 7.4(A), 7.8(A), 7.8(B), 7.8(C)

8.2(D), 8.3(C), 8.4(A), 7.8(C), 8.9(A), 8.9(B), 8.9(C)

TEKS:TEKS:

4.2(B), 4.2(C), 4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.3(C), 4.4(A), 4.7(A), 4.7(B)

5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.2(G), 5.4(A), 3.8(D), 4.7(A), 5.7(A), 5.7(B)

6.2(D), 6.2(E), 6.3(C), 6.4(A), 6.10(A), 6.10(B), 6.10(C), 6.10(D)

7.2(D), 7.2(E), 7.3(C), 7.4(A), 7.8(A), 7.8(B), 7.8(C)

8.2(D), 8.3(C), 8.4(A), 7.8(C), 8.9(A), 8.9(B), 8.9(C)

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:**

Patterns, Cause and Effect, Scale, Proportion and Quantity, Systems and System Models, Stability and Change

** Kaleidoscope
**

*3rd–8th Grade*

Students explore how science is the study of natural patterns and how these patterns can be of use to humans. Students will first investigate patterns regularly found in nature and then explore how patterns can be analyzed with math by looking at the Fibonacci sequence. The experience continues as students explore the gallery and quantify the most commonly observed shapes in plants, how that shape could be an adaptation and how humans have made use of that shape.

3.2(B), 3.2(D), 3.2(F), 3.3(C), 3.3(D), 3.4(A), 3.10(A)

4.1(B), 4.2(B), 4.2(C), 4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.3(C), 4.3(D), 4.4(A), 4.10(A)

5.1(B), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.3(D), 5.10(A)

6.2(D), 6.2(E), 6.3(B), 6.3(D)

7.2(C), 7.2(D), 7.2(E), 7.3(B), 7.3(D), 7.4(A)

8.2(C), 8.2(D), 8.2(E), 8.3(D)

Science TEKS:Science TEKS:

3.2(B), 3.2(D), 3.2(F), 3.3(C), 3.3(D), 3.4(A), 3.10(A)

4.1(B), 4.2(B), 4.2(C), 4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.3(C), 4.3(D), 4.4(A), 4.10(A)

5.1(B), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.3(D), 5.10(A)

6.2(D), 6.2(E), 6.3(B), 6.3(D)

7.2(C), 7.2(D), 7.2(E), 7.3(B), 7.3(D), 7.4(A)

8.2(C), 8.2(D), 8.2(E), 8.3(D)

**Art TEKS:**

3.1(B)

4.1(B)

5.1(B)

6.1(B)

7.1(B)

8.1(B)

**Math TEKS:**

3.1(A), 3.1(D), 3.1(E), 3.1(F), 3.1(G), 3.8(A)

4.1(A), 4.1(D), 4.1(E), 4.1(F), 4.1(G), 4.9(A)

5.1(A),5.1(D), 5.1(E), 5.1(F), 5.1(G),5.9(A)

*6.1(A), 6.1(D), 6.1(E), 6.1(F), 6.1(G), 6.5(A), 6.12(A), 6.13(A)
7.1(A), 7.1(D), 7.1(E), 7.1(F), 7.1(G), 7.5(A), 7.5(C), 7.6(C), 7.6(F), 7.6(H)
8.1(A), 8.1(D), 8.1(E), 8.1(F), 8.1(G), 8.3(A)*

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:**

Patterns, Scale, Proportion and Quantity, Systems and System Models, Structure and Function

** OmniGlobe
Planetary Voyage
**

*3rd–8th Grade*

Explore the planets in our solar system in our Globe Theatre. Watch as the 5 foot tall sphere transforms NASA maps of the planets. Discover what makes each planet unique, including our irreplaceable planet Earth. This captivating program ensures great student engagement and allows for student feedback to shape the experience. Investigate space like never before!

3.1(B), 3.2(D), 3.2(F), 3.3(A), 3.3(C), 3.3(D), 3.6(C), 3.8(B), 3.8(D)

4.1(B), 4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.3(A), 4.3(C), 4.3(D)

TEKS:TEKS:

3.1(B), 3.2(D), 3.2(F), 3.3(A), 3.3(C), 3.3(D), 3.6(C), 3.8(B), 3.8(D)

4.1(B), 4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.3(A), 4.3(C), 4.3(D)

*5.1(B), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.3(A), 5.3(D), 5.8(C), 5.8(D)*

6.2(E), 6.3(A), 6.3(B), 6.3(C), 6.3(D), 6.11(A), 6.11(B), 6.11(C)

7.2(E), 7.3(A), 7.3(B), 7.3(C), 7.3(D), 7.9(A), 7.9(B)

8.2(E), 8.3(A), 8.3(B), 8.3(C), 8.3(D), 8.7(A), 8.8(A), 8.8(B), 8.8(C)

6.2(E), 6.3(A), 6.3(B), 6.3(C), 6.3(D), 6.11(A), 6.11(B), 6.11(C)

7.2(E), 7.3(A), 7.3(B), 7.3(C), 7.3(D), 7.9(A), 7.9(B)

8.2(E), 8.3(A), 8.3(B), 8.3(C), 8.3(D), 8.7(A), 8.8(A), 8.8(B), 8.8(C)

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:**

Patterns, Cause and Effect, Scale, Proportion and Quantity, Systems and System Models, Structure and Fuction

**Powerful Oceans***
3rd–8th Grade*

Discover the incredible role of oceans in creating and regulating weather on the largest OmniGlobe in Texas! Students will watch as the giant sphere models animations of ocean currents and hurricanes from satellite data and explore why we depend on the health of this valuable resource.

3.1(B), 3.2(D), 3.3(A), 3.3(C), 3.3(D), 3.9(A), 3.9(C)

4.1(B), 4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.3(A), 4.3(C), 4.3(D), 4.7(C), 4.8(B)

5.1(B), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.3(A), 5.3(D), 5.8(A), 5.8(B), 5.9(A), 5.9(C)

6.2(E), 6.3(A), 6.3(B), 6.3(C), 6.3(D), 6.9(A), 6.9(B)

7.3(A), 7.3(B), 7.3(C), 7.3(D), 7.6(A), 7.8(A)

8.2(E), 8.3(A), 8.3(B), 8.3(C), 8.3(D), 8.10(A), 8.10(B), 8.10(C), 8.11(D)

TEKS:TEKS:

3.1(B), 3.2(D), 3.3(A), 3.3(C), 3.3(D), 3.9(A), 3.9(C)

4.1(B), 4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.3(A), 4.3(C), 4.3(D), 4.7(C), 4.8(B)

5.1(B), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.3(A), 5.3(D), 5.8(A), 5.8(B), 5.9(A), 5.9(C)

6.2(E), 6.3(A), 6.3(B), 6.3(C), 6.3(D), 6.9(A), 6.9(B)

7.3(A), 7.3(B), 7.3(C), 7.3(D), 7.6(A), 7.8(A)

8.2(E), 8.3(A), 8.3(B), 8.3(C), 8.3(D), 8.10(A), 8.10(B), 8.10(C), 8.11(D)

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:**

Patterns, Cause and Effect, Scale, Proportion and Quantity, Systems and System Models, Structure and Function

**Pure Energy
**

*4th–6th Grade*

Students will first discuss forms and sources of energy and create a living circuit. Then, small teams explore our water, solar and wind islands to record data. Each island focuses on a different type of renewable energy. This program helps students develop a new understanding of alternative energy sources and the transfer of energy!

4.2(B), 4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.4(A), 4.6(A), 4.6(C), 4.7(C)

5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.4(A), 5.6(A), 5.6(B), 5.7(C)

6.2(C), 6.2(E), 5.4(A), 6.7(A), 6.8(A), 6.9(C)

TEKS:TEKS:

4.2(B), 4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.4(A), 4.6(A), 4.6(C), 4.7(C)

5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.4(A), 5.6(A), 5.6(B), 5.7(C)

6.2(C), 6.2(E), 5.4(A), 6.7(A), 6.8(A), 6.9(C)

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:**

Patterns, Cause and Effect, Systems and System Models, Stability and Change

### Classroom Lab Programs

**Monday–Friday
K-8th Grade
$10 per child | 1:8 teacher/chaperone free**

Includes Children’s Adventure Garden access

**Pumpkin Circle
**

*K–2nd Grade*

After distinguishing between living and nonliving things, students explore the basic needs, parts and functions of pumpkin plants. Students discuss the life cycle of a pumpkin and plant their own seeds to take back to school for observation. A walk through the Arboretum’s Pumpkin Village is the perfect culmination of this lesson. [Offered 9/25-11/17 only]

**TEKS: **

K.1A, K.1C, K.2C, K.2E, K.3B, K.4B, K.9A, K.9B, K.10D

1.1A, 1.1B, 1.1C, 1.2C, 1.2D, 1.2E, 1.3B, 1.4A, 1.9A, 1.10B

2.1A, 2.1B, 2.1C, 2.2C, 2.2E, 2.3B, 2.4A, 2.9A, 2.10B

*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
*

*Patterns, Cause and Effect, Structure and Function*
**Seedsational**

*K–2nd Grade*

Students classify living and nonliving things and explore the fascinating world of plants they see throughout the garden by investigating their basic needs, parts and functions. Students discuss plant life cycles and plant their own seeds to take back to school for observation.

**TEKS:**

*K.1A, K.1C, K.2C, K.2E, K.3B, K.4B, K.9A, K.9B, K.10D
1.1A, 1.1B, 1.1C, 1.2C, 1.2D, 1.2E, 1.3B, 1.4A, 1.9A, 1.10B
2.1A, 2.1B, 2.1C, 2.2C, 2.2E, 2.3B, 2.4A, 2.9A, 2.10B
*

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
**Patterns, Cause and Effect, Structure and Function

**Flight of the Honeybee**

*K-2nd Grade*

In this lab, your students will take on the roles of honeybees and flowers to act out the process of pollination and explore the interdependent relationship between these organisms. All students will closely examine honeybee and flower specimens to better understand how flowers attract pollinators and honeybees gather nectar and pollen.

**TEKS:**

K.1A, K.1B, K.1C, K.2C, K.2E, K.3B, K.4A, K.4B, K.10A, K.10B

1.1A, 1.1B, 1.1C, 1.2C, 1.2E, 1.4A, 1.4B, 1.9B, 1.9C, 1.10A, 1.10B

2.1A, 2.1B, 2.1C, 2.2C, 2.2E, 2.3B, 2.4A, 2.4B, 2.9C, 2.10A, 2.10B

*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
*

*Patterns, Systems and System Models, Structure and Function*

**NEW! What’s For Dinner?**

*K-2nd Grade*

Like all ecosystems, the Arboretum is a complex and active place, filled with interconnected organisms. In this lab, students explore two small but significant members of our ecosystem: pill bugs and millipedes. Terrariums with live organisms will be used to investigate living and nonliving things, basic needs of organisms and energy transfer through food chains.

**TEKS:**

K.1A, K.1B, K.1C, K.2B, K.2C, K.2D, K.2E, K.3C, K.4A, K.4B, K.9A, K.9B

1.1A, 1.1B, 1.1C, 1.2C, 1.2D, 1.2E, 1.3B, 1.3C, 1.4A, 1.9A, 1.9B, 1.9C

2.1A, 2.1B, 2.1C, 2.2C, 2.2D, 2.2E, 2.2F, 2.3B, 2.3C, 2.4A, 2.9C

*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
*

*Patterns, Systems and System Models, Structure and Function, Energy and Matter*

**NEW! Plant Detectives**

*K-2nd Grade*

Do all leaves look the same? What about stems and roots? In this lab students identify basic plant parts and investigate plant diversity by comparing and contrasting the unique structures of plants from various ecoregions in Texas. 2nd grade students will explore how the structures of plants allow them to meet their needs.

**TEKS:**

K.1A, K.1B, K.2C, K.2D, K.2E, K.4A, K.4B, K.9B, K.10A, K.10B

1.1A, 1.1B, 1.2C, 1.2E, 1.4A, 1.10B

2.1A, 2.1B, 2.2C, 2.2D, 2.2E, 2.3B, 2.4A, 2.10B

*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
*

*Patterns, Cause and Effect, Structure and Function*

**NEW! Earth Explorers**

*K-2nd Grade*

Introduce your students to the world of geology as they take a closer look at rocks and soils. Students will make close observations of diverse rock and soil samples and explore how we use these natural resources every day.

**TEKS:**

K.1A, K.2C, K.3B, K.3C, K.4A, K.4B, K.4A, K.7A, K.7C

1.1A, 1.2B, 1.2C, 1.2D, 1.2E, 1.3C, 1.4A, 1.4B, 1.5A, 1.7A, 1.7C

2.1A, 2.1B, 2.2C, 2.2D, 2.2 E, 2.2F, 2.3C, 2.4A, 2.4B, 2.5A, 2.7A, 2.7C

*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
*

*Patterns, Scale, Proportion and Quantity*

Wonders of Water

*K-2nd Grade*

Explore the wonderful world of water! In this lab students will first use tools to observe the properties of water and then identify how we use water every day. Students will discuss natural sources of water and work together to create a filter that can remove debris from a freshwater sample.

**TEKS:**

K.1A, K.1C, K.2C, K.2E, K.3A, K.4B, K.5A, K.5B, K.7C

1.1A, 1.1C, 1.2E, 1.3A, 1.4A, 1.5A, 1.5B, 1.7B, 1.7C

2.1A, 2.1C, 2.2E, 2.2F, 2.3A, 2.5A, 2.5B, 2.5C, 2.5D, 2.7B

*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
*

*Cause and Effect, Systems and System Models*

NEW! Restless Earth

*3rd-5th Grade*

Every place has a story. In this lab, students study maps to identify features of Earth’s surface. Then, they explore the slow processes that create geological change: weathering, erosion and deposition. Students use this information to explain why a certain place looks this way it does and predict how the area could change in the future.

**TEKS:**

3.1A, 3.2B, 3.2D, 3.2F, 3.3A, 3.4A, 3.7A

4.1A, 4.2B, 4.2D, 4.3A, 4.3C, 4.4A, 4.7B

5.1A, 5.2C, 5.2D, 5.3A, 5.3C, 5.4A, 5.7B

*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
*

*Cause and Effect, Scale, Proportion and Quantity, Energy and Matter, Stability and Change*

**H2 Oh!**

*3rd-5th Grade*

Water has some amazing properties! Students take a closer look at the physical properties of water and work in teams to create a usable water wheel, showing how this natural resource can serve as renewable source of energy.

**TEKS:**

3.1A, 3.1B, 3.2B, 3.4A, 3.5A, 3.6A, 3.7D

4.1A, 4.1B, 4.2B, 4.2F, 4.3C, 4.4A, 4.5A, 4.6A, 4.7C

5.1A, 5.1B, 5.2C, 5.2D, 5.2F, 5.4A, 5.5A, 5.6A, 5.7A

*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
*

*Cause and Effect, Systems and System Models, Structure and Function*

**
**

It’s A Bug’s Life

*2nd-5th Grade
* The Arboretum is home to hundreds of plant and animal species, including many bugs! Students will identify ‘bug’ as an informal name given to terrestrial arthropods and observe live organisms to identify the traits that make insects different from other bugs. Students will look closely at insect adaptations and life cycles. Older students will also identify and describe the difference between complete and incomplete metamorphosis.

**TEKS: **

2.1A, 2.1C, 2.2C, 2.2D, 2.2E, 2.2F, 2.3C, 2.4A, 2.10A, 2.10C

3.1A, 3.1B, 3.2B, 3.2C, 3.2D, 3.2E, 3.2F, 3.3D, 3.4A, 3.10A, 3.10C

4.1A, 4.1B, 4.2B, 4.2C, 4.2D, 4.2E, 4.2F, 4.3D, 4.4A, 4.10A, 4.10C

5.1A, 5.1B, 5.2C, 5.2D, 5.2E, 5.2F, 5.2G, 5.3D, 5.4B, 5.10A, 5.10C

*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
*

*Patterns, Systems and System Models*

**NEW! Plant Secrets**

*3rd-5th Grade*

Although the Arboretum is home to many plants, not all the plants in our gardens are adapted to thrive in the Dallas area. In this lab, students make observations of a diverse selection of plants from the ecoregions of Texas and explore how each plant’s structures allow it to survive in a particular environment. Emphasis will be placed on supporting claims with evidence.

**TEKS:**

3.1A, 3.2D, 3.2F, 3.3C, 3.4A, 3.10A

4.1A, 4.2B, 4.2D, 4.2F, 4.3C, 4.4A, 4.10A

5.1A, 5.2C, 5.2D, 5.2F, 5.4A, 5.10A

*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
*

*Scale, Proportion and Quantity, Structure and Function*

**Buzz On Bees**

*3rd-5th Grade*

Honeybees are essential to our food production and their numbers have declined in recent years. In this problem-based lab, students collect and analyze data from different hives to identify the likely causes of colony collapse disorder and explore what they can do to help.

**TEKS:**

3.2A, 3.2B, 3.2C, 3.2D, 3.2E, 3.2F, 3.3C, 3.3D, 3.4A, 3.9B, 3.9C

4.2A, 4.2B, 4.2C, 4.2D, 4.2E, 4.2F, 4.3C, 4.3D, 4.4A, 4.9B

5.2C, 5.2D, 5.2E, 5.2F, 5.2G, 5.3C, 5.3D, 5.4A, 5.9A, 5.9C

**NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
**Cause and Effect, Systems and System Models, Structure and Function, Stability and Change

**Disappearing Act**

*3rd-6th Grade*

What happens when an organism in an ecosystem disappears? Students create a model of a Post Oak Savannah habitat and actively simulate how the local extinction of wolves in this area affects all components of the ecosystem.

**TEKS:**

3.1A, 3.1B, 3.2B, 3.2C, 3.2D, 3.2E, 3.2F, 3.3C, 3.3D, 3.4A, 3.9A, 3.9B

4.1A, 4.1B, 4.2B, 4.2C, 4.2D, 4.2E, 4.2F, 4.3C, 4.3D, 4.4A, 4.9B, 4.10A

5.1A, 5.1B, 5.2C, 5.2D, 5.2E, 5.2F, 5.2G, 5.3C, 5.3D, 5.4A, 5.9A, 5.9B, 5.9C

6.1A, 6.1B, 6.2C, 6.2D, 6.2E, 6.3B, 6.3C, 6.12E, 6.12F

*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
*

*Scale, Proportion and Quantity, Cause and Effect, Systems and System Models, Stability and Change*

**NEW! CSI in The Garden**

*5th-8th Grade*

Chemistry is everywhere, even in the soil beneath our feet at the garden. During this lab, students will learn about the importance of Earth’s most valuable resource, soil, and its chemical properties. Students assume the role of a crime scene investigator and use a soil test kit to look at the chemical properties of various soil samples to determine if fictional suspects were at the scene of a crime.

**TEKS:**

5.1(A), 5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(E), 5.2(F), 5.3(A), 5.3(D), 5.4(A), 5.5(A), 5.9(A)

6.1(A), 6.2(C), 6.2(E), 6.3(A), 6.4(A), 6.4(B), 6.5(A), 6.5(B), 6.12(E)

7.1(A), 7.2(C), 7.2(E), 7.3(A), 7.4(A), 7.4(B), 7.6(A), 7.10(A)

8.1(A), 8.2(C), 8.2(E), 8.3(A), 8.4(A), 8.4(B), 8.11(B)

*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
*

*Patterns and Change, Scale, Proportion and Quantity, Systems and System Models, Energy and Matter*

**Special Request Program**

*K–12th Grade*

Interested in a topic that you don’t see listed here? Additional programs are available, including custom labs on solar ovens, the rock cycle and more. Our staff educator will work with you to design a program that meets your students’ specific needs.

### Texas Native Plant Lab

**Monday–Friday
3rd-8th Grade
$10 per child | 1:8 teacher/chaperone free
Includes Children’s Adventure Garden admission **

Texas is home to a great diversity of flora and this program focuses on plants which are specially adapted to survive

on the plains, mountains and basins, including cacti and succulents, grasses and wildflowers. Through hands-on investigations utilizing digital equipment, students refine their scientific observation skills while exploring our newest educational garden. Get up close and personal with some of our state's most fascinating plants!

* TEKS:*

3.1(A), 3.2(B), 3.2(C), 3.2(D), 3.2(F), 3.4(A), 3.9(A), 3.9(C), 3.10(A)

4.1(A), 4.2(A), 4.2(B), 4.2(C), 4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.4(A), 4.9(A). 4.10(A)

5.1(A), 5.2(A), 5.2(B), 5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.4(A), 5.9(A), 5.9(C), 5.9(D), 5.10(A), 5.10(B)

6.1(A), 6.2(A), 6.2(B), 6.2(C), 6.2(E), 6.4(A), 6.12(A), 6.12(C), 6.12(D), 6.12(E)

7.1(A), 7.2(A), 7.2(B), 7.2(C), 7.2(E), 7.4(A), 7.10(A), 7.10(B), 7.10(C), 7.12(D), 7.14(B)

8.1(A), 8.2(A), 8.2(B), 8.2(C), 8.2(E), 8.4(A), 8.11(B), 8.11(C)

*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
*

*Patterns, Systems and System Models, Structure and Function, Stability and Change*

### Tree Works

**Monday-Friday
$10 per child | 1:8 teacher/chaperone free | $15 per additional adult
K-6th Grade
Price includes Children’s Adventure Garden admission**

Trees are amazing! How do many of these giant plants outlive humans? Some trees at the Arboretum are over 100 years old!Students discover the science of studying a tree and, through hands-on activities, investigate what they need to live a long life.

* TEKS:*

K.1(A), K.1(B), K.2(A), K.2(C), K.4(B), K.10(A), K.10(B)

1.2(A), 1.2(C), 1.2(E), 1.3(B), 1.3(C), 1.4(A), 1.4(B), 1.9(C), 1.10(B)

2.2(A), 2.2(C), 2.2(E), 2.2(F), 2.3(B), 2.3(C), 2.4(A), 2.4(B), 2.9(A), 2.9(B), 2.9(C), 2.10(B)

3.2(B), 3.2(F), 3.3(D), 3.4(A), 3.9(A), 3.9(B), 3.9(C), 3.10(A), 3.10(C)

4.2(B), 4.2(D), 4.2(F), 4.4(A), 4.9(A), 4.9(B), 4.10(A), 4.10(C)

5.2(B), 5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.2(F), 5.4(A), 5.9(A), 5.9(B), 5.9(C), 5.9(D), 5.10(A), 5.10(B)

*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
*

*Patterns, Cause and Effect, Scale, Proportion and Quantity, Systems and System Models, Structure and Function, Stability and Change*

### Nature’s Works of Art

**Monday–Friday
K – 5th Grade
$10 per child | 1:8 teacher/chaperone free
**Main Garden access only

Students complete three stations investigating the beauty and wonder of trees and flowers that have enchanted artists for centuries. An Arboretum educator leads students on an investigation to explore color, shape and texture in nature and highlights artistic skills in a variety of jobs at the Arboretum.

**Art TEKS:**

K.1(B)

1.1(B)

2.1(B), 2.3(C)

3.1(B), 3.3(C)

4.1(B), 4.3(C)

5.1(B), 5.3(C)

*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
*

*Patterns, Scale, Proportion and Quantity, Structure and Function*

### Exploring Elements of Photography

**Monday–Friday
K – 5th Grade
$10 per child | 1:8 teacher/chaperone free
Includes Children’s Adventure Garden admission **

Students investigate the basic elements of photography and analyze the photographer's process in capturing an image of nature in this Arboretum educator-led program. Students should bring personal or campus technology to create their own nature art during the program.

* Art TEKS:*

K.1(B), K.2(A)

1.1(B), 1.2(A)

2.1(A), 2.1(B), 2.2(A)

3.1(A), 3.2(A), 3.2(B), 3.3(C)

4.1(A), 4.2(A), 4.2(B), 4.2(C)

5.1(A), 5.2(A), 5.2(B), 5.2(C)

*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
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*Patterns, Scale, Proportion and Quantity, Structure and Function*

### Art at the Arboretum

**Monday–Friday
K – 5th Grade
$8 per child | 1:8 teacher/chaperone free**

Main Garden access only

Immerse your students in nature as they explore the beauty and wonder of Dallas' outdoor science laboratory. A teacher's guide and student journals are provided at check-in for this self-led artful trip around the Main Garden. Don't forget your pencils!

** Art TEKS:**

K.1(A), K.1(B), K.2(A)

*1.1(A), 1.1(B)
2.1(A), 2.1(B)
3.1(B), 3.2(A)
4.1(B), 4.2(B)
5.1(B), 5.2(A)
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*NGSS Crosscutting Concepts:
*

*Patterns, Scale, Proportion and Quantity, Structure and Function*

### Our Place at Your Pace

**Monday–Friday
Pre-K – 12th Grade Main Garden only
$8 per child | 1:8 teacher/chaperone free | $15 per additional adult
**Main Garden access only

Looking for something a little more flexible? Explore Dallas’ most beautiful classroom: the Arboretum’s 66-acre educational adventure on White Rock Lake. Explore the Main Garden, including the mist in the Palmer Fern Dell and investigate the fossils in the water walls at the Lay Ornamental Garden. Your students will be immersed in nature as they explore the beauty and wonder of Dallas’ outdoor science laboratory. We will even provide you with exploration materials to use during your self-guided visit.

** TEKS:**

K.2(A), K.4(A), K.9(A), K.9(B), K.10(A), K.10(B), K.10(C), K.10(D)

1.2(A), 1.4(A), 1.9(A), 1.9(B), 1.9(C), 1.10(A), 1.10(B), 1.10(C), 1.10(D)

2.2(A), 2.4(A), 2.9(A), 2.9(B), 2.9(C), 2.10(A), 2.10(B), 2.10(C)

3.2(A), 3.2(C), 3.2(D), 3.3(C), 3.4(A), 3.9(A), 3.9(B), 3.9(C), 3.10(A), 3.10(B), 3.10(C)

4.2(C), 4.2(D), 4.3(C), 4.4(A), 4.9(A), 4.9(B), 4.10(A), 4.10(B), 4.10(C)

5.2(C), 5.2(D), 5.4(A), 5.9(A), 5.9(B), 5.10(A), 5.10(B)

6.2(C), 6.2(D), 6.2(E), 6.4(A), 6.12(E), 6.12(F)

7.2(C), 7.2(E), 7.4(A), 7.10(A), 7.10(B), 7.11(A), 7.12(A), 7.13(A), 7.13(B)

8.2(C), 8.2(E), 8.4(A), 8.11(A), 8.11(B)

### Custom Programs

**Monday–Friday
K – 12th Grade
$15 per student | 1:8 teacher/chaperone free**

Let us create an instructor-led program designed just for your students. Topics include: plant adaptations, solar ovens, plant dissections, landscape photography, trial gardens investigation, propagation and light in the garden.