Frontiers of Flight Museum
Lunar Survival (or Trapped on the Moon)
During School Day
Field Trip, On Campus Program
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
In the year 2033, your team of astronauts will be relieving the crew of a lunar mining camp. Your spacecraft runs into trouble and crashes onto the Moon's surface hundreds of miles from the mining camp. You have limited equipment that you can take with you, which ones do you take and what will you leave behind?
learn about the Moon's atmosphere, environment, landscape and terrain
be divided into teams and will receive a scenario and determine, from important to least important, survival items to take along to the rescue site
During School Days
10am-11:30am and 12:30pm-2:00pm
30 -45 minutes for on campus class (may have 2 consecutive classes per school per day for total of $400.00); Museum program is 30 minute class with up to 60 minute tour of Museum.
$6.00 per student for Museum presentation including tour of the facilities; One teacher free for every 10 students attending. $200 for 30 student class (limit 2 consecutive classes per school for maximum 1 hour time and $400 fee) for on campus program
Teachers may request scenario to allow students to begin thought process. Limited to 24 students per 30-45 minute session. Classes done in conjuction with a Museum tour for museum attendees; 30 students per class, 2 consecutive classes per day for on campus program. Museum policy letter will be sent to teacher.
Scheduling / Booking
Email booking preferred. Contact Welch@flightmuseum.com Phone calls will be taken between 10am - 1pm. Voice mail messages will be returned as quickly as possible but the Museum cannot guarantee a return call within 2 business days. The Museum now has lunch facilities for sack lunches only. THE LIMIT FOR LUNCH IS 60 STUDENTS FOR 30 MINUTES AND RESERVATIONS FOR THE LUNCH AREA MUST BE MADE AT TIME OF BOOKING. The lunch times will be AFTER the program/tour period of up to 90 minutes. All food must be consumed in the lunch premises and the area cleaned before departing the museum. All teachers are invited to view the Museum website (www.flightmuseum.com) for description of exhibits and artifacts to assist in planning their student's visit to the Museum. Guided tours are available for all grades. Teachers of younger children are invited to conduct a self-guided tour. Museum volunteers will be available to answer any questions the students may have.
Minimum two week advanced notice of first requested date.
Frontiers of Flight Museum requires that schools provide the complete ArtsPartner's Voucher number and Approval Code upon booking. The school must notify the Museum NLT 48 hours prior to a scheduled event if the event is to be cancelled or rescheduled. Rescheduled events must be coordinated with the Museum for a specific date and agreed upon by the school and Museum. Failure to notify the Museum prior to the cancellation period or failure to attend the scheduled event will result in the school paying the full price to the Museum.
After School Policy:
No lesson plans available to view
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