Curriculum Standards Correlations

To schedule a visit for any of our programs, please fill out a field trip request form at the bottom of the page


Pre K and Kindergarten: Wonder Wings Program

90 minute learning experience for Pre K - Kindergarten students. 

This program aims to encourage STEM learning at an early age with fun hands-on activities.  Wonder Wings program is specifically designed to correlate with the Bright from the Start Curriculum and the Georgia Kindergarten Performance Standards (KGPS).

 

Wonder Wings at the Museum of Aviation is $2 per person

Minimum # of students 10     Maximum # of Students 50

Tuesdays – Fridays                   9:30 am – 11:00 am

Pre K and Kindergarten Outreach: Wonder Wings "On the Go"

The Wonder Wings program is brought to your classroom.

This program is offered to schools within 50 miles of the Museum of Aviation.

 

Wonder Wings “On the Go” at your site is $3 per student, max class size is 25. 

Can see up to 2 classes per visit.

Tuesdays – Fridays                   9:30 am – 11:00 am

(The time can vary to accommodate classroom schedule)

1st-5th Grade : ACE (Aviation Connections through Experiments) Program(s)

The ACE STEM Field Trip Program is designed to spark students’ interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) through engaging, hands-on activities specifically correlated to GA Standards of Excellence and the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards. Objectives can be found below.

The minimum number of students required for ACE is 20 and the maximum is 90 per visit.

ACE Programs are scheduled Tuesdays – Fridays from 10am – Noon. Fee: $5 per student

Key Objectives:

  • GRADE 1: SOUND - S1P1
    Students will investigate light and sound.
  • GRADE 2: MOTION - S2P3
    Students will demonstrate changes in speed and direction using pushes and pulls.
  • GRADE 3: MAGNETIC FORCE - S3P2
    Students investigate magnets and how they affect other magnets and common objects.
  • GRADE 4: FORCES, MASS AND MOTION - S4P3
    Students will demonstrate the relationship between the application of a force and the resulting change position and motion on an object.
  • GRADE 5: ELECTRICITY - S5P3
    Students will investigate electricity, magnetism, and their relationship.

1st-5th Grade : ACE Plus History Guided Tour

ACE Plus combines both the ACE STEM Program with a Guided History Tour of 1-2 buildings. Students also experience the C-130 Hercules Airplane Exhibit by learning
about the role of the aircraft and paratroopers.

The added Guided Tour is scheduled from 12:30 – 2:00. Fee: $8 per student

All other ACE guidelines apply.

1st-5th Grade Outreach : ACE "On the Go"

ACE STEM-based activities are brought to your classroom.
This program is offered to schools within 50 miles of the Museum of Aviation.

ACE On The Go Programs are scheduled Tuesdays – Fridays from 10am – Noon.

Times are flexible to meet the needs of the schools.

Fee: $5 per student. Can see one grade level per visit.

Homeschool STEM Workshop Series

Pre K through 5th Grades

2016-2017 Homeschool STEM Workshop Series

Pre K – 5th Grades

9:30 – 12noon

$15 per student, per session

Spaces are limited, pre-registration is required.

To register, please complete the registration form and mail in with payment .

*Please note that there will be no classes in December.

Classes are offered twice monthly, please choose only one day each month.

For more information or questions, please contact Valerie Myers at 

478-222-7580 or email vgill@museumofaviation.org.

Pre K - 5th Grade: Homeschool STEM Workshop Series

Dates:

Classes are offered twice monthly, please choose only one day each month.

Pre K-1st

Using the stories of Eric Carle, students will explore and learn through literature based STEM activities.

*Full classes were updated as of  9/26/16.  Pre K - 1st grade classes are almost full.  Please email Valerie Myers at vgill@museumofaviation.org for space availability prior to sending in registrations.

2nd-5th 

Students will explore and discover the pioneers of STEM with hands on activities.

*Full classes were updated as of 9/26/16.

2nd - 5th grade classes are almost full.  Please email Valerie Myers at vgill@museumofaviation.org for space availability prior to sending in registrations.

Aug. 8 or  Aug. 22 The Hungry Caterpillar

**full

Albert Einstein

**full

Sept. 12 or 26 The Mixed up Chameleon

**full

Thomas Edison

**full

Oct. 3 or 24 Brown Bear, Brown Bear, what do see?

**full

Sacajawea

**full

Nov. 7 or 28 Have you seen my cat?

**full

Walt Disney

**full

Jan. 9 or 23 Polar Bear, Polar Bear, what do you hear?

*Jan 9 is full

Amelia Earhart

**full

Feb. 6 or 27 The Very Busy Spider

*Feb 6 is full

Harriet Tubman

*Feb. 27 is full

Mar. 6 or 20 The Tiny Seed

*March 6 is full

Neil Armstrong

**full

Apr. 3 or 17 The Grouchy Lady Bug

*April 3 is full 

Benjamin Franklin

*April 17 is full

Age 5 - Adult: Guided History Tour

Inside the C-130 "Hercules"

Explore World History through exhibits and aircraft at The Museum of Aviation!

Guided Tours are history-based tours led by trained staff from the

Museum of Aviation Education Center.

 

You will also go inside the C-130 “Hercules” airplane for an

Inside-an-aircraft experience. 

While inside the C-130 “Hercules,” you will watch a video on paratroopers and other missions performed by the C-130.

 

To correlate the Guided Tour specifically to your classroom curriculum,

please advise when scheduling.  Standards that can be met are SSH6 (a)(b)(d)(e).

 

Guided Tours last approximately 1.5 hours.

The Guided Tour will include one or more buildings.

The minimum number of students required for a tour is 20

and the maximum number is 90.

 

Guided Tours are offered Tuesday – Saturday

Fee: $3 per participant

5th Grade: WWII Education Project featuring the Tuskegee Airmen

This program for 5th grade students provides a special tour of the Museum of Aviation’s WWII Hangar which includes the Black Eagles exhibit and the D-Day Down to Earth exhibit.  The students view authentic artifacts, participate in a parachute activity and receive a glider. 

The teachers receive a Tuskegee Airmen Resource guide which includes detailed information and follow-up activities. 

To correlate the Guided Tour specifically to your classroom curriculum, please advise when scheduling. 

Standards that can be met are SS5H6 and SS5H8.

The Tuskegee Tour lasts approximately 2 - 2.5 hours.

The minimum number required for the tour is 20 students and the maximum is 90 students.

Guided Tours are offered Tuesday – Saturday

Fee: $6 per participant

5th Grade Outreach: On the Home Front during WWII

Bring World War II Family Life to your classroom!

This outreach program for 5th grade students takes place at your school.  View real artifacts as you learn the roles of the family during WW II. 

Learn about rationing and what measures Mom and the family had to take to survive the war.

Students will discover “Rosie the Riveter” and how the roles of women changed in their effort to support the war.

The class will also participate in a hands-on activity.

Social Studies Standards met are SS5H6 (a) (e).

Program is offered to schools within 50 miles of the Museum of Aviation

Tuesday – Friday between the hours of 10:00 and 1:00.

 5th Grade

$60 per class (10-30 students)

Approximately 1 hour program

To schedule an ACE Program visit, please fill out a Field Trip Request Form to get started!

ACE/Wonder Wings Field Trip Request Form

To schedule a History Program visit, please fill out a Field Trip Request Form to get started!

History Program Field Trip Request Form