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Classroom Adventures

Invite Explorit into your classroom to provide guided hands-on and minds-on experiences for your students.


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When you reserve a Classroom Adventure an Explorit educator brings a 60-minute hands-on science investigation into your classroom. 


With four topics, an array of specimens, activities and information, Classroom Adventure programs will supplement and enrich your science curriculum. Each Classroom Adventure is an hour in length and includes an interactive introduction by Explorit's science educator, plus time for free exploration and investigation.  Your students will make and share observations, construct a framework for understanding science, and develop problem solving skills. The scope and focus of each subject varies according to grade level. All programs are aligned with state and national standards. Teacher supplements with specific standards alignment are available for each topic. 


  • Session Length - 60 minutes
  • Group Size - Up to 40 children. Teacher participation plus 2-4 adult chaperones required.
  • Availability - Weekdays Up to 4 sessions per day; Up to 2 different topics per day
  • Program Fees  - Collaborate with other teachers to book more sessions and save!
    • 4 sessions = $600 ($150.00 per session*)
    • 3 sessions = $525 ($175.00 per session*)
    • 2 sessions = $370 ($185.00 per session*)
    • 1 session = $210
    • Plus 99¢ per round-trip mile to your site
    • $35 fee subject to session gaps of 61 minutes or more
    • *Reduced prices apply only for same topic, same site, same day programs. Overage charges apply for groups over 40 students.
  • Travel Fees - 99 cents per round-trip mile to your site


Classroom Adventure topics

  • Amazing Animals (Grades K–3)  - Investigate the ways animals survive and thrive with real animal specimens. See how adaptations help animals hide in plain sight and how young animals change as they grow. Meet Explorit’s resident insects and reptiles. LS1.A, LS1.B, LS1.C, LS2.A, LS3.A, LS3.B, LS4.B, LS4.C, LS4.D, ESS2.E, ESS3.A
  • Simple Machines (Grades K–3)   - Explore the forces and objects that make things move. Test different pulley systems, build with gears, and discover the simple machines hidden in everyday objects. Try lifting people off the ground with a lever, or roll them across the floor with wheels. PS2.A, PS2.B, PS2.C, PS3.C, ETS1.A, ETS1.B, ETS1.C
  • Ecosystems and Biomes (Grades 3–6)  - Investigate the many interrelationships among animals, plants, habitats, people, and weather. Students will discover how ecosystems adapt and change. 
  • Earth’s Features (Grades 3–5)  - Uncover the Earth’s layers to discover the forces behind the phenomena of earthquakes and volcanoes. Design an earthquake-safe structure and then shift the tectonic plates. Explore rock, fossil, sand, and mineral samples for what they reveal about the history of the planet. ESS1.C, ESS2.A, ESS2.B, ESS2.C, ESS2.E, ETS1.A, ETS1.B
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