Virtual Field Trips
For your home-weary students, Partners in Education staff has compiled a helpful directory of virtual field trip options. Scroll down to explore! You can download the document here:
- Access Mars
- Audubon New Mexico: Audubon educators provide engaging, hands-on outdoor activities accompanied by virtual field trips discussing themes of New Mexico wildlife, animal adaptations, habitats and ecosystems
- Bandelier National Park: Bandelier provides several short videos of several park sites. Videos contain captions.
- Birthplaces of Music: Featured locations include Featured locations:Vienna, Austria; New Orleans, Louisiana; Cleveland, Ohio; and Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia.
- Bradbury Science Center
- El Rancho de Las Golondrinas: Las Golondrinas offers both live and recorded virtual visits.
- Georgia Aquarium: Check out the live ocean webcam!
- Georgia O’Keeffe Museum: Learn about Georgia O’Keeffe, the artwork she created during her 60 year career, and her love of the New Mexico landscape. Staff can also guide students through a hands-on activity related to O’Keeffe’s artwork.
- The Global W.E./Global Warming Express: This site offers online curriculum for 4th – 6th graders involving art, public speaking, civic engagement and performance with hands-on science, climate science, and climate solutions/resiliency. This includes Zoom meetings, videos, outdoor experiences and audio books.
- The Great Wall of China
- The Manhattan Project
- Maritime Aquarium
- Meow Wolf
- Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Museum of Indian Arts & Culture
- Museum of International Folk Art: Dolls Around the World (Pre-K to K)
- Museum of International Folk Art: Animals in Folk Art
- Museum of International Folk Art: Communities & Celebrations – Amate Painting
- Museum of International Folk Art: Building Communities
- Museum of International Folk Art: The Art of Recycling
- Museum of International Folk Art: Japanese Folklore & Pop Culture
- National Immigration Museum/Ellis Island
- National Constitution Center
- National Marine Sanctuaries
- Nature Conservancy/Nature Lab
- Navigating Nuclear: Energizing Our World
- New Mexico History Museum
- New Mexico Museum of Art
- New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science: Includes live and recorded virtual visits
- NM Mesa: Subjects in their statewide virtual STEM webinar series range from various sciences and engineering, to college/career opportunities and other general STEM-related topics. Most MESA opportunities are only for schools with an established MESA program, but contact them to find out if they might be able to share with you, or eventually start a MESA program at your school!
- Pecos National Monument: Includes several captioned videos
- Queen Bee Music Association (K-2): QBMA offers Kids Sing Alongs with Teacher B. These are engaging, live music classes focussed on singing, dancing, and having fun. Students can drum along or shake along while they sing and dance from home while seeing all their classmates via Zoom in these 30 minute sessions.
- Queen Bee Music Association: Get your drumming on from home with Teacher B! Students will focus on developing their ear for rhythm through a variety of drumming activities. No drum? No problem. Students can drum along on the floor, their lap, a box….household items make great instruments for these 30 minute drum sessions.
- Santa Fe Botanical Garden
- Santa Fe Children’s Museum
- Santa Fe Council on International Relations: NextGenSim 2020 is a policy simulation where students receive stakeholder cards and learn about the role of nuclear energy in a fictional, developing country. A 20-minute presentation by an energy expert is beginner-friend and there is no pre-work or homework required.
- Secret of Easter Island
- Smithsonian National Museum of History
- Son Doong Cave
- Spaceport America
- Stellarium: If you enter ‘Santa Fe’ on the website, you can see our night sky!