All fired up!
Staten Island 2nd-graders learn about fire safety and about the history of firefighting during a class trip to the New York City Fire Museum in SoHo.
NYC is your classroom
Think about expanding your teaching beyond the walls of your classroom with a field trip. Here are some tips to help you plan a trip.
Leaving no stone unturned at Green-Wood
A tour about pollinators and another that focuses on architecture are just two of the many educational tours that can serve as class trips at The Green-Wood Cemetery, a 478-acre National Historic Landmark chartered in 1838 in western Brooklyn.
Virtual field trips offer unique experiences
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the end of the school year was a popular time for class trips. This year, you don’t have to completely forgo those experiences; you and your students can embark on virtual field trips instead.
Tensions run high as the pilots take off from LaGuardia Airport and head for Manhattan. It's a clear morning as they fly under bridges and over the Empire State building, One World Trade Center and the Statue of Liberty, working skillfully to keep their planes on the flight path.
Sailing back in time
Fifth-graders from PS 194 in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, repeated the cries that once echoed around the busy port of New York as they raised the sail on an 1885 cargo ship during a class trip to Manhattan’s South Street Seaport Museum on Oct. 7.