• This is the homepage of our virtual field trips.  If you have suggestions for more places we can visit or a different link we can use you can email them to me at jonesr@leonschools.net


    Mr. Jones

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  • Access Mars: A WebVR Experiment - Thanks to NASA’s Curiosity rover, you and your students can explore the surface of Mars in a 360-degree view while learning about space exploration.

    Anne Frank House | Online visits - Take a look around the house where Anne and her family lived before going into hiding and visit an online exhibition about Anne Frank's life.

    Cape May County Zoo School - Join the Cape May County Zoo live at 11:30am daily as we take you on a virtual tour of the zoo! Each day we will feature a short clip of a different animal and challenge you to get involved right from home.

    Discovery Education | Virtual Field Trips - Each no-cost Virtual Field Trip comes with a companion guide packed with standards-aligned, hands-on learning activities!

    Ellis Island Virtual Field Trip | Scholastic - Interactive virtual tour of Ellis Island. Scholastic offers students the unique opportunity to explore this historical landmark through text, audio, video, and photos. Teacher activities included.

    Gez.la | Take Virtual Tours - Links to virtual content created by museums, galleries, aquariums and zoos around the world.

    Going to Camp: 9 Virtual Summer Camp Options - Each of these virtual camps are focused on helping students to develop essential skills for the future by creating interactive virtual spaces for them to explore emerging topics and pursue personal interests. By exploring these options, students may have access to opportunities not otherwise available due to location, time, or financial constraints.

    Google Arts & Culture - In partnership with 500 museums around the world, kids can get a glimpse of some of the most incredible collections available. Take a look at internationally-renowned sites like the British Museum in London, England, or the Ufizzi Gallery in Florence, Italy.

    Great Lakes Now Virtual Field Trip – Great Lakes Now - Learn more about the importance of coastal wetlands, the danger of algal blooms, and a deep dive into lake sturgeon. Designed for 6-8th grade.

    Great Wall of China Travel Guide - Panoramic tour allows you to walk through one of the oldest and most historically significant wonders of the world.

    Makerspace: Virtual Field Trip | Stanley, Black & Decker - Students can see and experience first-hand how math, science, technology, creativity, and teamwork can lead to technological advancements.

    Monterey Bay Aquarium | Live-cams - With ten live cams to choose from, you can experience the wonder of the ocean no matter where you are.  Educator resources are also available.

    Museum of the American Revolution | Digital Resources - Explore the Museum and its content from anywhere with free digital resources for all ages including a Virtual Museum Tour, a Virtual Field Trip, a rich archive of Read the Revolution book excerpts, and more.

    National Park Service | Teachers | Virtual Field trips - National parks are America's largest classrooms.  Find lesson plans about these great places.

    National Gallery of Art - The museum's online teacher resources include a wealth of art-focused lessons packed with interactive student activities, printable worksheets, glossaries, biographies, and other related resources

    Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History - Virtual Tours - The Smithsonian, National Museum of Natural History virtual tours allow visitors to take self-guided, room-by-room tours of select exhibits and areas within the museum. You can also access select collections and research areas at our satellite support and research stations as well as past exhibits no longer on display.

    U.S. Capitol Virtual Tour | Time for a Tour: Visiting the People's House - Video tours of historic rooms and spaces, some of which are not open to the public, research resources, and teaching materials.

    Virtual Field Trips – Let the marvels of the world captivate your students! - Standards based virtual field trip videos for the social studies, life science, and geography curriculums. K-12 teachers with educational destination-based videos for social studies, geography, life science, and ancient civilization curriculums.

    Voyager in Google Earth - Voyager is located within the web browser version of Google Earth. In this section you'll find lots of pre-made tours, quizzes, games and activities that you can use with lessons.