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Dinosaurs! Another Great 4G Field Trip to NHM

Our 6th grade class at Tsai Hsing School recently read an adapted version of H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine. They discussed and analyzed the myriad cultural and historical issues raised by the story, which has a time traveler go hundreds of thousands of years into the future to find that the human race has evolved into two separate species. 151 more words

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Natural History Museum

I have long been a fan of the LA Natural History Museum.  I’ve gone probably twice a year since long before I had kids.   The place is HUGE!   989 more words

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Spidey Sense: 4G Field Trip to NHM's Spider Pavilion

On Oct. 28, 2014, Banyan Global Learning partnered once again with the Natural History Museum, Los Angeles for another 4G Field Trip. Last time we took the students on a tour of the… 489 more words

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Los Angeles Natural History Museum

Welcome to October!  Isn’t is crazy how it’s almost the end of the year again?!  Time for a season that involves wearing my favorite clothing accessory…winter boots, yay!   214 more words

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California natural history

I haven’t visited the Los Angeles natural history museum since I was a kid, but I rediscovered what a wonderful educational place it is.  Their native wildflower garden was spectacular, complete with narrative hints on how to promote pollinators. 21 more words

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Nerd is the new cool. Check out these radical venues.

I was watching an episode rerun of David Tutera’s “My Fair Wedding” the other night, and I decided on the topic of my next post.  It’s an idea that’s been floating around in my head for awhile, but I wasn’t sure if was too out-of-the-box to be appreciated.  418 more words

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New Nature Labs: Walk on Water and See Rats Scurry

Despite L.A.’s sand-and-sea reputation, sometimes getting your kids out into nature is harder than it ought to be. Think schlepping across five freeways to get to the zoo or down to the aquarium, or even running a real distance race to get to a national forest or a cactus-rich state park. 293 more words

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