Last week, 2nd graders visited the Buffalo Museum of Science.

We predicted, observed, and explained.  We thought critically as we explored all of the hands-on and informational portions of the museum.

Students were able to connect a lot of the exhibits to the science curriculum that we learned in 2nd grade.

Take a peek at our pictures from our adventurous (and exhausting) day!

There are several pictures of the 8 students that were in my group.  There were 2 other groups of 8 led by Mrs. Daniels and Mrs. Leaderstorf.  I’m waiting on more pictures from them.



Keep on scrolling to see proof that we were exhausted after this great day of learning!







Buffalo Museum of Science 2016

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We had so much fun at the museum of science yesterday!  The museum is so interactive and informative!  A lot of it is also designed for children from 2nd to 5th grade so the children were able to read much of the signage and directions independently.  I don’t think that a single child was bored for a single second!

Also, we saw our friend Ms. Kathy!  Ask your child who she is!  I’ve blogged about her before!


If you notice that your child is not in a lot of the pictures, it’s because they weren’t in my group during free time (time when we could roam and not be at a bubble station).  Ms. Mann took a bunch of pictures of the other 2 groups, so those pictures are coming soon! 🙂