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Museum of Flight

  • Tue, April 23, 2013
  • 10:00 AM
  • Tue, April 30, 2013
  • 12:00 PM
  • Museum of Flight, 9404 East Marginal Way S

Registration

(depends on selected options)

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Aviation Science Unit for all ages

Completed at the Museum of Flight 

 

This is a two day event – both days are required.

April 23 10am – noon (Redmond Library)

Aviation vocabulary, ideas, and basic principles are taught.

April 30 10am – noon (Museum of Flight)

The principles and ideas learned are put into practice as “novice pilots”

Aviation Learning Center (for 4th  grade and up)

Be a pilot for a day.

Enter a hands-on learning environment where critical thinking, scientific inquiry, problem solving, and technical reading and writing skills are practiced. In the Rajpaul Learning Laboratory, ten interactive computer-based workstations await to present various aviation topics a pilot must understand. Then after planning a cross country flight, preflight an actual Cirrus R20 aircraft and fly the flight using advanced software in our simulation bay.

http://www.museumofflight.org/education/aviation-learning-center

 

Flight Captains (for K-3rd grade)

In this interactive program, participants discover how airplane parts work together, experience imagination-fueled flights in one of the Flight Zone’s many real aircraft, and assemble and test model gliders

http://www.museumofflight.org/kids-flight-zone

The cost for this field trip is as follows:

$8 Adults

$16 - Students 4th grade and up

$12 - Students K-3rd grade

Free - 4 year old and under

We have 5 chaperones in each age group that are free. All extra adults are $15. We have tried to spread the cost of free and extras to accomodate all who wish to attend - but please be aware there may be a balance due depending on the number of adults attending.

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