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Virtual Field Trip Options

Google Earth

Activity Ideas:

  • Social Studies: Explore a landmark, landform, or other famous location
  • ELA: "Visit" the setting of a book your students are reading
  • Math: Let students search the aerial view to find examples of angles, lines, and shapes
Google Expeditions

Take your students on a virtual field trip through their mobile devices. (Google Cardboard glasses are cool, but not a must for this!)

YouTube

YouTube can be a great resource for virtual field trips! You can even throw some virtual reality in by searching the topic of your choice + "360" or "VR" at the end.

Global Trek: Virtual Travel Around the World

This amazing interactive site lets you plan world travel (a la Expedia or Orbitz), but with an educational twist! Choose a destination--from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe--and then get background information, go on a guided tour, and meet the people.

Google Lit Trips

Free, downloadable files that mark the journeys of characters from famous literature on the surface of Google Earth. Each location along the journey provides media, discussion starts, links, and more that provide relevant references to that particular part of the story.

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Louvre

Louvre

Take virtual tours of Egyptian Antiques, Remains of the Louvre's Moat, and more.

360 Cities

Explore panoramas of the world

Nine Planets Solar System Tour

Travel around the solar system to look at the stars, Earth, Saturn's rings, and more!

Max's Math Adventures Student Activity | Scholastic.com

Max's Math Adventures challenge K-2 students to answer questions using clues embedded in rhyming poems. Browse a list of different adventures with central skills and difficulty level indicated. Includes a teacher's guide, activity pages, printables, and audio.

Google Arts & Culture

Explore collections and stories from around the world with Google Arts & Culture.

Google Earth Voyages

One of my only complaints about Google Earth's Voyages is that it's hard to find exactly what you need without scrolling through all the categories...