Piedmont Wildlife Field Trip

Students will use inquiry-based exploration to identify local animals based on their unique adaptations.

Piedmont Wildlife Lab meets curriculum for NC Grades K-12. Program can be adapted to meet the learning level of participants.

Participants will get hands-on with various animal bones and learn how to use a particular method of scientific inquiry to identify them. The animals that students will examine are native to the Piedmont region. A trained educator will facilitate this interactive experience as part of your museum field trip.

ALL PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES ARE DESIGNED TO MEET CDC, LOCAL, AND STATE HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS. 

The Schiele Museum’s education programs address critical standards for public education. For specific curriculum standards, please contact our Group Scheduling Coordinator, Stephanie Austin, at stephanie.austin@gastonianc.gov