ON-THE-GO EXPERIENCES

Schools & Camps Welcome! Virtual and In-Person Experiences Available.


Looking for virtual museum experiences? Our staff are available online or in-person and will conduct a workshop with your students. Geared for students in Pre-K through 3rd Grade, all programs include activities that meet ELA standards for all grades. Both our in-person programs and our virtual programs are designed to meet the developmental needs of students at each grade level. Our children's virtual activities are new so be sure to check out the FAQs at the bottom of the page.

Choose from one of the following programs:

GLOOPY GLOP +

Students will have a blast learning about chemical reactions while conducting a hands-on experiment resulting in a cool concoction called Gloopy Glop.

GELDS: CLL4a, CLL4-4d, CLL4.3d
GA Standards of Excellence: SKP1, S2P2

BUILDING CHALLENGE +

Inspired by the book Rosie Revere Engineer, this workshop gives aspiring engineers the opportunity to create something extraordinary with simple everyday objects.

GELDS: PDM5, PDM6, CLL1, CLL2, CLL4, PRM6
GA Standards of Excellence: SKP1, SKP2, S2P1, S2P2, MGSEK, MD1, MGSEK.G1

HEAD IN THE CLOUDS +

Children will explore the water cycle and will learn about the different types of clouds and what they mean for the weather. Students will watch a real cloud form and will create their own “cloud in a cup.”

GELDS: CDSC2, CDSC5
GA Standards of Excellence: SKE2, S1L1, S2E3, S2L1., S2E1, S2E2,
S5L3

GROWING VEGETABLE SOUP +

Classroom gardening has many benefits. During this workshop, students will explore the book Growing Vegetable Soup to learn all about where vegetables come from and how to grow a plant from a seed.

GELDS: PDM1, PDM5, PDM6, CDSC5
GA Standards of Excellence: SKE2, S1L1, S2E3, S2L1., S2E1, S2E2, S5L3

SUPER HERO FORENSICS +

The Super Hero Forensics team is looking for new members but before new scientists can join our forensics team, they must be trained to identify loops, whorls, and arches; the three typical patterns found in fingerprints.

GELDS: PDM5, PDM6, CD5C1
GA Standards of Excellence: SKP1, S5P1, MGSEKMD.1

COMMOTION IN THE OCEAN +

Inspired by the book Commotion in the Ocean by Giles Andreae, this workshop teaches students about the creatures that inhabit this magical ecosystem and how important they are to our planet. This workshop is loaded with fun facts and culminates with a science experiment that explores buoyancy.

GELDS: PDM5, PDM6, CLL1
GA Standards of Excellence: S2P1, S3P1, S5P1

GLITTER EXPLOSION +

Put on your lab coats and break out the goggles because chemistry just got a makeover! Glitter explosions are super cool and safe experiments that get students excited about chemical reactions.

GELDS: PDM5, PDM6, CLL1
GA Standards of Excellence: S2P1, S3P1, S5P1

In-Person Pricing

One (1) Workshop
Cost: $165* for up to 25 students
Additional workshops available for an additional cost
*Mileage is added to program cost

Virtual Program Pricing

One (1) Workshop
Cost: $165 for up to 25 students
Add a Classroom Kit (with supplies needed for the workshop) + $25 per workshop

Virtual Experience:
Monday: 11:00 AM or 12:30 PM
Tuesday - Friday: 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, or 12:30 PM

30-45 minutes

Supplies & Materials: If you included a classroom kit with all materials for up to 25 students in your order, it will be mailed to the school after receiving a deposit.

Dates sell out quickly. A 50% non-refundable deposit is due one week after the time of booking.

When you are ready to book your On-the Go program, you should have:

  • at least three (3) possible dates selected
  • the number of children and classes you want to attend the program
  • time of day you would like the program to start 

If you are booking an in-person experience, the Museum requires you have enough space in your location to allow for social distancing and that your students and teachers wear masks during the entire program.

School checks made out to Children’s Museum of Atlanta, or credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, and American Express) are acceptable forms of payment.

Call as soon as possible to cancel or change a reservation. Reservations are held with a 50% non-refundable deposit. Organizations must cancel within 4 weeks of the scheduled program to apply the deposit to a different date within the same school year. Rescheduling a program is based on availability. Cancellations made less than 2 weeks prior to visit will result in forfeiture of 50% deposit.

All gifts are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. The Museum is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt & charitable organization. Our tax-exempt number is 58-1785484.