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Fifth Grade Field Trip to the Bean Museum and the BYU Museum of Art

Submitted by carol.day on Wed, 09/24/2014 - 15:22
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photo Sara Beth Johnson

Hobble Creek fifth grade students visited two museums on the BYU campus.  At the art museum they made banners showing equity, environment exchange.  They had a tour of the American art exhibit which enhances their study of American history. 

At the newly remodeled Bean Museum they enjoyed the amazing craved birds of Boyd K Packer.  They focused on animal adaptations and viewed a video that explained the venus fly trap, and an ant that explodes to protect it's colony.  They were able to pet a snake and a lizard.