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The Moab Museum offers exciting, experiential educational programs for Grand County K-8 students. Developed by longtime Moab teacher Andrea Stoughton in collaboration with local teachers and aligned with Utah Core Curriculum standards, half-day or full-day field trip experiences with the Moab Museum bring natural and human history to life. For a complete curriculum guide, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Moab Museum & Moab Giants
Kindergarten field trips to Moab Giants bring the dinosaurs of Utah to life! We invite teachers to use these pre-trip materials to supplement students' field trip experience.
Click to download PDF pre-trip activity plan and a special dinosaur video for teachers:
Mill Canyon Field Trip
First Graders visit Mill Canyon with the Moab Museum to learn about the Mesozoic residents of the region. This video, featuring paleontologist and former Moab Museum Director John Foster provides a great overview of the site!
Click to download PDF pre-trip activity plan for teachers:
Tour of Historic Moab Sites
Fourth Grade students join the Moab Museum for a tour around town to various historic sites from the late 1800s, when pioneer families were settling Moab.
Click to download a PowerPoint presentation pre-trip activity plan for teachers (and be sure to view the Notes pane for accompanying stories & context!):
Dewey: The History of a Vital Transportation Link
Fourth Grade students join the Moab Museum at Dewey Bridge to learn about the former settlement there in the late 1800s, and the challenges and triumphs of transportation across southeastern Utah prior to cars.
Click to download a PDF pre-trip activity plan for teachers:
Ranching Field Trip
Sixth Graders visit the Titus / Doles Ranch and the Red Cliffs Lodge's Museum of Western Film and Heritage with the Moab Museum to learn about the ranching history of the Colorado River corridor.
Click to download PDF pre-trip activity plan and map for teachers: