Field Trip Exhibit Guides
These field trip guides include suggestions for how to engage students and facilitate age-appropriate learning experiences in our exhibits. We encourage teachers to print out copies of these guides for chaperones to use with small groups during field trips to the Adler.
Please note, Shoot for the Moon will be closed for renovations from January 5 – April 10, 2015. During this time there will be no access to the exhibition including the Gemini 12 capsule; Lunar Leap; Moon Wall and Lunar Dangers. We look forward to unveiling this updated exhibition in April!
Field Trip Show Guides
Educator Resources for Adler's Planetarium Shows
Download Educator Guides for Adler's planetarium shows to learn more about them and for pre- and post-activities.
Want to use real data in your classroom? How about using one of the online Citizen Science projects built here at the Adler? Your kids can help scientists by classifying distant galaxies, exploring the sea floor, or visiting the surface of Mars.
Visit ZooTeach to browse a selection of lesson and activity ideas to help you get started using these projects in your classroom.
Galaxy Zoo Navigator
Help astronomers classify galaxies at Galaxy Zoo! By signing up for a group account using the Navigator, your students will learn about statistics by exploring data contained within their classifications. They can make histograms and scatter graphs to investigate the size, brightness, and distance of select galaxies.
NASA Wavelength is a new digital collection of Earth and space science resources for educators of all levels – from elementary to college, to out-of-school programs. NASA Wavelength was developed by a team from the Space Science Laboratory and Lawrence Hall of Science at the University of California, Berkley, the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), and the Adler Planetarium.