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rough hands-on lab
projects and conceptual
immersion with our
exhibits, your students
will be inspired to think
like inventors as they apply
these core science concepts:
Pillars of Science Exploring
core content that correlates with
CPALMS and NGSS Standards.
• Invention Learning through the
lens of invention and innovation,
while exploring the lives of
visionaries whose inventions have
changed our world and continue to
improve it.
• Exploration Sparking creativity
through hands-on projects and
lasting “Make & Takes.”
e Cade Museum for
Creativi and Invention
provides you and your students
with unprecedented access
to world-class inventors, entrepreneurs, and
visionaries, plus dynamic exhibits and hands-
on learning that fuel each student’s thirst for
knowledge.
We believe that every student has the innate
ability to become a future inventor, so our Field
Trips spark wonder and link school-based
learning with the world that surrounds each
child. Field Trips are designed to complement
your curriculum, and diverse themes enable you
to bring your students back to The Cade again
and again for a continually layered educational
experience.
FIELD TRIPS
OUR MISSION
The Cade Museum for Creativity and
Invention’s mission is to transform
communities by inspiring and equipping
future inventors, entrepreneurs, and
visionaries.
To help The Cade fulfill its mission,
our community partner, Oelrich
Construction, offers the STEAM Grant,
underwriting Field Trips to bridge the
gap between classroom learning and
immersive educational experiences.
Oelrich construction is passionate about
connecting students to educational
opportunities within the fields of
Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts,
and Mathematics (STEAM). The Cade
Foundation administers the Oelrich
Construction STEAM grant.
CADE MUSEUM
FOR CREATIVITY
AND INVENTION
811 South Main Street
Gainesville, FL 32601
352.371.8001
CadeMuseum.org
CadeMuseum.org
TO LEARN MORE OR TO BOOK A
FIELD TRIP, VISIT CADEMUSEUM.
ORGFIELDTRIPS, OR CONTACT
OUR FIELD TRIP COORDINATOR AT
FIELDTRIPSCADEMUSEUM.ORG
OR 3523718001, EXT. 1116.
Linking
classroom learning
with unique
hands-on experiences
rough hands-on lab
projects and conceptual
immersion with our
exhibits, your students
will be inspired to think
like inventors as they apply
these core science concepts:
Pillars of Science Exploring
core content that correlates with
CPALMS and NGSS Standards.
• Invention Learning through the
lens of invention and innovation,
while exploring the lives of
visionaries whose inventions have
changed our world and continue to
improve it.
• Exploration Sparking creativity
through hands-on projects and
lasting “Make & Takes.”
e Cade Museum for
Creativi and Invention
provides you and your students
with unprecedented access
to world-class inventors, entrepreneurs, and
visionaries, plus dynamic exhibits and hands-
on learning that fuel each student’s thirst for
knowledge.
We believe that every student has the innate
ability to become a future inventor, so our Field
Trips spark wonder and link school-based
learning with the world that surrounds each
child. Field Trips are designed to complement
your curriculum, and diverse themes enable you
to bring your students back to The Cade again
and again for a continually layered educational
experience.
FIELD TRIPS
OUR MISSION
The Cade Museum for Creativity and
Invention’s mission is to transform
communities by inspiring and equipping
future inventors, entrepreneurs, and
visionaries.
To help The Cade fulfill its mission,
our community partner, Oelrich
Construction, offers the STEAM Grant,
underwriting Field Trips to bridge the
gap between classroom learning and
immersive educational experiences.
Oelrich construction is passionate about
connecting students to educational
opportunities within the fields of
Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts,
and Mathematics (STEAM). The Cade
Foundation administers the Oelrich
Construction STEAM grant.
CADE MUSEUM
FOR CREATIVITY
AND INVENTION
811 South Main Street
Gainesville, FL 32601
352.371.8001
CadeMuseum.org
CadeMuseum.org
TO LEARN MORE OR TO BOOK A
FIELD TRIP, VISIT CADEMUSEUM.
ORGFIELDTRIPS, OR CONTACT
OUR FIELD TRIP COORDINATOR AT
FIELDTRIPSCADEMUSEUM.ORG
OR 3523718001, EXT. 1116.
Linking
classroom learning
with unique
hands-on experiences
rough hands-on lab
projects and conceptual
immersion with our
exhibits, your students
will be inspired to think
like inventors as they apply
these core science concepts:
Pillars of Science Exploring
core content that correlates with
CPALMS and NGSS Standards.
• Invention Learning through the
lens of invention and innovation,
while exploring the lives of
visionaries whose inventions have
changed our world and continue to
improve it.
• Exploration Sparking creativity
through hands-on projects and
lasting “Make & Takes.”
e Cade Museum for
Creativi and Invention
provides you and your students
with unprecedented access
to world-class inventors, entrepreneurs, and
visionaries, plus dynamic exhibits and hands-
on learning that fuel each student’s thirst for
knowledge.
We believe that every student has the innate
ability to become a future inventor, so our Field
Trips spark wonder and link school-based
learning with the world that surrounds each
child. Field Trips are designed to complement
your curriculum, and diverse themes enable you
to bring your students back to The Cade again
and again for a continually layered educational
experience.
FIELD TRIPS
OUR MISSION
The Cade Museum for Creativity and
Invention’s mission is to transform
communities by inspiring and equipping
future inventors, entrepreneurs, and
visionaries.
To help The Cade fulfill its mission,
our community partner, Oelrich
Construction, offers the STEAM Grant,
underwriting Field Trips to bridge the
gap between classroom learning and
immersive educational experiences.
Oelrich construction is passionate about
connecting students to educational
opportunities within the fields of
Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts,
and Mathematics (STEAM). The Cade
Foundation administers the Oelrich
Construction STEAM grant.
CADE MUSEUM
FOR CREATIVITY
AND INVENTION
811 South Main Street
Gainesville, FL 32601
352.371.8001
CadeMuseum.org
CadeMuseum.org
TO LEARN MORE OR TO BOOK A
FIELD TRIP, VISIT CADEMUSEUM.
ORGFIELDTRIPS, OR CONTACT
OUR FIELD TRIP COORDINATOR AT
FIELDTRIPSCADEMUSEUM.ORG
OR 3523718001, EXT. 1116.
Linking
classroom learning
with unique
hands-on experiences
LAB & LEARN: TWO-HOUR CREATIVITY
LAB EXPERIENCE
Consists of a two-hour experience in the Creativity Lab.
Choose from any Lab & Learn topics oered.
For the 2019-2020
SEASON, e Cade
is oering even
more Field Trip
options to excite
and engage students
and teachers alike.
LAB & EXPLORE: TWO-HOUR CREATIVITY
LAB & MUSEUM IMMERSION BLENDED
EXPERIENCE
Students will be divided into two groups. Group One begins with a
one-hour Creativity Lab experience; Group Two embarks on a one-
hour Facilitated Museum Experience, including exhibits and added
experiments. Groups switch after one hour so that all students receive
equal time in the Creativity Lab (one hour) and Museum Immersion
(one hour). Choose from any Lab & Explore topics oered.
EXPLORE MORE: TWO-HOUR
FACILITATED MUSEUM IMMERSION
Students will enjoy a two-hour Facilitated Museum Immersion
of all of The Cade’s educational exhibits, plus hands-on
experiments in our main Rotunda. Large groups will be divided
into smaller groups, of up to 20 students each, to ensure an
optimal learning experience.
Field Trip Topics
The Cade offers a broad range of
Field Trip options from which to
choose. If you have questions while
booking your trip, please contact our
Field Trip Coordinator to determine
the best trip format - Lab & Learn,
Lab & Explore, or Explore More -
and the topic theme to address
your specific goals and the grades
of students participating.
LAB & LEARN
TOPICS:
LAB & EXPLORE
TOPICS:
Topics are designed to correlate with CPALMS
and NGSS Standards for each grade level.
Each of these Lab & Explore topics are a mini
version of their Lab & Learn counterparts.
Each topic can be tailored for grades K (second
semester) through 8th grade.
• A Small World Up
Close: Story of
Insects
• Acids and Bases
• Colors, Code,
Computers, and
OZOBOTS!
• Cycle of Life: Plants
• Earth’s Soil
and Water:
Two Important
Resources
• Everyday Inventions
• Exciting Electrifying
Electrons
• Harnessing the
Power of the Sun
• How We Build the
World: Materials
and Math
• Light, Sound, and a
Splash of Edison
• Magnificent Matter
• Optics: I See the
Light (2nd Grade+)
• Roadmap of Life:
DNA
• Simple Machines
Build the World (3rd
Grade+)
• Sun, Moon, and
Earth: We All Need
Each Other
• That’s SIR Isaac
Newton to You
• Matter
• Magnets on the
Move
• The Force of
Newton
• Looking at Light
• Earth Science
Builds the WORLD
• Code IT with Colors
and Ozobots
• Flash & Fun!
Due to limited availability for Field Trips Spring
2019, applications will be accepted on a rolling
basis. Field Trip applications for Fall 2019 will be
accepted beginning May 31, 2019. Applications
for Spring 2020 Field Trips will be accepted
beginning September 30, 2019.
• 80 students maximum • $7.50 per student*
• 80 students maximum • $14 per student*
• 40 students maximum • $14 per student*
* Are you interested in financial underwriting for a Field Trip? Our Community
Partner, Oelrich Construction, has established the Oelrich Construction STEAM
grant to bridge the gap between classroom learning and immersive educational
experiences at The Cade. See back cover for more details.
TO LEARN MORE OR TO BOOK A FIELD TRIP,
VISIT CADEMUSEUM.ORG/FIELDTRIPS, OR
CONTACT OUR FIELD TRIP COORDINATOR
AT FIELDTRIPS@CADEMUSEUM.ORG OR
352-371-8001, EXT. 1116.
LAB & LEARN: TWO-HOUR CREATIVITY
LAB EXPERIENCE
Consists of a two-hour experience in the Creativity Lab.
Choose from any Lab & Learn topics oered.
For the 2019-2020
SEASON, e Cade
is oering even
more Field Trip
options to excite
and engage students
and teachers alike.
LAB & EXPLORE: TWO-HOUR CREATIVITY
LAB & MUSEUM IMMERSION BLENDED
EXPERIENCE
Students will be divided into two groups. Group One begins with a
one-hour Creativity Lab experience; Group Two embarks on a one-
hour Facilitated Museum Experience, including exhibits and added
experiments. Groups switch after one hour so that all students receive
equal time in the Creativity Lab (one hour) and Museum Immersion
(one hour). Choose from any Lab & Explore topics oered.
EXPLORE MORE: TWO-HOUR
FACILITATED MUSEUM IMMERSION
Students will enjoy a two-hour Facilitated Museum Immersion
of all of The Cade’s educational exhibits, plus hands-on
experiments in our main Rotunda. Large groups will be divided
into smaller groups, of up to 20 students each, to ensure an
optimal learning experience.
Field Trip Topics
The Cade offers a broad range of
Field Trip options from which to
choose. If you have questions while
booking your trip, please contact our
Field Trip Coordinator to determine
the best trip format - Lab & Learn,
Lab & Explore, or Explore More -
and the topic theme to address
your specific goals and the grades
of students participating.
LAB & LEARN
TOPICS:
LAB & EXPLORE
TOPICS:
Topics are designed to correlate with CPALMS
and NGSS Standards for each grade level.
Each of these Lab & Explore topics are a mini
version of their Lab & Learn counterparts.
Each topic can be tailored for grades K (second
semester) through 8th grade.
• A Small World Up
Close: Story of
Insects
• Acids and Bases
• Colors, Code,
Computers, and
OZOBOTS!
• Cycle of Life: Plants
• Earth’s Soil
and Water:
Two Important
Resources
• Everyday Inventions
• Exciting Electrifying
Electrons
• Harnessing the
Power of the Sun
• How We Build the
World: Materials
and Math
• Light, Sound, and a
Splash of Edison
• Magnificent Matter
• Optics: I See the
Light (2nd Grade+)
• Roadmap of Life:
DNA
• Simple Machines
Build the World (3rd
Grade+)
• Sun, Moon, and
Earth: We All Need
Each Other
• That’s SIR Isaac
Newton to You
• Matter
• Magnets on the
Move
• The Force of
Newton
• Looking at Light
• Earth Science
Builds the WORLD
• Code IT with Colors
and Ozobots
• Flash & Fun!
Due to limited availability for Field Trips Spring
2019, applications will be accepted on a rolling
basis. Field Trip applications for Fall 2019 will be
accepted beginning May 31, 2019. Applications
for Spring 2020 Field Trips will be accepted
beginning September 30, 2019.
• 80 students maximum • $7.50 per student*
• 80 students maximum • $14 per student*
• 40 students maximum • $14 per student*
* Are you interested in financial underwriting for a Field Trip? Our Community
Partner, Oelrich Construction, has established the Oelrich Construction STEAM
grant to bridge the gap between classroom learning and immersive educational
experiences at The Cade. See back cover for more details.
TO LEARN MORE OR TO BOOK A FIELD TRIP,
VISIT CADEMUSEUM.ORG/FIELDTRIPS, OR
CONTACT OUR FIELD TRIP COORDINATOR
AT FIELDTRIPS@CADEMUSEUM.ORG OR
352-371-8001, EXT. 1116.
LAB & LEARN: TWO-HOUR CREATIVITY
LAB EXPERIENCE
Consists of a two-hour experience in the Creativity Lab.
Choose from any Lab & Learn topics oered.
For the 2019-2020
SEASON, e Cade
is oering even
more Field Trip
options to excite
and engage students
and teachers alike.
LAB & EXPLORE: TWO-HOUR CREATIVITY
LAB & MUSEUM IMMERSION BLENDED
EXPERIENCE
Students will be divided into two groups. Group One begins with a
one-hour Creativity Lab experience; Group Two embarks on a one-
hour Facilitated Museum Experience, including exhibits and added
experiments. Groups switch after one hour so that all students receive
equal time in the Creativity Lab (one hour) and Museum Immersion
(one hour). Choose from any Lab & Explore topics oered.
EXPLORE MORE: TWO-HOUR
FACILITATED MUSEUM IMMERSION
Students will enjoy a two-hour Facilitated Museum Immersion
of all of The Cade’s educational exhibits, plus hands-on
experiments in our main Rotunda. Large groups will be divided
into smaller groups, of up to 20 students each, to ensure an
optimal learning experience.
Field Trip Topics
The Cade offers a broad range of
Field Trip options from which to
choose. If you have questions while
booking your trip, please contact our
Field Trip Coordinator to determine
the best trip format - Lab & Learn,
Lab & Explore, or Explore More -
and the topic theme to address
your specific goals and the grades
of students participating.
LAB & LEARN
TOPICS:
LAB & EXPLORE
TOPICS:
Topics are designed to correlate with CPALMS
and NGSS Standards for each grade level.
Each of these Lab & Explore topics are a mini
version of their Lab & Learn counterparts.
Each topic can be tailored for grades K (second
semester) through 8th grade.
• A Small World Up
Close: Story of
Insects
• Acids and Bases
• Colors, Code,
Computers, and
OZOBOTS!
• Cycle of Life: Plants
• Earth’s Soil
and Water:
Two Important
Resources
• Everyday Inventions
• Exciting Electrifying
Electrons
• Harnessing the
Power of the Sun
• How We Build the
World: Materials
and Math
• Light, Sound, and a
Splash of Edison
• Magnificent Matter
• Optics: I See the
Light (2nd Grade+)
• Roadmap of Life:
DNA
• Simple Machines
Build the World (3rd
Grade+)
• Sun, Moon, and
Earth: We All Need
Each Other
• That’s SIR Isaac
Newton to You
• Matter
• Magnets on the
Move
• The Force of
Newton
• Looking at Light
• Earth Science
Builds the WORLD
• Code IT with Colors
and Ozobots
• Flash & Fun!
Due to limited availability for Field Trips Spring
2019, applications will be accepted on a rolling
basis. Field Trip applications for Fall 2019 will be
accepted beginning May 31, 2019. Applications
for Spring 2020 Field Trips will be accepted
beginning September 30, 2019.
• 80 students maximum • $7.50 per student*
• 80 students maximum • $14 per student*
• 40 students maximum • $14 per student*
* Are you interested in financial underwriting for a Field Trip? Our Community
Partner, Oelrich Construction, has established the Oelrich Construction STEAM
grant to bridge the gap between classroom learning and immersive educational
experiences at The Cade. See back cover for more details.
TO LEARN MORE OR TO BOOK A FIELD TRIP,
VISIT CADEMUSEUM.ORG/FIELDTRIPS, OR
CONTACT OUR FIELD TRIP COORDINATOR
AT FIELDTRIPS@CADEMUSEUM.ORG OR
352-371-8001, EXT. 1116.
LAB & LEARN: TWO-HOUR CREATIVITY
LAB EXPERIENCE
Consists of a two-hour experience in the Creativity Lab.
Choose from any Lab & Learn topics oered.
For the 2019-2020
SEASON, e Cade
is oering even
more Field Trip
options to excite
and engage students
and teachers alike.
LAB & EXPLORE: TWO-HOUR CREATIVITY
LAB & MUSEUM IMMERSION BLENDED
EXPERIENCE
Students will be divided into two groups. Group One begins with a
one-hour Creativity Lab experience; Group Two embarks on a one-
hour Facilitated Museum Experience, including exhibits and added
experiments. Groups switch after one hour so that all students receive
equal time in the Creativity Lab (one hour) and Museum Immersion
(one hour). Choose from any Lab & Explore topics oered.
EXPLORE MORE: TWO-HOUR
FACILITATED MUSEUM IMMERSION
Students will enjoy a two-hour Facilitated Museum Immersion
of all of The Cade’s educational exhibits, plus hands-on
experiments in our main Rotunda. Large groups will be divided
into smaller groups, of up to 20 students each, to ensure an
optimal learning experience.
Field Trip Topics
The Cade offers a broad range of
Field Trip options from which to
choose. If you have questions while
booking your trip, please contact our
Field Trip Coordinator to determine
the best trip format - Lab & Learn,
Lab & Explore, or Explore More -
and the topic theme to address
your specific goals and the grades
of students participating.
LAB & LEARN
TOPICS:
LAB & EXPLORE
TOPICS:
Topics are designed to correlate with CPALMS
and NGSS Standards for each grade level.
Each of these Lab & Explore topics are a mini
version of their Lab & Learn counterparts.
Each topic can be tailored for grades K (second
semester) through 8th grade.
• A Small World Up
Close: Story of
Insects
• Acids and Bases
• Colors, Code,
Computers, and
OZOBOTS!
• Cycle of Life: Plants
• Earth’s Soil
and Water:
Two Important
Resources
• Everyday Inventions
• Exciting Electrifying
Electrons
• Harnessing the
Power of the Sun
• How We Build the
World: Materials
and Math
• Light, Sound, and a
Splash of Edison
• Magnificent Matter
• Optics: I See the
Light (2nd Grade+)
• Roadmap of Life:
DNA
• Simple Machines
Build the World (3rd
Grade+)
• Sun, Moon, and
Earth: We All Need
Each Other
• That’s SIR Isaac
Newton to You
• Matter
• Magnets on the
Move
• The Force of
Newton
• Looking at Light
• Earth Science
Builds the WORLD
• Code IT with Colors
and Ozobots
• Flash & Fun!
Due to limited availability for Field Trips Spring
2019, applications will be accepted on a rolling
basis. Field Trip applications for Fall 2019 will be
accepted beginning May 31, 2019. Applications
for Spring 2020 Field Trips will be accepted
beginning September 30, 2019.
• 80 students maximum • $7.50 per student*
• 80 students maximum • $14 per student*
• 40 students maximum • $14 per student*
* Are you interested in financial underwriting for a Field Trip? Our Community
Partner, Oelrich Construction, has established the Oelrich Construction STEAM
grant to bridge the gap between classroom learning and immersive educational
experiences at The Cade. See back cover for more details.
TO LEARN MORE OR TO BOOK A FIELD TRIP,
VISIT CADEMUSEUM.ORG/FIELDTRIPS, OR
CONTACT OUR FIELD TRIP COORDINATOR
AT FIELDTRIPS@CADEMUSEUM.ORG OR
352-371-8001, EXT. 1116.
rough hands-on lab
projects and conceptual
immersion with our
exhibits, your students
will be inspired to think
like inventors as they apply
these core science concepts:
Pillars of Science Exploring
core content that correlates with
CPALMS and NGSS Standards.
• Invention Learning through the
lens of invention and innovation,
while exploring the lives of
visionaries whose inventions have
changed our world and continue to
improve it.
• Exploration Sparking creativity
through hands-on projects and
lasting “Make & Takes.”
e Cade Museum for
Creativi and Invention
provides you and your students
with unprecedented access
t
o world-class inventors, entrepreneurs, and
visionaries, plus dynamic exhibits and hands-
on learning that fuel each student’s thirst for
knowledge.
We believe that every student has the innate
ability to become a future inventor, so our Field
Trips spark wonder and link school-based
learning with the world that surrounds each
child. Field Trips are designed to complement
your curriculum, and diverse themes enable you
to bring your students back to The Cade again
and again for a continually layered educational
experience.
FIELD TRIPS
OUR MISSION
The Cade Museum for Creativity and
Invention’s mission is to transform
communities by inspiring and equipping
future inventors, entrepreneurs, and
visionaries.
To help The Cade fulfill its mission,
our community partner, Oelrich
Construction, offers the STEAM Grant,
underwriting Field Trips to bridge the
gap between classroom learning and
immersive educational experiences.
Oelrich construction is passionate about
connecting students to educational
opportunities within the fields of
Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts,
and Mathematics (STEAM). The Cade
Foundation administers the Oelrich
Construction STEAM grant.
CADE MUSEUM
FOR CREATIVITY
AND INVENTION
811 South Main Street
Gainesville, FL 32601
352.371.8001
CadeMuseum.org
CadeMuseum.org
TO LEARN MORE OR TO BOOK A
FIELD TRIP, VISIT CADEMUSEUM.
ORGFIELDTRIPS, OR CONTACT
OUR FIELD TRIP COORDINATOR AT
FIELDTRIPSCADEMUSEUM.ORG
OR 3523718001, EXT. 1116.
Linking
classroom learning
with unique
hands-on experiences