A field trip with Digi-Bridge

Discovery Place Science

Toni Teah Blog

Toni Teah, an 8th grade student at Ashley Park Pre K-8 School, recently attended a field trip at Discovery Place Science with Digi-Bridge, with generous support from OrthoCarolina Foundation. Toni wrote a guest blog about her experience. Special thanks to Digi-Bridge for allowing us to republish it here.

Wassup you guys!!!!! It’s your girl Toni! The past field trip we went on in STEAM was AWESOME! (If you don’t know what STEAM. stands for, it means Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. There’s your heads up, NOW YOU KNOW!)

So we went to Discovery Place. Now, I know what you’re thinking, isn’t Discovery Place where kids and you just learn about science and animals? Well, I’m here to tell you that’s only half of that is true. 🙂

Discovery Place is where both kids and adults can do hands-on activities, learn about plants and animals all around the world and in our ecosystem, and…TO HAVE FUN!!!

While we were there, me and my class buddies (my peoples) had a tour guide who let us touch different animals and creatures. Crazy right? One animal that almost everyone was shocked to touch was a naked mole rat… A NAKED MOLE RAT!! He is naked because he has a genetic mutation that makes him not have any hair like a normal mouse or rodent. Cool isn’t it? I think so.

We got to go into different climate changes, observe sea life, and even played tug of war (girls won by the way!) Overall, we learned so much! But the day wasn’t done.

We were surprised and got to all eat out at a restaurant afterwards. (I had a hamburger and it was delicious!) We are all grateful for Digi-Bridge and OrthoCarolina for giving us awesome opportunities like this field trip and our STEAM Saturday days.

I can’t wait to see what’s in store for us next time. I’ll be sure to let you know… for now I’m out! BYE!!!

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