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Beef Cattle Farm
student activities web site

Coal Mine
resources web page

Falls of the Ohio
teacher’s guide (17 pages; PDF format; 40K)

Geologic Time
resources web page

Horse Farm
teacher’s guide (16 pages; Word ’97 document)
additional graphics pages for guide (3 pages; PDF format; 715K)

Kentucky Center for the Arts
teacher’s guide (11 pages; PDF format; 670K)

Kentucky Opera
classroom resources web page

Mammoth Cave
teacher’s guide (12 pages; PDF format; 918K)
history of the cave (6 pages; PDF format; 540K)
vocabulary words and book list on bats (3 pages; Word ’97 document)
outline of field trip (with tips for use on tape) (2 pages; Word ’97 document)
cave information (geology, biology, archaeology) (10 pages; PDF format; 951K)

Mountain Homeplace
discussion questions web page

Newspaper
teacher’s guide (13 pages; Word ’97 document; 113K)
instructions for making a pressman’s hat (one page; PDF format; 170K)

Orchard
quiz questions web page

Perryville
quiz questions web page

Pig Farm
student activities web site

Post Office
pre- and post-viewing activities web site

Speed Art Museum
teacher’s guide (4 pages; Word ’97 document; 35K)

Toyota
teacher’s guide (7 pages; PDF format; 289K)

Veterinary Clinic
teacher’s guide (4 pages; PDF format; 202K)
student worksheets (8 pages; PDF format; 733K)

Field Trip Index

PRIMARY:
 Dentist
 Post Office

INTERMEDIATE:
 Belle of Louisville
 Watershed

MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL:
 Aviation Museum
 Beef Cattle Farm
 Coal Mine
 Falls of the Ohio
 The Forest
 Fort Harrod and
Fort Boonesborough

 Geologic Time
 Horse Cave Theatre
 Horse Farm
 Kentucky Opera
 Louisville Zoo
 Mammoth Cave
 Mountain Homeplace
 National Weather Service
 Newspaper
 Orchard
 Perryville Battlefield
 Pig Farm
 Speed Art Museum
 Toyota
 Veterinary Clinic
 Watershed
 White Hall

 

About the PDF Format and Adobe Acrobat Reader®

KET is using the .pdf file format to distribute many of our guides and samples. This type of file uses the free software called Adobe Acrobat Reader to open formatted documents for viewing and printing. Once you have the software, it doesn’t matter whether you use a Mac or PC or what type of word processor you are using: Adobe Acrobat Reader will allow you to use our guides, as well as the many other .pdf files available on the web.

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