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TRIPS & EXCURSIONS

Every school curriculum should inculcate field trips as a part of their curriculum. The modern day schools give ample importance to that and thus organize field trips after regular intervals. These field trips also benefit the teachers by making them come across several new things. Such tours encourage the strengthening of bond between teachers and the students. Field trips also help in improving children’s social and interactive skills. Taking part in field trips is one of the best ways to make learning fun for children outside the classrooms. They rather they also help in allowing them to learn absorb and experience the things practically.

When students visit any museum, monument or ecological park as a part of their educational tour, they tend to experience a real life learning which one cannot learn in books. In such kind of field trips, students experience goes beyond reading theories; students are able to see it, participate in it physically and experience the overall thing. Field trips, mainly for higher class students, can answer the question of how learning can be applied in life. There are ample chances to put together the excursion experience back into the classroom.

Benefits and example of field trips in child education

There are several advantages of field trips that are connected to our child’s future. The field trip is not only about a picnic or visiting the park. It has several things to do such as research, visit museum, and other experience. Below, some of the best benefits of field trips:

  • Field trips provide funds and relaxation to the child’s mind after having the burden of study and exam.
  • The benefit of field trips is that it also refreshes the child’s mind for doing other activities.
  • Field trips provide huge practical experience and theoretical knowledge in different circumstances.
  • It helps in making good bonding with classmates.
  • It also helps in improving the skills, growth, development, and communication process.
  • The field trip provides an opportunity to explore a child abilities, talent, and skills on different experiences.