Field trip for children, how important is that? The answer is a resounding, “YES!”.

Going on a field trip  gives students a chance to think about a topic or theme beyond the classroom boundaries, enhancing their critical thinking skills.

The rise of online learning activities during the pandemic accelerated the availability of virtual field trips, tours and experiences for students of all ages.

Virtual tours allow students to explore various noteworthy places from the comfort of their home or the classroom.

Virtual field trips are not limited by distance, time, and money and are typically more cost-effective than traditional in-person field trips. They eliminate the time spent on travel,  allowing children to have more time for learning.

Children can be brought to endless discoveries. They enable students to explore just about anything using the internet.

Virtual field trips create a highly interactive experience for students. Certain settings allow students a different view of the place through a bird’s view of a location, zooming in close on subject, or view a 360-degree rotation of an area. This technology equips students with the freedom to discover, view and learn at their own pace.

Needless to say, virtual field trips hold a place in our 21st century classrooms and can create an interactive, stimulating and enriching learning experience for students.

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