We feel that Field trips are important because it gives students a chance to learn hands on. Also, travelling will give them a chance to see different places and learn new things up close and personal. Field trips bring classroom study alive for students and help them remember and relate to what they have learned as a part of their theme or curriculum. Hands-on activities are done before, during and after their visit to link their visit experience to their classroom curriculum through worksheets. At Anan, we find connections with the site related to the theme or the curriculum. We also create a worksheet that prompts students to draw, write responses, and answer questions related to the visit. After the visit, we allow the students to synthesize their experience creatively or they might present their experience orally.