Mission Inn & Downtown

Field Trip Photo Scavenger Hunt & Assignment Directions

What are we seeing?

Photo Scavenger Hunt Directions

As you walk around the Mission Inn, Riverside Art Museum, & Fox Theater be on the look out for the different artifacts noted below. You will need to TAKE PICTURES of these ARTIFACTS. You will use your pictures for your field trip extension activity.

Field Trip Etiquette

  • Be respectful to everyone
  • Thank everyone at the facilities for allowing us use of the space
  • Ask meaningful questions
  • Don't touch the artwork
  • Stay with the group & don't lag
  • Be courteous when taking your pictures (no flash)
  • Be mindful that the Mission Inn is a working hotel

Times

7:45 AM - Depart to Downtown Riverside

8:30 AM - 920 AM - Mission Inn Scavenger Hunt

9:30 AM - 11 AM - 1st Tour (Fox Theater or Art Museum)

11:00 AM -12:30 PM - LUNCH

12:30 PM-2:00 PM - 2nd Tour (Fox Theater or Art Museum)

2:00 PM - Head back to school

Lunch

You can BRING YOUR OWN lunch or GO SOMEWHERE nearby to eat


WHAT'S NEARBY?

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Find & take photos of the artifacts below

NOTE: When taking your photos make sure to hold up your Flat Rosie, Frida, or Uncle Sam. Your name should be written in the box.
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Find & take photos of what is noted below

NOTE: When taking your photos make sure to hold up your Flat Rosie, Frida, or Uncle Sam. Your name should be written in the box.

6 Photos from the Riverside Art Museum

Take at least 6 photos from Riverside Art Museum of art pieces that you liked most. These are additional to the ones noted above.
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Find & take at least 6 photos from Fox Theater

NOTE: When taking your photos make sure to hold up your Flat Rosie, Frida, or Uncle Sam. Your name should be written in the box.

6 PHOTOS from Fox Theater

Take at least 6 photos from Fox Theater to showcase its opulence from the 1920s

Fox Theater was built in 1929 and was often used as the theater to "test" out movies before they were shown nationwide.

  • Question: How are movie experiences today different from that in the 1920s? Provide at least 3 examples
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Overview

  • You will create an informational digital flyer using smore.com. This webpage was made using the same site. You will need to create an account and follow the directions.
  • CLICK HERE FOR ONLINE HELP

Requirements

  1. TITLE: Come up with a catchy title connected to US History & The Field Trip
  2. Name, Teacher, & Period
  3. PHOTOS: You need to add ALL the PHOTOS from the field trip scavenger hunt and add them to your smore.com digital flyer.
  4. Each photo Should be accompanied by a title
  5. QUESTIONS: You will choose 10 of the photos to answer the questions associated with the photos (see above). You must answer the questions in complete sentences.
  6. SUBMIT: Ask your teacher how they would like you to submit this assignment

EXAMPLE

RAINCROSS

  • The Raincross Bell is symbol that can be seen throughout the city of Riverside, California. Historic Mission Inn owner, Frank Miller is credited with the design. The bell of the Raincross was inspired by the mass bell of Father Junipero Serra, founder of the California missions. The double-cross is said to be an ancient Native American symbol for the dragonfly which emerged each year after the summer rains.