Win a Class Trip to The World of Coca-Cola {giveaway}

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One of our oldest daughter’s favorite field trips was to the World of Coca-Cola. She was so excited about it and still talks about it over a year later. (I think her favorite was the wall of different “Cokes” to try out!)

The World of Coca-Cola

The newest exhibit is The Vault of the Secret Formula. In this new and immersive experience, you will learn about the story of the secret formula and how it is more than a list of ingredients – it represents 125 years of history, special moments, memories and the timeless appeal associated with Coca-Cola.

World of Coca-Cola

Additionally, Georgia teachers can fulfill more than 300 Common Core Standards between Social Studies, English/language arts and African-American History Month at the attraction. So, it’s not just for fun, but it’s educational also. Check out more information about the World of Coca-Cola field trips and discounted field trip pricing. You can also email schools@worldofcoca-cola.com to coordinate field trips for if you have questions. There is also a Teacher Toolkit page

The World of Coca-Cola

Enter below and you can win tickets for your child’s class to attend, or send to your teachers and have them enter!

*Winning tickets provided by Coca-Cola. They will expire on 3/31/13. Good for 25 students, one teacher and four chaperones. I have been provided passes for my family to experience the new exhibit. No compensation was received. All thoughts are my own.

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8 Comments

  1. stephanie gilbert says:

    Keep them involved with choices on supplies and start a week before with bedtime routines.

  2. I wish I had a suggestion for a smooth transition–truth be told, I’m still looking for one! LOL We just jump in and go with it! 🙂

  3. Raisa Lefe' Rouse says:

    Easiest way to transition is continue using the activity/planning calendar at home throughout the summer so that when school time arrives, the kids are still used to using it as a planning tool. Also, starting school bed time and wake up routines about 1-2 weeks early so that their little bodies become accustomed to the change :o)

    *raisa lefe’

  4. This would be a awesome trip for my daughter class! I’m sure they would love it! I hope we win!

  5. Lina Banks says:

    I make the transition by preparing them for the early morning wake up 2 weeks before school start. I also remind them that school is starting so we’ll be getting back on the regular schedule of homework and less outside time.

  6. We just go back to the original bedtime a week early. Then slowly ease back into it.

  7. Elisabeth says:

    Trying to work in some sort of routine a couple of weeks before is helpful.

  8. We try to keep a somewhat decent schedule throughout the summer, which helps a lot when school goes back. For example, my kids go to bed at 7:30 during the school year, and 8:30 during the summer. A few weeks before the start of school, we start transitioning back into an earlier bedtime.

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