Morgan’s Wonderland will be closed for the remainder of the 2020 season.
Interaction is at the heart of who we are and what we do, and until EVERYONE can play together again, we’ll continue interacting and making a difference – from a distance.

Community Based Instruction at Morgan’s Wonderland enables elementary-school students to be actively engaged in learning. Students can enjoy four 25-minute lesson rotations throughout the park, all while embracing the mission of Morgan’s Wonderland – inclusion.

Our lessons were created in conjunction with Regions 1-20 Education Service Centers and Texas Education Agency. As a result, teachers will not lose teaching days when their classes are engaged in this educational experience.

Please note:  You must fill out an application in order to attend a CBI.

*Submitting an application doesn’t guarantee a spot*

Grant Funded

Morgan’s Wonderland has limited availability for grant funded 
CBI experiences. 

– Title 1 schools
– Low income schools
– 15 student minimum
– Credit Card ‘hold’ required

Non-Grant Funded

Morgan’s Wonderland has limited availability for non-grant funded CBI experiences. 

– Funded by school district
– Available to all schools
– 15 student minimum
– Credit Card ‘hold’ required

Grant Submissions have ended for the 2020 school year.


Our CBIs were created as a collaboration between TEA and Regions 1-20 Special Education Service Centers, and each lesson is based on the corresponding TEKS State Requirements. TEA recognizes these out of school learning experiences as full education days, resulting in your class not losing a day of learning!

At the time of booking, Morgan’s Wonderland requires a credit card to be put on a ‘Temporary’ hold to secure your selected date.

There is no limit for number of parent/chaperones. All individuals coming with your school will receive the group rate.

We do not encourage siblings to attend. The students are our priority for all our lessons. Parent/Chaperones may participate only if space and time allows.

No – your group will rotate through 4 of our 11 lessons.

Yes, we do ask teachers to help facilitate throughout the day; however, we will have an employee or volunteer at each station guiding the lesson plan. It is important to stay at your assigned lesson until instructed to rotate.

Yes, you will need to bring your lunches with you. Please no glass or alcohol.

Yes, however there is only a short window for lunch. We recommend parents bringing their lunches as well.

Yes, once you complete your 4 lessons. You can use this time to visit any of the areas you may have missed in your rotations.