Educational Programs

For Daycare Centres

Unique program offered for daycare centres at the Museum!
For ages 18 months to 5 years

How to book a program

STEP 1: CHOOSE

Review the curriculum-linked school programs offered by the Museum.

STEP 2: REQUEST A RESERVATION

Online

Complete the School Programs Reservations Request Form a minimum of three weeks ahead of time to organize your visit. Choose your program and a preferred date and time as well as alternate selections, should your first choice not be available. Space is often limited, so we encourage you to contact us as early as possible.

Your wait time to hear back from a customer relations representative may take up to 72 hours. Please note that the Customer Relations office is open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., closed statutory holidays.

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By email

contact@IngeniumCanada.org

Please include the following information:

  • Number of participants and chaperones, grade level(s), language preference (English or French)
  • Preferred and alternate activities, dates and times
  • Name, complete mailing address, telephone, email and fax number of group leader and of your organization or school.

Your wait time to hear back from a customer relations representative may take up to 72 hours. Please note that the Customer Relations office is open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., closed statutory holidays.

STEP 3: CONFIRMATION

A notice of confirmation with reservation number will be emailed to you, this will be your proof of reservation.


Meet Mrs Farmer Barnyard Buddies cafm

Type: School Programs and Workshops

Grade Levels: For daycares (ages 18 months to 5 years)
Fee: $9 per child
Duration: 90 minutes
Dates Offered: Year-Round

In the company of Mr. or Mrs. Farmer, little ones meet sheep, goats, pigs, chickens, and rabbits.

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Fun Farm Activities for Daycare Centres and at Home Fun Farm Activities for Daycare Centres and at Home cafm

Enjoy introducing farm animals and plants to children with these fun activities. Use them to prepare children for their visit at the Museum, or to follow-up with what was learned and seen at the Farm.

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