What better place than a working farm to explore the impact of modern agriculture on the environment? In the museum’s barns, your students will take part in various cooperative activities, using critical thinking skills as they try to find solutions to some of the thorny issues surrounding agriculture and the environment.
Consult this Educational Activity Kit for ideas to extend the learning — and the fun!
|Grade 7||Science and Technology — Understanding Life Systems||Secondary Cycle 2||Mathematics, Science and Technology
Science et Technology
Competency 1—Seeks answers or solutions to scientific or technological problems
|Grade 8||Science and Technology — Understanding Matter and Energy|
|Grade 9||Science — Biology
Canadian and World Studies — Geography
|Grade 11||Science — Biology, Environmental Science|
|Grade 12||Science — Biology, Sciences|
Please see the following document for more detailed curriculum links:
The Museum is also a demonstration farm. Please advise students of potential hazards and dress appropriately (boots, outdoor clothing, etc.). See more pre-visit tips or download the pre-visit information PDF.
$9 per student, $1 per chaperone (group leader is free).
Includes Museum admission.
A minimum fee of $135 will be charged per group.