Please note that on site school programs are unavailable until further notice. Stay tuned for the launch of our new virtual field trips.
In this interactive workshop, your students will discover the important role of bees in pollination, as well as the dangers they face. Students will handle beekeeping tools, taste different types of honey, and watch bees at work in the museum’s observation hive.
Consult this Educational Activity Kit for ideas to extend the learning — and the fun!
|Kindergarten||Science and Technology||Preschool||Competency 5 — To construct his/her understanding of the world|
|Grades 1 to 3||Science and Technology —
Understanding Life Systems
|Elementary Cycle 1||Science and Technology —
To explore the world of science and technology
|Elementary Cycle 2||Science and Technology —
To make the most of scientific and technological tools, objects, and procedures
Please see the following document for more detailed curriculum links:
Dress appropriately for farm and weather conditions. Make name tags to help the Museum Educator build rapport with students. Bring lunch to eat in the outdoor picnic area. To prepare, 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.