During this interactive guided tour, your students will hear about early dreams of flight across different cultures, explore the ideas of aircraft inventors, and discover how air travel has affected life for people in different parts of Canada.
Students in Grade 1/Elementary Cycle 1 will practice map-reading using the museum’s floor plan, and learn how aircraft have helped overcome the challenges of Canada’s geography. Older students will discuss aeronautics in greater depth, exploring how people developed and improved aircraft to meet various needs.
|Grade 1||Social Studies — People and Environments||Elementary Cycle 1||Geography, History and Citizenship Education — Competency - To construct his/her representation of space, time and society|
|Grade 2||Social Studies — People and Environments|
|Grade 3||Social Studies — People and Environments|
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$5 per student, chaperones free (minimum fee of $100; maximum 28 students)
Includes Museum admission.