Your mission — should you choose to accept it — is to explore the museum and gain as much knowledge as possible!
How do we us and abuse water in Canada? How can we conserve water and protect our water ways?
This scavenger hunt booklet, all about the power of water, will help your students learn in a fun and engaging way as they discover our exhibitions. Remember, youth 12 years and under must always be accompanied by an adult.
Download the Museum Mission (PDF, 663 KB)
Download the answers (PDF, 167 KB)
Complete your experience with the Water World Digital Learning Kit.
Check out our general Museum Missions for other ages and themed Missions.
Printing your Museum Mission
Print out the booklets before your visit, making enough copies for students to work either independently or in groups. To print in booklet form, choose “Booklet” and “Both sides” under “Page Sizing & Handling” if your printer supports it. If you are printing in black and white, select “Print in grayscale” for best results.
Water Systems: Examination of global water supply and Relationships with water systems.
Energy: The power of water and how it can be used to create electricity.
Conservation: Examination of personal water usage. Impact of human pollutants on the water table.
Data: Data collection and analysis.
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