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Little Sweet Tooth

Hosted by: Vanier Museopark

Children walk through the heritage forest of Richelieu Park and discover its main attraction: a unique urban sugar bush! Children are introduced to the cycle of the seasons, the different species of maple trees and the phenomenon of sap flow. They learn to respect the ecosystem by participating in a treasure hunt.

https://museoparc.ca/programmes-scolaires/

Muséoparc Vanier Museopark

Education Value and Curriculum Connections:

  • Junior-Senior Kindergarten – Social Studies: identify elements of French-speaking culture
  • Junior-Senior Kindergarten – Science and Technology: demonstrate curiosity and respect for life and the environment. Identify daily and seasonal changes.
  • Grade 1 – Science and Technology “Earth and Space Systems”: examine the effects on living beings of changes in the cycle of days and seasons. “Life Systems”: explore the needs and characteristics of plants and animals, as well as humans.
  • Grade 1 – Social Studies “Community”: describe how people use the natural and built environment (e.g., lake, forest, trail; grocery store, gas station, playground) to meet their needs and why this environment is important.

Format

Online, hybrid or in person

Duration

2 x 20 minutes online; 75 minutes in person

Language

English, Français

Fee

$4 per child

Hosted by: Vanier Museopark

Little Sweet Tooth

Muséoparc Vanier Museopark

Education Value and Curriculum Connections:

  • Junior-Senior Kindergarten – Social Studies: identify elements of French-speaking culture
  • Junior-Senior Kindergarten – Science and Technology: demonstrate curiosity and respect for life and the environment. Identify daily and seasonal changes.
  • Grade 1 – Science and Technology “Earth and Space Systems”: examine the effects on living beings of changes in the cycle of days and seasons. “Life Systems”: explore the needs and characteristics of plants and animals, as well as humans.
  • Grade 1 – Social Studies “Community”: describe how people use the natural and built environment (e.g., lake, forest, trail; grocery store, gas station, playground) to meet their needs and why this environment is important.

Format

Online, hybrid or in person

Duration

2 x 20 minutes online; 75 minutes in person

Language

English, Français

Fee

$4 per child