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Field Trips

Food Literacy

It’s important to make sure kids understand the difference between what’s healthy and what’s not. Field trips that teach about nutrition add value to their health and knowledge.

Theatres for Kids

The grandeur of the big stage, colourful costumes, and the thrill of live performance can be an unforgettable experience for kids of all ages.

Teacher Workshops

There’s no such thing as "too much knowledge!" Consider utilizing your summer holidays to attend educational workshops that will add to your skill set.

Nature Explorers

Help students develop environmental stewardship by exploring these nature centres, all of which offer curriculum-linked programs.

Where Does Our Garbage Go?

Visiting a waste management facility can be a good opportunity to get students thinking about the amount of garbage they produce.

Arts and Crafts Workshops

Not only do art workshops help stimulate creative thinking, they can also offer meaningful curriculum connections.

How to plan for a successful field trip

Before you book the field trip, consider how it will support your curriculum. You and your students may be visiting a fun destination, but education should still be the ...

Field Trips: Sustainable Farming

From the farm to the table, with the classroom in between. Many farms across Canada follow organic practices and use natural methods to keep the soil fertile instead of ...

Fall Farm Trips

Help nurture your students’ fertile minds—literally. Many farms across Canada are open for school tours during the harvest months. While field trips can teach students about ...

Field Trips: Aboriginal Cultural Centres

Prepare your students for the next National Aboriginal Day with a visit to a First Nations culture centre. Students learn about the culture of Canada’s various Aboriginal ...