Blue = curriculum connection
Nature Walk (JK,Grade 1 to 4)
Using the trails of Colonel Sam Smith Park, take part in exploratory activities designed to look closely at nature.
Habitats (Grades 1 to 4 )
What is a habitat and why is it such a significant ecological concept? Learn about the four basic needs of all living things.
Birds (JK, Grade 1 to 4 )
What makes birds unique? Learn where they live, what they eat, and how they behave. Feed the winter Chickadees.
Trees ( JK, Grades 1, 3, 4, 6)
Trees play an important role in our lives. Learn about forest ecology, fruits, seeds, and tree life cycles.
First Nation Games (Grades 3 to 7)
The First Nations People played many games. Have fun learning about their customs.
Renewable Energy (Grade 5)
Learn about different types of renewable energy and how we benefit from each.
(April - October)
Plants (Grades 1 to 6)
Learn about the importance of the variety of plants in our world.
(April - November)
Amazing Animals (JK, Grades 1 to 6)
Uncover the differences between the animal groups. Wildlife native to the area will be emphasized.
Insects (Grades JK, 1 to 4)
Examine and compare fascinating insects in different habitats.
(April to October)
Pollinators (Grade 4 to 8)
Are you aware of the many ways that humans rely on pollinators? Learn about the diversity of pollinators and find out how and why we should act to protect them!
Ecology Games (Grades 1 to 8)
Play a variety of games and learn that everything plays an important role in nature.
Watershed Awareness (Grades 4 to 8)
What is a watershed and how do you study one? Identify your watershed address.
(April to November)