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OUR CLIMATE QUEST

OUR CLIMATE QUEST – Festival Hall, October 7 to November 18, 2022

30 minutes – Free

Suitable for Grades:  5-12

Inspire your students and help them build confidence in their ability to create change in the world by adding Our Climate Quest: Small Steps to Big Change to your visit.  This special exhibit with hands-on activities facilitated by Science Communicators will introduce your students to big picture science concepts, current Canadian climate issues and solutions-in-progress, and show them how they can take active roles to influence change. Our Climate Quest: Small Steps to Big Change, empowers students to participate in climate action and become a part of the solution.

Facilitated access by groups to this exhibit must be pre-booked through our Reservations Coordinator at either [email protected] or 204-988-0626.

 

Bundle your field trip and stay for a full day of climate change education! Take a look at our other all new experiences that explore the changing climate and the biodiversity crisis:

  • The Planetarium show Atlas of a Changing Earth uses the science of map-making to forecast the planet’s evolution in the wake of rising global temperatures.
  • All-new self-guided Museum scavenger hunt, Explore Manitoba Biomes, leads your students through an exploration of how plants and animals in Manitoba adapt to changing climates in varying ecosystems. This scavenger hunt was created with the grade 7 curriculum in mind.

Bundle all three experiences for only $9.50 per student!

Start your Quest at school and follow up after your visit with activities from Our Climate Quest’s EDUCATION GUIDE.

 

Our Climate Quest: Small Steps to Big Change was developed and produced by Science North, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. 

 

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