Follow My Tracks
Workshop at the Museum
Ontario: grade 2
Quebec: elementary cycle 1.
In the Mammal Gallery, students use their critical thinking skills to determine which mystery mammals have left tracks in up to five different habitats.
Using identification cards and mammal foot casts, students eliminate the animal tracks that do not fit the story, until they are left with the solution to the mystery. During this workshop, students will also learn about caribou migration.
Duration: 50 minutes.
Curriculum links (link goes to the bottom of the page).
- October 2, 2018 – May 16, 2019
- Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
- Workshop starting time: 9:45 am, 11 am, 12:15 pm.
- $1 per student, in addition to museum admission (admission: $8.50)
- Tax is not included
- See if your class qualifies for Nature Express, our financial-aid programme.
Information and Reservations
- TTY: 613.566.4770
- TTY: 1.866.600.8801
Science and Technology
Understanding Life Systems: Growth and Changes in Animals
Developing Investigation and Communication Skills
- Investigate the ways in which a variety of animals adapt to their environment and/or changes in their environment using various methods.
- Observe and compare the physical characteristics and the behavioural characteristics of a variety of animals, using student-generated questions and a variety of methods and resources.
Understanding Basic Concepts
- Describe an adaptation as a characteristic body part, shape, or behaviour that helps a plant or animal survive in its environment.
- Identify and describe major physical characteristics of different types of animals.
Elementary Cycle 1
Mathematics, Science and Technology
Competency: To explore the world of science and technology
- To become familiar with scientific and technological ways of reasoning and doing things.
- To learn to use simple tools and procedures.
Essential Knowledges / Living Things
- Animal's adaptation to its environment.
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