The biodiversity of the North Peace Region is extensive.
Following the science curriculum for grades one, two, three, and four, this program looks at local wildlife – their names, features, and behavioural adaptations. Students will spot the differences between parents and offspring. They’ll discover the place these animals hold in local food chains and food webs. Students will learn about the seasonal rounds made by the Dane-Zaa (Beaver First Nations) while hunting and gathering across the Peace Region of Alberta and British Columbia.
Using photographs, taxidermy animals, stories, interactive activities, and crafts, this program introduces students to the amazing biodiversity of the North Peace. Students will sort and classify information by matching tracks to wildlife and identifying taxidermy animals in the museum. They’ll make moose antlers, bear paws, and beaver finger puppets to take home with them.
Duration: 75 minutes
Cost: $3 plus GST per child (max. 30 students) (adults are free of charge)
PROGRAM FEES ARE DUE BEFORE OR ON THE DAY OF THE PROGRAM.
An adult must accompany every ten students in an elementary school class. We recommended more accompanying adults for grade three and under. It is the responsibility of the teacher and accompanying adult volunteers to maintain discipline throughout the visit.