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Archive for February, 2017

Lougheed house is committed to education and are excited to have students experience yesterday, today!

Wednesday, February 15th, 2017

In 1891 James and Isabella Lougheed, one of Alberta’s most influential families, built this beautiful mansion on what was then the outskirts of a young pioneer town. Since then, Dukes and Duchesses, Princes and Princesses, and the first female contingent of the Canadian army during WWII, have stayed at Lougheed House and brought with them… Read More →

Cobbs Corn Maze fieldtrips keep your students moving and learning

Wednesday, February 15th, 2017

The Cobbs Corn Maze offers fieldtrips for all grade levels – from preschool to highschool –  and cover Alberta curriculum for a variety of subjects. Fieldtrips can be customized for teambuilding, leadership development, and special needs. Here is a list of standard fieldtrips Gemstone Mining: Students will learn about 3 different rock categories and how to… Read More →

Since 1997, CPAWS has engaged 100,000 students and counting…

Wednesday, February 15th, 2017

CPAWS offers both in-class learning, an outdoor guided hike, or both! The programs complement one another. In the classroom. CPAWS will come to your classroom with all the tools we need to provide your students with a hands-on learning experience. Outdoors. A certified hiking guide will take your class outdoors for the day on a guided… Read More →

Puppetry appeals to diverse learning styles and motivates students by simply having fun!

Tuesday, February 14th, 2017

Explore, create, and learn through the power of puppetry – programs for K-12!  WP Puppet Theatre Society has been offering performances, workshops, residencies and professional development for schools and communities since 1991. W. P Puppet Theatre’s current production, Pigs in a Canoe and other Watery Stories, and the French language version, Petits Cochons dans un Canot,… Read More →

The Universe is calling… your students can answer it at the RAO

Monday, February 13th, 2017

The Rothney Astrophysical Observatory is one of the principal research facilities within the University of Calgary’s Department of Physics and Astronomy. As one of Canada’s best-equipped astronomical teaching facilities they provide university students with the opportunity to use research-grade telescopes, an integral part of the undergraduate astronomy curriculum. As an astronomy resource for school children, teachers… Read More →