Have you ever wondered where to begin to inspire your class? Start by taking them on a field trip. Since 1956, children have been visiting the Vancouver Aquarium and meeting aquatic animals and their habitats through close encounters with fascinating creatures and hands-on, experiential programs.
We’ve included resources to help you prepare for a field trip to the Aquarium or help you plan activities and lessons in your own classroom. If you would like to contribute a resource you've created for use at the Aquarium or give feedback on one of our resources, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We want you to have a positive, engaging experience exploring our galleries. These lesson plans are designed to positively engage your students during your self-directed visit at the Vancouver Aquarium.
The Bennett Bursary was established by patrons of the Vancouver Aquarium, in honour of long-time Board member and education advocate Betsy Bennett. This program serves schools that have been designated by the Ministry of Education as inner city.
The guide aims to support teachers, educators and students alike in their journey of discovery about marine ecosystems and marine animals with an ultimate goal of conservation in action. Vancouver Aquarium Resource Guide
Inspire your students by making changes in your own classroom. From recycling stations, building a community garden or calculating your carbon footprint, you’ll find many ideas here. Building A Sustainable Classroom
Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup Curriculum Guide
Extend the educational benefits of shoreline cleanups by downloading and using the brand new and free Curriculum Guides for grades K-7. Each of these curriculum guides are linked and support the Prescribed Learning Objectives of BC and Ontario.
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