Programs

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) regrettably announces that all TRCA educational facilities are closed, effective immediately, to proactively protect visitors from the potential risk of contracting COVID-19. GET MORE INFORMATION.


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The Air, Climate, and Us!

In this two-part virtual program, students will learn how to monitor air quality using technology and nature, explore the importance of healthy air for us and for the environment, and discover how active transportation can not only help us feel good but help improve our air and fight climate change!Read more
Facility: e-Learning
Levels: Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Kindergarten
Type of course: Virtual
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Virtual Program: Milkweeds and Monarchs

This engaging virtual program is all about Monarch Butterflies, the native milkweed plant they depend on to survive, and how humans can be helpful or harmful!Read more
Facility:
Claremont Nature Centre
e-Learning
Levels: Grade 4
Type of course: Virtual
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Virtual Field Trip: Life on the Farm

What would you find on a farm long ago? Students learn about the roles that family members, farm animals, and plants played on a family farm.Read more
Facility:
Black Creek Pioneer Village
e-Learning
Levels: Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Kindergarten
Type of course: Virtual
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Virtual Field Trip: Society and Change

Enter the world of Confederation-era Canada. Interpret, analyze, and evaluate Canada’s past through the eyes of women, children, and the various religious and ethnic groups that contributed to our country’s development.Read more
Facility:
Black Creek Pioneer Village
e-Learning
Levels: Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8
Type of course: Virtual
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Virtual Field Trip: Sports, Games & Community

Even before the invention of hockey in 1875, sports were an important part of what it means to be Canadian. Through the exploration of artifacts and participation in engaging activities, students discover how sports influenced the lives of Canadian men, women and children in the 1800s.Read more
Facility:
Black Creek Pioneer Village
e-Learning
Levels: Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 6, Grade 8
Type of course: Virtual
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Virtual Field Trip: Yesterday’s Child

Discover the everyday lives and challenges of different communities that lived and worked in 19th century Ontario. Topics covered include food, clothing, education, recreation and work, and the roles of children.Read more
Facility:
Black Creek Pioneer Village
e-Learning
Levels: Grade 2, Grade 3
Type of course: Virtual
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Virtual Maple Syrup Program

A virtual guided hike will walk students through maple tree identification, the history of maple syrup and how it is created.Read more
Facility:
e-Learning
Kortright Centre for Conservation
Levels: Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Kindergarten
Type of course: Virtual
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26 Point Orienteering

Students familiarize themselves with their surroundings by locating each of 26 locations on a map to unscramble clues.Read more
Facility: Claremont Nature Centre
Levels: ESL, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8
Type of course: Day Visit, Overnight
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