Outdoor Learning

Where does food come from?

Nature Kids Club learned where their food was coming from and how it was impacting the environment. Students in room 3 learned that if they took the seeds from tomatoes, peppers and cucumber, they could grow their own garden of those foods. They were amazed.

Project number: 
Chief Justice Milvain School

Writing Letters To the Mayor

The Nature Kids Club have written Letters to the Mayor of Calgary giving him some of our suggestions and asking him what can be done to help our environment.

Project number: 
Chief Justice Milvain School

Bat & Moth

One student chose to focus on the bat during a structured mammal inquiry. He taught the class that bats "see with their ears," and we consolidated learning about echolocation and a little bit about predator/prey relationships by playing the game Bat & Moth outside.

Project number: 
Hillside Collegiate
Geoje, South Korea

Funders and Sponsors

  • RBC Foundation
  • The Calgary Foundation
  • Kamp Kiwanis
  • Cenovus Energy
  • Alliance Pipeline
  • TD Friends of the Enivornment Foundation
  • Rife Resources Ltd