In collaboration with McGill University ‐ Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, iScola, GAME FOR SCIENCE and Science on Stage Canada we are pleased to offer this unique opportunity for primary and secondary educators to bring science from the world of agriculture and food production to the classroom.
What? In the morning, introduction of GAME FOR SCIENCE and its games related to the progression of learning in Science and technology, French, Ethics and religious culture, etc. In the afternoon, visit to the Macdonald Campus farm: tour of the dairy barn, introduction to the process of storing and preserving the milk, explanation of a butter making module, etc.
If you’re interested in learning more about the River’s treasures, join Kalikasan, GAME FOR SCIENCE’s virtual explorer, on theSt. Lawrence Scavenger Hunt website! Ten fun thematic routes enable you and your family to explore magnificent panoramic photos taken along the River and in its waters. The goal: to find the many treasures hidden there. GAME FOR SCIENCE players are even allowed to exhibit the treasures they have gathered in their own virtual museum!
There’s a good chance that this virtual scavenger hunt will make you want to head out to explore the shores of this majestic River and visit the exciting museums that showcase its treasures. Simply download My exploration notebook – St. Lawrence River. This interactive tool, available on iPad, will enable you to identify the marine mammals you encounter and jot down your own observations.
St. Lawrence Scavenger Hunt is also an original, comprehensive teaching tool. Teachers can download the lesson plans (Elementary Cycle Two and Three, Secondary Cycle One) to find great opportunities for discussing subjects related to Geography, History, Science and Technology.
Are you ready?
The St. Lawrence Scavenger Hunt website was designed by CREO under the initiative of the Musée maritime de Charlevoix (maritime museum), thanks to financial support from the Virtual Museum of Canada and the collaboration of many partners including Aquatarium, Montréal Biodôme, Homarus Éco-Centre, Exploramer, GREMM, Musée de la Gaspésie, Musée de la Mer, Musée du Fjord, Refuge faunique Marguerite-d’Youville,Site historique maritime de la Pointe-au-Père and Parks Canada.
By wandering through the magnificent landscapes of this natural park located in Quebec, you’ll be able to collect many objects that will enrich your virtual museum! Through your discoveries, you will learn how to protect the common eiders, the terns and the moss campion that populate the island. In addition, you will gain precious knowledge about ecosystems and about the appropriate behaviours to preserve them.
It’s time to put on your naturalist adventurer outfit!
There are new features in the Brought to You by Ship game. Will you be able to earn enough points to get yourself a new ship and thus have access to more orders? The bulk carrier will allow you to transport bulk goods towards the GAME FOR SCIENCE islands.
You’ll even be able to obtain information about your ships travelling across the world map.
Take out your order book!
The 3D building and assembly guide will show you the steps to follow to build your glider. (more…)
By answering a series of 20 questions, discover unseen pictures taken from real scientific studies, conducted in areas as varied as natural and engineering sciences, social and human sciences, or health sciences. (more…)
Stop by the Store to get a pretty outfit to shine like a magnificent Christmas bauble, at a cost of 300T$ for members and FREE for Premium subscribers. (more…)
Discover the brand new “Brought to You by Ship” quest, available by clicking on the icon at the bottom right of the new world map.
At the helm of your ship, successfully complete the first steps of a delivery of goods to the GAME FOR SCIENCE islands. Then, develop you marine transportation company in order to make it the most beautiful and most efficient! (more…)
The 7th annual WHERE Challenge is back! What on Earth is in your stuff and WHERE on Earth does it come from? Get your students to be creative and learn something new about science, technology and the manufacturing industry. They could win CASH prizes!
A contest presented by Mining Matters.
For more details, please visit: http://www.earthsciencescanada.com/where/
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