Virtual Home School Programs

Science Snapshots

For two days students will engage in 45-minutes of virtual programming demonstrations, facilitated by the TELUS World of Science team.

Sliding down to sub-zero temperatures, your students will explore snow and ice, melting and freezing, and learn how solids, liquids and gases are affected by extremely cold substances such as dry ice and liquid nitrogen. Embrace Alberta's winter with both outdoor and indoor student challenges for all elementary grade levels.

This virtual platform gives us the ability to engage with your entire school; with a 1-6 reach, you can invite as many classes from your school as you like, with no additional fees! Have your students celebrate science and winter by bringing our science presenters to you virtually for two exciting days.

Virtual Weather Watch with CTV's Josh Classen

An exclusive opportunity to learn about weather from CTV's Chief Meteorologist, Josh Classen virtually!

Josh will explain how weather works and how this information is transformed into weather forecasts, using humour and anecdotes as only Josh can. This includes a Q & A period where your students will have the opportunity to ask Josh questions through the chat function.

This is a 60 minute live session with Josh Classen.

Best Curriculum Fit

Grade 5

Topic D: Weather Watch

Either a webcam equipped laptop or desktop computer with internet access is required for each student or pair of students. Tablets or mobile devices are not compatible with Microsoft TEAMS.


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