Explore the history of the abalone fishery in B.C. with student presentations and an interactive game (with marshmallows!). English and French.
Secondary activity and discussion using a measurement tool that allows students to calculate and consider the effects of their personal resource use (English & French).
Grades 4 -11; class discussions, research, and activities to learn about deep sea biodiversity, Canada's Endeavour Hydrothermal vent site and it’s designation as a Marine Protected Area (English & French).
Ocean School is a free, bilingual educational resources integrated with Google Classroom and alined with curriculums for grades 6-9.
Education Program that includes resources and curriculum for all grade levels to help students understand, respect and protect local watersheds, from stream to sea (also available in French).
A webinar series directed towards youth with an ocean protection approach. Also includes worksheets and further learning resources.
A downloadable illustrated book, board game, and accompanying lessons to foster enthusiasm for fish and habitat. The book includes a section interviewing inspiring youth stewards who are taking action to protect salmon and salmon habitat.
Check out these resources developed by educational consultant Krystal Pyke as a part of the Salish Sea Marine Survival Project. Learn more about the Salish Sea and salmon!
The United Nations is launching the Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development in 2021. Canadian kids can think up and draw invention ideas to protect the oceans. Get involved now!
An array of engaging and online resources — perfect for parents, teachers, and students. Browse online educational programs by museum name or by type. Explore new spaces through our virtual tours, or visit digital exhibitions through Ingenium’s partnership with Google Arts & Culture.