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Fall at the Farm School Program

Fall at the Farm

Program Description:

This program offers a cornucopia of fun with two activity stations featuring seasonal topics: honeybees and apples. By playing a game and participating in fun activities, students discover the role of bees in pollination, and learn about a bee’s life cycle and honey production. As students make apple cider, they learn how apple trees are grown and cared for, and how trees rely on special insects for pollination and fruit production.

Curriculum Links:

Junior Kindergarten and Kindergarten Science and Technology Preschool Competency 5 — To construct his/her understanding of the world
Grades 1 to 3 Science and Technology —Understanding Life Systems Primary Cycle 1 Science and Technology — To explore the world of science & technology
      Geography, History and Citizenship Education —
To construct his/her representation of space, time, and society
    Primary Cycle 2 Science and Technology, Competency 2 —
To make the most of scientific and technological tools, objects, and procedures
      Geography, History and Citizenship Education, Competency 1 —
To understand the organization of a society in its territory and Competency 2 — To interpret change in a society and its territory    

Teacher Tips:

Make name tags for the students to facilitate rapport with the Museum Educator. See more pre-visit tips or download the pre-visit information PDF.


$9 per student, $1 per chaperone (group leader is free).
A minimum fee of $144 will be charged per group.


To reserve this program call 613-991-3053 or 1-866-442-4416 (toll free). You may also complete the online reservation form or email

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