K-12 School Programs with curriculum connections including palaeontology, geology, social studies, science and art.
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Ever wanted to get the facts about dinosaurs straight from the experts, but can’t make it out for a school program? This long-distance Q and A session brings our dino-experts straight to you!
Meet baby puppet Dino Dale, sing-along to a dinosaur song and make a paleo-visor (a wonderful souvenir) to wear during an indoor adventure.
Words with a captivating rhythm set the students imagination into full Cretaceous swing before they puzzle over interpreting real 73-million year old fossils.
Students examine specimens of modern and prehistoric insects by looking at fossils and replicas.
Meet a “Rock Cycle” puppet, learn about the Rock Cycle and explore rocks and minerals during a lab session!
What was it like during the Cretaceous 73 million years ago? What dinosaurs and plants lived here? How did hundreds of dinosaurs die in one spot?
During this very hands-on program, students examine real 73-million year old fossils and extraordinary replicas from Alberta and beyond.
Students start the program with an art activity using dinosaur stencils and paint, which involves heat, pressure and time – the same ingredients it takes to make a fossil!
Students make their own replica fossil to keep as a souvenir! During this interactive program students learn the differences between molds, casts and fossils.
A dinosaur has been found murdered, the victim of a mysterious prehistoric crime!
Students will explore how different types of animals have mastered the art of moving through the sky.
During this interactive presentation, students apply their knowledge to discover what Alberta was like during the Cretaceous.
Learn the ways in which artists take ancient bones and show the world what it was like here millions of years ago
Dinosaur footprints provide information on dinosaur speed and social behavior. Students analyze dinosaur trackways found locally and around the world.
An engaging and interactive way for Alberta’s next generation to gain a foundation in Palaeontology.
Building upon previously learned concepts, Palaeontology 20 brings the next step in exciting hands-on learning.
Palaeontology 30 is the culmination of our Palaeontology Foundation Program.
K - 12 PROGRAM TESTIMONIALS
…the kids 100% engaged with the hands on portion. The presentation touched on many different points from the Alberta curriculum… the information that was presented with the fossil replica’s tied into Alberta background perfectly. The videos showed the landscape of Alberta, jobs, resources, animals and more.…
C’était la première fois que je voyais la présentation et cela a dépassé mes attentes. Les élèves se sont bien amusés et ont beaucoup appris.
I was very pleased with the way information was embedded in all aspects of the program including: the slideshow, puppet show, fossil show-and-tell, and rock and mineral lab.
I really enjoyed the presentation Dino Tracker for Grade 10. The greatest strength of the program was the mathematics at the end and doing the calculations and figuring out the dinosaur actual hip height and speed.
Geology Rocks exceeded my expectations in many ways… on every learning style: visual, spatial, auditory, verbal, kinesthetic, logic, social and solitary! All students were engaged!