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Three happy young children playing in the snow in winter

Activities: Communicating, Outdoor Experiences, Taking Action, Watching and Reflecting,

Snow and Climate Change

Get ready for a thrilling journey into the world of snow, science, and climate change! In “Snow Science and Climate Change Action,” we’ll dive into an eye-opening YouTube video that reveals how climate change is transforming Canada’s snowpack and affecting the way we live, work, and play on the snow. Then, it’s your turn to […]

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A young boy and girl in the forest pointing at birds

Activities: Communicating, Outdoor Experiences, Watching and Reflecting,

Bird Bingo

Are you heading for a nature hike? Perfect! Bring along your Bird Bingo card. Potato the Chicken says that people can’t stop raven about it! Key Concepts: Birds, bingo, water, water appreciation, nature, scavenger hunt, outside

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Happy children running together in a park

Activities: Communicating, Outdoor Experiences, Watching and Reflecting,

Nature Search

From fun facts, to riddles, to a nature scavenger hunt, you’ll find fun activities to do on Future Chicken’s Nature Search! Find it below! Key concepts: Water, water appreciation, nature, scavenger hunt, outside

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Conceptual art showing a water droplet with ice at the top and water at the bottom with two polar bears playing in the water

Activities: Communicating, Outdoor Experiences, Taking Action, Watching and Reflecting,

Saving Water

Water is found in three states of matter on Earth – solid (ice), liquid (lakes, rivers, oceans), and gas (humidity in the atmosphere, clouds). The same water has been cycling through these three states for millions of years. We are drinking the same water dinosaurs also drank. However, only 0.3% of the Earth’s water is […]

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Illustration of the bottom of the ocean showing a coral reef and fish

Activities: Communicating, Watching and Reflecting,

Careers with Water: Oceanography

Oceanographers explore the deep sea with underwater vehicles, cameras and high tech equipment. Katy Croff Bell tells us more about her job studying the depths of the ocean in National Geographic Kids’ Best Job Ever series.  Check out the video and then download the classroom guide and Powerpoint for this lesson. Key concepts: Water, water […]

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picture of dirty waste water pouring into a river

Activities: Communicating, Outdoor Experiences, Taking Action, Watching and Reflecting,

Protecting Our Water

Not all water pollution is dumped directly into water bodies. Almost anything we put on the land or release into the air can end up in groundwater, rivers, lakes and oceans. Activities such as gold and silver mining, manufacturing plastics, using pesticides, and burning fossil fuels, plastics, wood and peat all release persistent pollutants into […]

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