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CONTEST NOW OVER. PLEASE FLIP THROUGH EACH FIELD TRIP TO SEE WINNER.
WIN A FIELD TRIP CONTEST + a chance to win a SCHOOL BUS courtesy of First Student. Also, request copies of the 2018-19 Field Trip Planner, and check for events/articles that are beneficial to teachers! Draw is valid November 1, 2018 – January 31, 2019
CONTEST EXTENDED! NEW DRAW DATE!
Monday, February 4, 2019
…you get 2 more days, enter before it’s gone!
***Only ONE (1) Draw will take place for all four (4) field trips + (1) winner wins a school bus trip. Enter below once per month (to increase your odds) for a chance to win a FREE FIELD TRIP!
Legoland Discovery Centre Toronto
LEGOLAND® Discovery Centres and LEGO® Education work in partnership to deliver high quality educational experiences will prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s world. Now educators can discover the learning philosophy of LEGO Education in the thrilling atmosphere of LEGOLAND Discovery Centres, offering a wonderful balance of learning and fun.
WHAT WE OFFER TEACHERS
We offer teachers well-designed, age appropriate school trips that support educational curriculum standards.
All LEGOLAND® Discovery Centres integrate hands-on materials and activities designed by LEGO Education in collaboration with real-world educators
Meet current education standards bringing math, science, engineering, and language arts to life
Develop 21st century learning skills of communication, collaboration, critical-thinking, and problem solving
Enter Today for a chance to Win a Field Trip to Legoland Discovery Centre Toronto for you and up to 30 students!
WINNER: Paige Harris
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is an unforgettable learning destination for children, youth and adults. Our mission is to provide a top quality, world class aquatic life facility that will foster environmental education, conservation, and research, while simultaneously providing entertainment for visitors of all ages.
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is the first and only aquatic facility of its kind in Ontario. As such, we intend to provide students and guests of all ages with a wide selection of quality environmental education programs that will enhance their visit experience.
Our suite of school programs offers a range of interactive and exciting options that are designed to meet Ontario Ministry of Education curriculum standards and provide participants with a deeper understanding of the aquatic world and the importance of environmental protection and conservation.
Enter below for a chance to win a trip for up to 30 kids
WINNER: Kim McInnis
Looking for a new perspective on your curriculum? A fun and educational place to take your class? Why not visit the CN Tower! The CN Tower offers a fun and exciting learning environment with curriculum based programs for Grades 3 and 7.
Groups who visit between January and March 2019 will have the added experience of seeing Regalia Native Pride, a stunning exhibit of 30 portraits of people from 14 different nations dressed in striking and colourful regalia, magnificent outfits that tell their personal stories as well as those of their people and their worldview.
Enter for a chance to win a field trip for 30 students & educator!
WINNER: Kirsti Barr
GO TOURS CANADA – Walking Tour
Wondering what a trip to the Distillery District or Old Town Toronto feels like? Fascinating history, spectacular architecture and classic machinery are only the beginning when it comes to exploring these iconic neighbourhoods.
Click below for a chance to win THIS field trip for you and up to 30 students!
WINNER: Patricia Krzeminski
Hamilton Civic Museums
Quality curriculum-linked educational programs delivered by friendly and knowledgeable interpreters at Dundurn Castle, The Hamilton Military Museum, Whitehern Historic House & Garden, Battlefield House Museum & Park, Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology, Hamilton Children’s Museum, Fieldcote Memorial Park & Museum, Griffin House, and the Hamilton Farmer’s Market.
Museums have aligned current programming to reflect the revised Ontario Curriculum for Social Studies, History and Geography. We are committed to offering the inquiry-based learning style outlined by the citizenship education framework.
Click below for a chance to win a field trip to (1) one of the Hamilton Civic Museums for you and up to 30 students!
WINNER: Heidi Flemming
Museum of Illusions
Opened in late 2018, the Museum of Illusions offers visitors a fascinating world of unique illusions that tricks the senses, while at the same time making them question what they are seeing, touching and experiencing. Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Toronto, and directly across the from the historic St. Lawrence Market, the Museum contains over 80 illusions, installations and holograms, and is the first tourist attraction to open in Toronto since Ripley’s Aquarium in 2012.
A perfect fit for any group, the Museum works closely with elementary and secondary schools across the province to align field trips with subject matter curriculum. An excursion to the Museum of Illusions is suitable for any school group and the exhibits align nicely with a variety of subjects and courses, ranging from math, geometry, science, psychology, communication and informatics, and visual arts. The illusions and exhibits are designed to intrigue a variety of senses, most especially an individual’s visual, spacial, somatic, proprioceptive, equilibrioceptive, mechanoreceptive and cognitive senses.
If you’re ready for an adventure, we guarantee you’ll find it at the Museum of Illusions, where education and fun go hand in hand to produce an “edutainment” experience your students will never forget!
Click below for a chance to win a field trip to (1) Museum of Illusions for you and up to 30 students!
WINNER: Catherine Mitchell-Bailey