Once Upon A Tree - In Person

Last updated on
Tuesday, February 8th, 2022
Experience type: 
In-Person
Program Description

Deep in Lynn Canyon Park live giant plants that clean the air and water and create food and habitats for animals. What are they? Trees of course! In this program, students will learn about the life cycles of these giant plants, discover how trees grow food and create habitats, and learn about the connections between trees and the soil, air, and water cycles.

Big Ideas
  • Living things have life cycles adapted to their environment.
  • Water is essential to all living things, and it cycles through the environment.
  • Living things are diverse, can be grouped, and interact in their ecosystems.
  • COVID Precautions

    Programs will take place primarily outdoors, with the option to use well ventilated indoor areas for the introduction and conclusion.

    Groups of more than 15 will have two leaders, and the group will be split in half for the duration of the program.

    During the presentation part of the program, the group leader will distance from the group and wear a mask.

    During the field study part of the program, when distancing may not be possible, the group leader will wear a mask.

    Items that we use during the field study will be sanitized.

    Classes that wish to come into the museum after the program will need to pre-book their museum visit. Visits are 30 minutes for a maximum of 15 people at a time. Masks are strongly recommended outside for all students and required inside for ages 5 and up.

    Trip Details
    For Grades: 
    2, 3
    Months Available: 
    Times Offered: 
    Duration: 
    See notes. minutes unless otherwise stated.
    Maximum Students: 
    Offered In French: 
    No
    Also Offered For: 
    Other
    Packages Provided: 
    Pre-Visit Information Package
    Fee Details
    Fee Notes: 
    • Up to 12 students – $93.50
    • 13 to 30 students – $166.00
    Additional Notes

    This is a 2.5hr program, running from 10am to 12:30pm. Please call 604-99-3755 or email ecocentre@dnv.org to book.