Booking availability for Winter 2024 are Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. All classroom programs are 1 hour in length. While the targeted audiences for these programs are kindergarten to grade 7, we are likely able to cater the program towards any age group. Please reach out if you are interested in having us teach your older learners!

Did you know you can book an ARMS education program in any school district! That’s right! We will come to your classroom anywhere in the Lower Mainland. *Travel charges may apply.

Winter Workshop booking form

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Winter 2024 Workshops

Scales and Tales $90 | Gr.K-7

Learn about a keystone species and how salmon fit into this complex Pacific ecosystem. Watch the salmon transition through a life cycle story. The types of Pacific Salmon and their life cycle are introduced in this program. Students will participate in interactive demonstrations and activities and will come away with an understanding of the trials and tribulations that salmon must face.

Forest Explorers $90 | Gr.K-7

Understand the importance of wildlife trees and nursery logs in our ecosystem. Participate in an impression activity to learn how to identify tracks of animals here in the Alouette Watershed, while learning everything and more about our forests

Wild Water Cycle $90 | Gr.K-7

Learn about the water cycle and how water moves through lakes, rivers, and creeks in the Alouette watershed. Analyze the effects of pollution on waterways through the use of an EnviroScape. Learn what storm drain markings mean and discover new ways that you can help protect the local watershed.

Wildlife Habitat Building $60 + $11/kit | Gr.2-7**

Build a bird feeder from reclaimed cedar. This hands-on workshop includes a presentation on the wildlife species that will use these feeders, as well as step-by-step building instructions from our educator. The completed product can be taken home by students or placed in suitable habitats around the schoolyard. All building equipment is provided.

**Workshop is available to K – Gr 1 classes if school can provide additional adult helpers during the session.

Please use the WINTER BOOKING LINK to register.

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Booking availability for Spring 2024 will begin on April 2 and will take place on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. All classroom programs are 1 hour in length. While the targeted audiences for these programs are kindergarten to grade 7, we are likely able to cater the program towards any age group. Please reach out if you are interested in having us teach your older learners!

Did you know you can book an ARMS education program in any school district! That’s right! We will come to your classroom anywhere in the Lower Mainland. *Travel charges may apply.

Spring Workshop booking form

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Spring 2024 Workshops

Buzzing with Bees $90 | Gr.K-2

Discover the importance of pollinators through the life cycle of native bees and learn bee identification. Understand issues impacting bees and how you can help. View our observation beehive with live honeybees!

Butterfly Beauties $90 | Gr.K-2

Uncover the importance of pollinators through the life cycle of a butterfly. Learn how to identify a variety of native butterfly species. Complete a craft to support pollinators with our instructor and raise a class set of Painted Lady caterpillars!

Scales and Tales $90 | Gr.K-7

Learn about a keystone species and how salmon fit into this complex Pacific ecosystem. Watch the salmon transition through a life cycle story. The types of Pacific Salmon and their life cycle are introduced in this program. Students will participate in interactive demonstrations and activities and will come away with an understanding of the trials and tribulations that salmon must face.

Forest Explorers $90 | Gr.K-7

Understand the importance of wildlife trees and nursery logs in our ecosystem. Participate in an impression activity to learn how to identify tracks of animals here in the Alouette Watershed, while learning everything and more about our forests

Night Creatures $90 | Gr.K-7

Uncover the mysteries of nocturnal creatures wandering the night. Discover how these animals use their adaptations and tools to thrive in the dark. Observe a preserved Western Screech Owl and various bat bones encased in resin to determine what makes these creatures so unique. Engage in a food web activity to understand how all these creatures are connected.

Wild Water Cycle $90 | Gr.K-7

Learn about the water cycle and how water moves through lakes, rivers, and creeks in the Alouette watershed. Analyze the effects of pollution on waterways through the use of an EnviroScape. Learn what storm drain markings mean and discover new ways that you can help protect the local watershed.

Wildlife Habitat Building $60 + $11/kit | Gr.2-7**

Build a bird feeder from reclaimed cedar. This hands-on workshop includes a presentation on the wildlife species that will use these feeders, as well as step-by-step building instructions from our educator. The completed product can be taken home by students or placed in suitable habitats around the schoolyard. All building equipment is provided.

**Workshop is available to K – Gr 1 classes if school can provide additional adult helpers during the session.

Please use the SPRING BOOKING LINK to register.

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Our Classroom Programs

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June 14, 2023

Salmon Dissection

Witness a live salmon dissection. Learn about the anatomy and physiological functions of these fascinating creatures. Gain an understanding of why salmon conservation is vital. Duration: 1 hours Age: Grade…
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June 18, 2023

Buzzing with Bees

A Bugs Life (Spring only) Learn the importance of pollinators! Compare the lifecycle of a bee and a butterfly. View our live honeybee hive. Subject to availability, includes caterpillars for…
Classroom Programs
June 14, 2023

Night Creatures

Uncover the mysteries of nocturnal creatures wandering the night. Discover how these animals use their adaptations and tools to thrive in the dark. Observe a preserved Western Screech Owl and…
Classroom Programs
June 18, 2023

Scales and Tales

Learn about a keystone species and how salmon fit into this complex Pacific ecosystem. Watch the salmon transition through a life cycle story. The types of Pacific Salmon and their…
Classroom Programs
June 15, 2023

Wild Water Cycle

Learn about the water cycle and how water moves through lakes, rivers, and creeks in the Alouette watershed. Analyze the effects of pollution on waterways through the use of an…
Classroom Programs
June 14, 2023

Wildlife Habitat Building

Build a bird feeder from reclaimed cedar. This hands-on workshop includes a presentation on the wildlife species that will use these feeders, as well as step-by-step building instructions from our…
Classroom Programs
June 18, 2023

Forest Explorers

Understand the importance of wildlife trees and nursery logs in our ecosystem. Participate in an impression activity to learn how to identify tracks of animals here in the Alouette Watershed,…
Classroom Programs
June 14, 2023

Butterfly Beauties

Uncover the importance of pollinators through the life cycle of a butterfly. Learn how to identify a variety of native butterfly species. Complete a craft to support pollinators with our…