Educational Programs

Educational programs focus on human history and natural history of British Columbia.

Digital: Amazing Adaptations

Target audience: K-3
Tuesdays 2:00pm, Thursdays 9:00am

Plants and animals have features (body parts) and behaviours that help them survive. These are called adaptations. Learn about some BC animals and the amazing ways they survive and thrive in our local environments through this visit to the natural history gallery.

Digital: BC's Gold Rush

Target audience: Grade 4 (can be adapted for adult audience)
Tuesdays 1:00pm, Thursdays 2:00pm

BC's Gold Rush: In 1858, when gold was discovered in the Fraser River, what is now known as British Columbia became a destination for hopeful miners from around the world. For every gold seeker who rushed here, there were factors that drove them from their homelands and dreams that enticed to a new and foreign place. The impacts of the gold rush on British Columbia were large, and lasting.

Digital: Dinosaurs! Adaptations & Habitats

Target audience: Grade K-2
Tuesdays 11:00am

Explore the different ways dinosaurs used their bodies to survive in their habitats millions of years ago. Through the inspection of plant and dinosaur fossils, students will discover how dinosaurs found food and interacted with their environments. They ll even learn how animals on earth now give us clues about how dinosaurs looked and behaved.

Digital: Home and Community

Target audience: Grade K-2
Tuesdays 9:00am

British Colombia is home to people from diverse cultures, backgrounds, and perspectives. From farms to cities, people have adapted and developed communities to best fit their needs and wants.

Digital: Indigenous Technology - Spindle Whorl

Target audience: All ages and abilities
Tuesdays 10:00am, Thursdays 11:00am and 1:00pm

Explore the spindle whorl as an important Indigenous tool and technology practised by First Nations' peoples in what is now known as British Columbia. While sharing and discussing the spindle whorl and weaving techniques, RBCM's Indigenous Learning Program Developer will highlight three to four weaving techniques practiced by BC First Nations  artists with visual support of objects, images and video.

Digital: Meet the Mammoth

Target audience: Grade 1, 3 and 4 (can be adapted for adult audience)
Thursdays 10:00am

Learn about the Ice Age and the Woolly Mammoths who lived there. Using images, video and objects we will learn about how Woolly Mammoths adapted to survive in the Ice Age. There are lots of opportunities for questions and interaction.

Digital: Tech Test

If you haven’t booked with us before or if you want to make sure your set-up works (computer, projector, speakers, microphone, etc.) book a tech test prior to your program date.

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