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Boats & Floats (G2)

All Aboard! Your students will discover what makes different objects float or sink. Buoyancy, density, water displacement; it all counts if they are to build a boat that is capable of carrying a load without sinking!

Grade 2: Topic B. Bouyancy and Boats

 

Connecting Stars (G6)

Across four interactive sessions students will learn about the planets in our solar system, why Earth has seasons, the movements of the Sun, Moon and stars, and constellations. 

Grade 6 Topic C: Sky Science 

Please Note: Session 3 is on Tuesday, February 16th, due to Family Day.

Either a webcam equipped laptop or desktop computer with internet access is required for each student or pair of students. Tablets or mobile devices are not compatible with Microsoft TEAMS.

 

Family Membership

Family Membership: Eligible for 2 adults and up to 4 children/youth in the same household.

A TELUS World of Science - Edmonton Membership provides a year of interactive science discovery with many great perks and benefits!

Members receive free Science Centre Admission, up to 50% off IMAX films, special pricing to feature exhibitions, great discounts on camps and courses and much more!

Interplanetary Voyage (G9)

Please Note: This is a 4 week course offered over 4 consecutive Mondays (or Tuesday in the event of a holiday Monday) at the same time each week.

Using practical demonstrations and thought exercises, students will evaluate what is needed to conduct a space mission. Over the course of four sessions students will consider the various destinations of space missions, the technologies used in spaceflight, navigation methods, and optical instruments.

Grade 9 Unit E: Space Exploration 

Please Note: Session 3 is on Tuesday, February 16th, due to Family Day.

Either a webcam equipped laptop or desktop computer with internet access is required for each student or pair of students. Tablets or mobile devices are not compatible with Microsoft TEAMS.

 

Journey of Global Soundscapes (G3-6)

This incredible program takes students on an ear-opening journey into the science of sound and the exciting new field of soundscape ecology. Your students will become in tune with their senses like never before. Presented by a live host in a virtual platform, this highly interactive program guides students through the new science of Soundscape Ecology.

Best Curriculum Fit

Grade 3

Topic D: Hearing and Sound

Grade 7

Unit A: Interactions and Ecosystems

Grade 9

Unit A: Biological Biodiversity

Either a webcam equipped laptop or desktop computer with internet access is required for each student or pair of students. Tablets or mobile devices are not compatible with Microsoft TEAMS.

 

 

Journey of Global Soundscapes (G7-9)

This incredible program takes students on an ear-opening journey into the science of sound and the exciting new field of soundscape ecology. Your students will become in tune with their senses like never before. Presented by a live host in a virtual platform, this highly interactive program guides students through the new science of Soundscape Ecology.

Best Curriculum Fit

Grade 3

Topic D: Hearing and Sound

Grade 7

Unit A: Interactions and Ecosystems

Grade 9

Unit A: Biological Biodiversity

Either a webcam equipped laptop or desktop computer with internet access is required for each student or pair of students. Tablets or mobile devices are not compatible with Microsoft TEAMS.

 

Lab Rat Escapes: Save Our Rocket Launch

A notorious science denier named Chad has infiltrated our S.P.A.C.E. gallery and sabotaged our rocket for the celebration of the Apollo 11 moon landing. He plans to hijack our event to convince people that science is all lies and that the historic moon landing was really filmed in Hollywood. He’s hidden the rocket, left cryptic messages, and the worst part? The countdown is on – it is one hour until launch. The media and people from around the world will be tuning in... No pressure!

We’re counting on your team to fix this. Help our scientist make sense of the mess Chad has left behind and put our rocket back together in time for the big launch. It won’t be easy, but we believe in you – you’re going to rocket!

What it is:

  • An exciting hour-long virtual escape room experience.
  • You will be virtually directing an avatar who is live onsite at TELUS World of Science - Edmonton, leading them in solving the puzzles.

Booking details:

  • $100+GST for up to four players, $25+GST for each additional player
  • Accommodates a team of 2-8 players. We recommend 4-6 players for the best experience.
  • Recommended audience: Adults, or families with children ages 10+
  • You will play this escape room from your home via an internet connection. All team players do not need to be in the same location. Cell phones not recommended: a laptop or desktop computer is highly advised for each player.
  • You will not be joined by other players: all games are private bookings for your team only.
  • Can’t find a time you like? Contact our bookings team for alternate times.
  • Contact our bookings team if you’re interested in booking as a corporate event

 

The Base Price includes up to 4 players. Please enter the number of players up to 4. Additional players can be added for an additional charge.

Light & Optics (G4)

Students will investigate transparent, translucent and opaque materials and the properties of different substances to affect the transmission of light. Reflection, refraction and shadows will be explored at a grade-appropriate level. The presentation will feature colourful demos, and hands on exploration for your students.

Grade 4: Topic D Light and Shadows

 

Lockbox Logic 1.0 (G3-4)

In this virtual program, students will use problem-solving skills to solve puzzles and save the day!

Your class has been lost in time and your time machine is broken! Can you use your combined problem solving skills to figure out the puzzles to fix it and find your way home?

Students will need paper and a pencil/pen. Worksheets will be emailed out prior to the program.

Best Curriculum Fit:

Grade 3

Math: Problem Solving

Grade 4

Math: Problem Solving

Grade 5

Math: Problem Solving

Grade 6:

Math: Problem Solving

Either a webcam equipped laptop or desktop computer with internet access is required for each student or pair of students. Tablets or mobile devices are not compatible with Microsoft TEAMS.

 

Minerals Rock (G3)

In this virtual program students will be challenged with mineral characteristics in this program that rocks!

Rocks and minerals are all around us, isn't that gneiss? Geologists identify minerals through observation and testing. Can you do the same with the minerals we found?

*A mineral chart and mineral cards will be emailed out to registrant, these should be printed out for each student (or groups of students, if desired)

Best Curriculum Fit:

Grade 3

Topic A: Rocks & Minerals

Either a webcam equipped laptop or desktop computer with internet access is required for each student or pair of students. Tablets or mobile devices are not compatible with Microsoft TEAMS.

Sensational Senses (G1)

In this virtual program, students will explore and examine their senses through activities and experiments.

Our five senses give us the ability to interpret and interact with the world around us. Students tickle each sense through a variety of experiments. They'll see closely, listen intently and sink their teeth into sensory science!

*2 Washable markers for each student are required.

Best Curriculum Fit:

Grade 1 - Topic D: Senses

Either a webcam equipped laptop or desktop computer with internet access is required for each student or pair of students. Tablets or mobile devices are not compatible with Microsoft TEAMS.

 


 

 

Splish Splash (G2)

Get your students' feet wet in our program all about liquids.

Explore our liquid activities where students test waterproofing, absorbing, and viscosity. Race different types of liquids and see the water cycle in action!

Your students will leave this program as liquid experts!

Best Curriculum Fit:

Grade 2

Topic A: Exploring Liquids

Please Note: Participants will need access to water, sponge, construction paper, plastic bag, popsicle sticks, and 2 different pieces of fabric for testing

Either a webcam equipped laptop or desktop computer with internet access is required for each student or pair of students. Tablets or mobile devices are not compatible with Microsoft TEAMS.

 

Sub-Zero Fossil Hunting: The Search for Polar Dinosaurs with Special Guest Dr. Philip J. Currie

Join Palaeontologist Dr. Philip J. Currie as he shares his experiences working on fossil hunting expeditions in some of the world's coldest climates. Finding and excavating dinosaur fossils is never easy. Doing so in the Arctic and on the remote continent of Antarctica is exponentially harder. Fossil hunting in these inhospitable and hard-to-access locations require hammering through frozen rock, surviving extreme weather, and safely navigating dangerous terrain. So why would a palaeontologist like Dr. Currie spend his time dinosaur hunting in such remote, frigid climates? Because even the smallest polar fossils reveal previously undiscovered mysteries.

Please Note:

For Members registering for this Speaker Series, it is only necessary to register 1 member per digital link. Only choose more than 1 member if you are intending on using more than 1 digital link.

 

The 1-2-3's of Telescopes

THE 1-2-3 s OF TELESCOPE USE

Let us show you how to make the most out of your telescope through this 2-hour online class.   You will learn what the different parts of a telescope are and how they function, how to properly set up your telescope, how to find celestial bodies, what accessories would be useful to you, how to take some simple astrophotography and how to take care and perform proper maintenance of your telescope. Registrants should have their own telescopes nearby for this online program, but it is not a requirement. During the program your hosts will take questions from the participants and try to answer those questions. It is anticipated that once the pandemic ends that your hosts will invite you to an in-person evening session at the observatory at the TELUS World of Science - Edmonton to assist you further. 

The program will be presented through Microsoft TEAMS. A link will be provided for the program once registered.

 

Up Close With Nature (G3-4)

Get up close and personal with one of our animal ambassadors. Learn about their adaptations, habitat and what they eat. Get to see an animal up close and have a live chat with one of our animal specialists.

This program will be tailored to meet your grade-specific needs.

Best Curriculum Fit:

Kindergarten: Environment and Community Awareness

Grade 1: Topic B: Seasonal Changes; Topic E: Needs of Animals and Plants

Grade 2: Topic E: Small Crawling and Flying Animals

Grade 3: Topic E: Animal Life Cycles

Either a webcam equipped laptop or desktop computer with internet access is required for each student or pair of students. Tablets or mobile devices are not compatible with Microsoft TEAMS.

 

Up Close With Nature (K-2)

Get up close and personal with one of our animal ambassadors. Learn about their adaptations, habitat and what they eat. Get to see an animal up close and have a live chat with one of our animal specialists.

This program will be tailored to meet your grade-specific needs.

Best Curriculum Fit:

Kindergarten: Environment and Community Awareness

Grade 1: Topic B: Seasonal Changes; Topic E: Needs of Animals and Plants

Grade 2: Topic E: Small Crawling and Flying Animals

Grade 3: Topic E: Animal Life Cycles

Either a webcam equipped laptop or desktop computer with internet access is required for each student or pair of students. Tablets or mobile devices are not compatible with Microsoft TEAMS.

 

Who Roars Here (K)

Join us for a romp in prehistoric times without leaving your classroom nest. Your little paleontologists will learn about dinosaurs through songs, full-body play, science demonstrations, and additional activities! It will be a roar-some good time! 

Preschool: Play and Playfulness, Communication and Literacies, Seeking, Participating

Kindergarten: Early Literacy, Early Numeracy, Creative Expression, Physical Skills and Well-Being

 

$20 Gift Card

Give the gift of a memory of discovery and imagination. They're fun and easy.

Redeem them for:

  • Admission tickets
  • Memberships
  • Purple Pear Cafe purchases
  • Gift shop Purchases
  • and more!

 

Coding for Kids (Ages 6-8)

Campers will learn the basics of coding and video game design through hands on activities, games, play and the use of technology. At the end of the week, campers will have the first building blocks of their very own video game that they can continue to create on their own. Campers may require some adult assistance with this camp. *Please note the specific technology needed to participate in this camp.

Expedition: Dinosaur Exhibition Voucher

PLEASE NOTE: This is only a voucher. All vouchers must be redeemed for timed-admission ticket once available.

Please review the complete terms and conditions you will receive by email for complete instructions on how to redeem this voucher.

Voucher Terms & Conditions

Valid from opening date until October 11, 2021

To redeem voucher, call our Bookings Department at 780-451-3344 or present in person at the Box Office in exchange for One (1) Expedition: Dinosaur timed-admission ticket.

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