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Manitoba Museum (Canada)

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The Manitoba Museum is the province of Manitoba's largest, not-for-profit centre for heritage and science learning. We are renowned for our vivid portrayal of Manitoba's rich and diverse history, Planetarium shows, and Science Gallery exhibits.

The Manitoba Museum's Virtual Field Trips offer remote learning opportunities for students of all ages, including families and lifelong learners. These online programs will engage students in different ways - including polls and chats, up-close examinations of real museum artifacts and specimens, interactive tours of the Museum Galleries, and virtual adventures through the Planetarium night sky using state-of-the-art Digistar technologies.

 

Programs by Manitoba Museum (Canada)

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Animal Adaptations

Take a virtual nature walk through the Manitoba Museum galleries as we focus on the interesting ways animals behave in order to survive! Learn how animals are suited to their environments, explore the differences between young and mature animals...

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Exploring the Fur Trade

This interactive program introduces participants to the big picture of the fur trade in western Canada. Investigate the different roles of those involved in the fur trade (e.g. trappers and traders) and ideas traded between Europeans and First...

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Exploring the Solar System

Discover your place in space! Explore the planets of our solar system, as well as moons, asteroids, and comets, and learn about how we explore them using technology and in-person. 

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First Farmers: Indigenous Agriculture of the Americas

Many of the foods we eat today were domesticated and cultivated by First Nations farmers throughout the Americas. Participants will learn about the importance of First Nations agriculture in world history, how we know about this history, and...

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Inuit: People of Canada's North

Participants will learn about the resourcefulness of Canada’s Inuit communities and their use of skin, stone, bone, and snow. We will investigate artifacts such as the ulu, kudlik, and bow drill, examine the flora and fauna of this region, and...

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Nonsuch Gallery Tour - The Manitoba Museum's Trading Ship

Join us for a virtual adventure highlighting the Manitoba Museum’s largest artifact, the Nonsuch. An introductory presentation will highlight the historical significance of this Manitoba Museum treasure, followed by a live and interactive virtual...

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Save The Lake!

Lake Winnipeg has a problem, and we need you to help fix it! This program explores the role of excess phosphorous on the Lake Winnipeg ecosystem. An award-winning computer simulation helps students explore the many sources of phosphorus, and...

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What's Up?

Discover the amazing sights you can see in the sky! Experience the Sun’s effect on our planet, from day and night to the seasons. Find constellations and planets, and visit other planets to learn about how special our home planet Earth is.

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Winnipeg General Strike 1919

This program explores what was happening on the ground during the Winnipeg General Strike in May and June 1919. Explore the causes of Canada’s largest strike, from post-war unemployment to the Spanish flu. Discover different perspectives and...

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More About This Provider

Type of Organization

Arts/Cultural/Museum

Contact

Fiona Sime   programs@manitobamuseum.ca
190 Rupert Avenue
Winnipeg Manitoba R3B 0N2
2049880626
Canada

manitobamuseum.ca

Primary Disciplines

The programs of Manitoba Museum (Canada) cover:

STEM
Community Interests
Social Studies/History
Sciences
Curriculum