Education at the Museum of Ontario Archaeology puts history directly in the hands of your students. A school field trip to the museum brings the past to life through our unique and experiential programs. With access to almost two million artifacts, over a century of archaeological research and a full-size Indigenous longhouse, your students will enjoy a truly immersive learning environment while exploring over 13,000 years of human heritage in Ontario.
Our education programming has been updated for 2018 to better reflect the Ontario curriculum with specific focus on social studies, science and technology and mathematics. We provide many experiential and hands-on opportunites exploring archaeology and Ontario’s past. All of our programs are created to meet your curriculum needs and give you a selection of activities that will expand your classroom experience.
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*Complete programming descriptions will be posted soon. Stay tuned for exciting updates or contact the museum for more information.
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*Please note that while the same program may be offered to multiple grades, we will specially tailor each program to reflect the curriculum expectations of your class! We also offer “build your own“ programs. Please contact the museum and we will be happy to work with you to create full or half-day programs that meet your needs.
If you have any questions about our educational programs, please contact Katie Urban- Learning Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call: 519-473-1360