Grade 4-6

Grades 4 - 6

The 33rd annual Mayor's Environment Expo will run virtually May 30 to June 3, 2022 and in-person May 31 to June 1, 2022.

See the listings for this grade range below. In-person sessions are on the left and virtual sessions are on the right.

Download the 2022 Teacher’s Manual for detailed information about both the virtual and in-person Expo.  Join the mailing list to receive updates and registration information. 

Have questions about the Mayor’s Environment Expo? Contact expo@calgary.ca

Don’t forget to complete the event registration form

Although the Expo is free and open to everyone, we request teachers register to ensure space in workshops and for security purposes. 

The deadline for in-person registration is May 23, 2022. You can register for virtual events right up until the start of each session.

In-person

Alberta Environment and Parks

Sniffing out invasive species in Alberta

Meet one of the conservation K9s and learn how they use their nose to protect Alberta's land & waters with Environment & Parks Conservation K9 Unit

Suitable for Grades 4 - 9

Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation

Creatures and Climate

Join the Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation to explore how Alberta's animals will be impacted by climate change, and how we humans can help our wild neighbours cope with this and other challenges to their survival.

Suitable for Grades 3 - 6

The Arusha Centre

Rockin the Free Power

These sessions explore the wonderful world of energy! Through audience participation, live electric guitar and singing, we will explore electricity production, magnetic induction, and active transportation themes. Specific curriculum connections include energy efficiency, energy transformations, climate change, electric motors and magnetic induction.

These sessions allow students to better understand how energy is produced, the importance of conserving energy and innovating energy systems, and real life solutions to current energy and climate concerns, and are customized for each age group!

Suitable for Grades 3 - 4

Suitable for Grades 5 - 6

Calgary District Heating Inc.

Tours Calgary District Heating Inc

Join Calgary District Heating Inc for a guided tour with a behind- the- scenes look at how they generate and distribute thermal energy and electricity to the East Village and Downtown Core.

Situated on the corner of 9th Ave and 4th St SE in the East Village, the district energy centre is the heart of an energy network that consists of over 6000 metres of underground insulated pipes bring centralized heating to nearly 6 million square feet space across downtown. District energy allows for an entire district or community to be heated from one central location, resulting in greater efficiency and fewer emissions than conventional heating systems.

The underground network of pipes carries thermal energy, in the form of hot water, to be used for space heating and domestic hot water to customers including City Hall, New Central Library, PLATFORM,  Studio Bell, Arts Commons, Hilton Hotel, Telus SKY and Intact Place. Just name a few.

Suitable for Grades 4 - 7

Calgary Region Airshed Zone

We affect air quality and air quality affects us

Join us and learn about how our actions affect air quality and how air quality affects us. Take a look at Calgary’s air quality; how do we compare to the rest of the world? How do our actions in our neighbourhood, at our schools and in our city affect air quality? How can we change our habits to protect our air?

Suitable for Grades 4 - 6

Calgary Stampede

Design a sustainable future

The session will combine many of the Calgary Stampedes education programs and will guide participants through the creation of their own Stampede Poster. The challenge: Create a Stampede poster that shows a sustainable Calgary in the year 2050. This will take many forms depending on the audience, from virtual canvases to in-person painting but the challenge remains the same.

Throughout the session, we will provide sustainability thoughts and examples from the Journey 2050 program, OH Ranch program and the sustainability initiatives used at the Stampede.

Suitable for Grades K - 9

City of Calgary Recreation

Mobile Adventure Playground

Join us for a self-directed  program that use loose parts and natural materials to inspire active and creative play, and connect people, young and old.

Play spaces have been chosen to meet the needs of creative, imaginative, nature-based and self-directed play that are vital to children's cognitive, emotional and social development.

Onsite play ambassadors will be on site to inspire play.

Suitable for all ages

City of Calgary - Waste and Recycling Services

Wipe Out Waste - Conserving is the new cool!

Will today’s hot new trend become tomorrow’s garbage? Let’s learn how we can make the shift to wasting less! Join us for a hands-on workshop that explores the benefits of a circular economy and learn a new skill along the way.

Calgarians are concerned about the amount of waste we generate and the environmental impacts of our current system of take-make-use-waste. In a circular economy, reducing waste is the name of the game—and we can show you how!

Suitable for Grades 4 - 6

CPAWS Southern Alberta

Climate Game Changers Unite!

Will today’s hot new trend become tomorrow’s garbage? Let’s learn how we can make the shift to wasting less! Join us for a hands-on workshop that explores the benefits of a circular economy and learn a new skill along the way.

Calgarians are concerned about the amount of waste we generate and the environmental impacts of our current system of take-make-use-waste. In a circular economy, reducing waste is the name of the game—and we can show you how!

Suitable for Grades 4 - 6

Cree8 Calgary

Traditional Indigenous Drumming, Songs and Storytelling

Chantal shares Traditional Drumming, Songs, Storytelling, Indigenous Culture, History and Traditional Teachings. Storytelling is what connects us as all people and is an aspect of all songs, Chantal shares the stories and teachings behind the songs, breaking down each song to learn together. Drums carry powerful significance in Traditional Aboriginal culture. Drums are used for healing, ceremony, and celebration, and each song and drum beat carries the messages and intentions of our Ancestors. Drums are a traditional instrument found in all indigenous cultures throughout the world.

Chantal will share stories of how the drum came into being. Participants will learn about the hides in relation to the Medicine Wheel and how the drums and drumsticks are made. Chantal shares the significance and history of various drum weaving styles in connection to the nations and lands they originated from, the culture behind each style, and how each style teaches us lessons we can relate to our own lives.  Chantal will also share the significance and teachings behind drumsticks, and how to properly and respectfully, honour, care for, maintain and play our drums. Together we will, drum, sing, learn songs and hear the stories behind them from several Nations including Cree, Ojibwe/Anishinaabe, Blackfoot, and Cherokee. Traditional Hand Drums will be provided for use.

Suitable for all ages


Smudging & Medicine Wheel Teachings

The Medicine Wheel and Smudging are an integral part of many First Nations and Indigenous cultures throughout Turtle Island. Chantal shares the Teachings, Stories, History and Science behind Smudging and the Medicine Wheel.

Smudging is a sacred way to cleanse, balance, understand and connect to Mother Earth. The medicines used honour the teachings of Four Directions of the Medicine Wheel. We honour and value each medicine is part of the Medicine Wheel that balances and sustains us. We will gain a deeper understanding of the balance and stories for each direction and Plant.

Each individual may have a stronger connection to a particular medicine or direction depending on what is needed in their life at the time. Chantal delves into the science behind the Medicines and explains how every Nation has their own unique way of looking at and learning from the Medicine Wheel.

Although traditions, medicines and stories may be slightly different depending on the Nation, Region or individual sharing the teachings, the message is always of balance and healing. Chantal will share the importance of protocol and how to harvest medicine sustainably and respectfully. Chantal will explain the significance and balance of the Smudge, why we do it, the science and story behind it as we Smudge together.

Suitable for all ages

Evergreen Theatre

Eco-Skits with Evergreen Theatre

Explore urban environmental concepts through a dramatic lens! Evergreen Theatre will provide your class with an information/activity/script package ahead of your session focused on either climate change, wildlife, waste reduction, plants, urban forests, wetlands or water education. Professional artists will then workshop the script with your students who will practice and perform with costumes and sound effects (Teachers are welcome to record!)

Suitable for Grades K - 6

Ghost Watershed Alliance Society

Water Connects Us: From Peak to Pipe

Students will explore basic watershed concepts through an introduction to the Ghost Watershed, part of the Bow River source watershed for the City of Calgary. Through demonstrations and a hands-on watershed model, students will explore the impact that different human land-use activities have on water quality and quantity.

Suitable for Grades 4 - 6

Green Calgary

Waste Buds

What happens after you throw your waste away? In Green Calgary’s NEW ‘Waste Buds’ workshop participants will compete in a waste-sorting relay game, discover what happens to their recycled and composted materials, and work in teams to find ways to eliminate waste! Students will end the session by making a craft from recycled materials.

Suitable for Grades 4 - 7

Hands On Growing

Hydroponics 101: Fun & Effective Food Growing for a Rapidly Changing World

As our world is increasingly affected by crop losses, price spikes and global pandemics due to our changing climate, food security is a growing concern… even here in Canada. Our children deserve to know that greater food independence is not only within our reach, it is mentally healthy, prosocial, nutritious and fun! Just one issue: Canada is not the sort of place one can garden all year round! This is where hydroponics comes in.

Join Hands On Growing as we discuss how climate change is affecting how food reaches our dinner table, followed by an introductory course on home hydroponics, including a live demonstration, that will leave audiences confident and energized about growing food at home.

Suitable for Grades 5 - 9

Highfield Farm

The Poop Course

The Poop Course follows the soil nutrient cycle journey form worms to plants to food.  Participants will get their hands dirty in our worm bins, try some tasty veggies from our garden and plant a seed in a pot made of cow poop to take home and grow.

Suitable for Grades K - 4

Inside Education

Wetland Wonders

Come on down to join us in this high energy wetlands program where your students will test their knowledge, learn why some animals belong in a wetland and some don’t, and maybe even share their best duck impressions! This session closely aligns with the grade 5 science curriculum, covering the values of wetlands, the types of wetlands in Alberta, components of a wetland ecosystem, animal adaptations, and wetland stewardship in a changing climate. 

Suitable for Grade 4 - 6

Living Soil Solutions

Worms at Work

Get up and personal with these hardworking squiggly wriggly critters.  The students will learn the difference between Dirt and Soil and its importance to all humans.  Diving into how worms are used for composting and all the things the worms need for us to provide them with a comfortable home.

Suitable for Grades K - 4

Suitable for Grades 5 - 8

Nature Calgary

Backyard Bird Sounds: Come hoot, chirp, cheep, and drum with us

Birds are noisy!  Let’s get noisy with them! Students will learn to describe bird sounds bird sounds using words, phrases, pictures, and sounds.  Each student will have the chance to get noisy and make the hoots, honks, chirps, cheeps, squawks, quacks, and drums using their lung power, whistles, and found objects.  We’ll also play a few games to get students ready to get outside and know who’s making all those wonderful sounds and why!

  • By then end of the webinar, students will…
  • be able to describe and remember bird sounds
  • experience the joy of making bird sounds themselves
  • learn why birds make different sounds
  • learn about some free apps that will help them identify birds sounds in the wild

Suitable for Grades 3 - 9

Prospect Human Services

Vermicomposting

Through interactive displays and activities, students will learn what belongs in their city compost bin and what does not. Each group will participate in a hands on activity to create a vermicompost bin to take back to their classroom with the knowledge of how the compost is created, how to care for the bin, and the benefits of using the vermicomposting.

Suitable for Grades 6 - 9

Rocky Mountain Eagle Research Foundation

Citizen Science - Golden Eagles

Since 1992, each year twice annually in Kananaskis Country, volunteer citizen science and general public observers watch the migration of several thousands of raptors, significantly Golden Eagles -- a world unique bird watch site.    This project is related to outdoor conservation and environmental education.  The long-term and on-going nature of the Golden Eagle migration count furnishes an invaluable data-set that provides insight into the trends of eagle numbers, as indicators of the ecosystem health.

Suitable for Grades 5 - 8

Thimbleberry Learning

Stories in the Plaza

Stories in the Plaza invites children to step outside and find delight in the ordinary, wonderful ways nature's stories unfold. This active, place-responsive program will support students to foster a sense of belonging in nature at the same time as sparking their curiosity to learn more.

In this program, we'll connect with one of the trees or shrubs in the municipal plaza. We'll also follow along with the adventures of Gary the Goose as he finds courage in the face of fear. The program includes a puppet story, imaginative sensory play, Indigenous connections, group poetry writing, active movement, and a talking circle.

Suitable for Grades 2 - 4

University of Calgary, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape

UCalgary Future Cities Now - NEXT Calgary

This design and city building camp for students of all ages explores ideas and visions for Calgary. We all have opinions, and together, we can build them into images shaping what the city could look like in the future. Participants will take part in group activities, be guided through a decision-making process, and create a collective urban vision for Calgary. 

This session is a NEXT Calgary initiative.

Suitable for Grades 4 - 9

Weaselhead/Glenmore Park Preservation Society

Darken the Night - Importance of Dark Skies for Nocturnal Environments

The workshop is an exploration of the nocturnal world and its wildlife inhabitants through the lens of the impact of light pollution with actions to improve the health of these environments. Students will learn about the ecological importance of dark skies for nocturnal wildlife and delve into some of their biological requirements. Artificial light at night (light pollution) has a significant impact on the health and behaviour of wildlife and humans including disruption to our circadian rhythms.

Students will learn about the many impacts on the nocturnal environment and will gain an understanding of light abatement and actions (including citizen science activities) that can be taken within their community to affect change. Students will gain an understanding of the importance of dark skies for a healthier environment for all.

Suitable for Grades 3 - 9

Walter MacDonald White Bear

Traditional Knowledge Keepers - Cycle of Life

Please join cultural knowledge keeper Walter MacDonald White Bear as he shares traditional knowledge with all walks of life. This workshop will be presented in an educational and theatrical style. Walter will share traditional teachings passed down from Elders who were generous enough to share. Students will learn about oral tradition and indigenous perspectives on the environment and our beautiful planet Earth. In addition, Walter will share music, which will be a mix of traditional songs and folk music.

Suitable for Grades 4 - 6

Wilder Institute/Calgary Zoo

Digging in with Burrowing Owls

The Wilder Institute/Calgary Zoo invites students to join us in our mission to sustain wildlife and wild places. In 2016, we launched an innovative program together with Environment and Climate Change Canada and Alberta Environment and Parks to explore whether the conservation tool of head-starting can contribute to burrowing owl recovery in Canada.

This interactive session will focus on the Wilder Institute's Burrowing Owl program and will allow students to act as conservation researchers and technicians. Students will have the opportunity to use field equipment to monitor and track burrowing owls to better understand their behavior. Students will also participate in activities that mimic the conservation techniques employed by the Wilder Institute to recover species at risk.

By the end of the session, students will be able to define “conservation” and will understand some of the things that researchers do in the field to recover threatened species. Students will also gain an appreciation for the burrowing owl, and understand why its’ protection is important for the grassland ecosystem. Students will also learn about the success and limitations of human involvement in saving species through breeding programs and reintroductions. 

Suitable for Grades 3 - 6

Online sessions

Alberta Environment & Parks

Responsible Recreation

Are you ready for a great outdoor adventure?  Having fun and exploring new places are great goals, however you choose to enjoy the outdoors - on foot, bicycle, horseback or even motorized vehicle. Follow a few simple tips and tricks to plan a trip to have maximum fun while keeping yourself and the environment safe.

Participants will learn more about Responsible Recreation in Alberta through a choose your own adventure program.  They will work together to prepare for an outdoor adventure.

Suitable for Grades 4 - 6

Resources

Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation

Creatures and Climate

Join the Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation to explore how Alberta's animals will be impacted by climate change, and how we humans can help our wild neighbours cope with this and other challenges to their survival.

Suitable for Grades 3 - 6

Alberta Tomorrow

Visualizing Past and Future Growth in the Bow River Watershed with Alberta Tomorrow

Can it be sustained AND maintain environmental health?"  In this session I will demonstrate our simulator, www.albertatomorrow.ca, and show how the Bow River Watershed has changed in the past and may change in the future as a result of our activities on the land.

We will time travel back to 1910 and forward to 2050 to see how the land has changed.  Student will be challenged to create their own plan for the Bow River Watershed that balances environmental and social economic indicators.

Suitable for Grades 4 - 9

Break The Divide Foundation

Apathy to Empathy to Action - Break The Divide

This session will discuss the importance of environmental empathy from a youth perspective. Abhayjeet Singh Sachal will speak about travelling to the Canadian Arctic and founding Break The Divide Foundation at the age of 14. The focus of the presentation will be on youth engagement in environmental issues, the importance of nuance in discussions on climate change mitigation and adaptation, and the necessity to unite to take climate action.

Abhay will discuss Break The Divide’s emphasis on dialogue among youth around the world and the necessity of real conversations in a time of polarization and apathy. He will end with a message about the importance of taking action on the climate crisis in an empathetic way - both towards oneself and to those around.

Suitable for Grades 6 - 12

Calgary Region Airshed Zone

We affect air quality and air quality affects us

Join us and learn about how our actions affect air quality and how air quality affects us. Take a look at Calgary’s air quality; how do we compare to the rest of the world? How do our actions in our neighbourhood, at our schools and in our city affect air quality? How can we change our habits to protect our air?

Suitable for Grades 4 - 6

Calgary Emergency Management Agency

CEMA’s The Ready Squad - Emergency Preparedness for a Changing Climate

Weather related events are intensifying due to climate change. These events include: tornadoes, floods, drought, extreme heat, winter storms and summer storms. There are actions you can take to keep yourself, your family and your community safe! In this workshop students will analyze different disaster hazards and their connection to climate change, learn various actions they can take to increase their safety and discover ways they can share the important message of emergency preparedness. Through hands-on activities, students will be equipped with the knowledge, awareness and skills allowing them feel confident and prepared for disasters and emergencies in Calgary. 

Please have your students complete the Ready Squad E-course before attending this session. This free e-course takes 20 minutes to complete, is free, fun, and will teach your students about the risks, what they can do to prepare, what they can do to stay safe, and what the can expect after and emergency. Available at www.calgary.ca/readysquad

Suitable for Grades 4 - 6

CPAWS Southern Alberta

Climate Game Changers Unite!

Will today’s hot new trend become tomorrow’s garbage? Let’s learn how we can make the shift to wasting less! Join us for a hands-on workshop that explores the benefits of a circular economy and learn a new skill along the way.

Calgarians are concerned about the amount of waste we generate and the environmental impacts of our current system of take-make-use-waste. In a circular economy, reducing waste is the name of the game—and we can show you how!

Suitable for Grades 4 - 6


Go Go Water Rangers!

Learn about the importance of water, wetlands and watersheds by taking a virtual journey down the Bow River. Along the way, you will meet many wetland friends that teach us what is happening to our local waterways. Learn how you can help our wetland friends by becoming a Water Ranger today!

Suitable for Grades 4 - 5

Resources

DreamRider Productions

Keep Cool online live show by DreamRider Productions

"Keep Cool" online live show!

Join Esmeralda Planet Protector and her sidekick Goober as they learn about how our climate is changing and how we can we move forward with kindness, empathy, and compassion for ourselves, each other, and the planet. 

Through story, song, comedy and time travel, join us as we envision a bright new future together!

Check out the two-minute highlight reel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7JIOBfd0__s

Suitable for Grades 1 - 6

Ever Active Schools

Active and Safe Routes to School: Give Students the Right Tools and They Will Lead Change

Calling all student leaders!  Tired of the daily traffic jam around your school at drop off and pick up times? Spend 45 minutes with Ever Active Schools as we walk you through the comprehensive Active and Safe Routes to School toolkit that will help you increase active and sustainable travel in your school community.  Tie your shoelaces. Change is here.

Suitable for Grades 4 - 8

Green Calgary and CPAWS Southern Alberta

Science for Young Citizens: Pollinators!

Science for young citizens inspires students to build connections to nature through the use of technology! This introduction to citizen science will help students discover the importance of pollinators in our ecosystems, their needs, lifecycles, and how pollinators are threatened by our changing climate. We will find out how we can submit our pollinator sightings to citizen science apps to contribute to real-world science!

Suitable for Grades 3 - 6


Science for Young Citizens: Birds!

Science for young citizens inspires students to build connections to nature through the use of technology! This introduction to citizen science will help students discover the importance of birds in our ecosystems, their needs, lifecycles, and how birds are threatened by our changing climate. We will find out how we can submit our bird sightings to citizen science apps to contribute to real-world science!

Suitable for Grades 3 - 6

Inside Education

Natural Regions Stewardship Trip

Taking care of Alberta’s landscape is no small task, so climb aboard the Steward Ship and take a virtual tour of Alberta’s natural regions! Using mini case studies, we’ll introduce some of the challenges each region faces as our climate changes, and highlight some innovative ways Albertans are answering the call for adaptation and mitigation.

We’ll also touch on scientific inquiry, understanding natural processes of our ecosystems, and looking at the geological history that shaped our landscape and created our rich diversity of natural resources. Great for Grades 4-7!

Suitable for Grades 4 - 7

Nature Calgary

Wetland Builder

Wetlands play a critical role in climate change, habitat for wildlife, and cleaning our water.  We will go over the major elements in each type of wetland and how that affects the vegetation, invertebrate life, birds, animals, and decomposers. Students will then put on their construction hats as they become wetland builders.  Each student will need to collect the right resources through game play to build bogs, fens, marshes, sloughs, and ponds as they work towards becoming Master Wetland Builders. 

By then end of the webinar, students will…

  • be able to name the different types of wetlands
  • learn about the major environmental features for each type of wetland
  • know some of the flora and fauna that call each type of wetland home
  • understand how the environmental factors affect the types of flora and fauna found in each wetland.

Suitable for Grade 5

Resources

You must print out session material for students and they must bring six-sided dice (if possible) to participate fully. Please see the instructions in the guide to ensure your students are fully prepared.

Wetland builder activity guide

Parks Canada

Banff National Park - Conservation Quest

Students choose the path through this interactive virtual quest to find animals that Parks Canada protects in Banff National Park. Their choices could lead to surprising discoveries, side quests, disaster, or success! This program uses real-time online polling and quizzes to direct the story. Conservation Quest is filled with fun facts that encourage curiosity, exploration, and protection of the natural world. 

Suitable for Grades 4 - 7


Parcs Canada

Parc national Banff: La quête de la conservation

Au cours de cette quête virtuelle interactive, les élèves choisissent le chemin à suivre pour trouver des animaux protégés par Parcs Canada dans le parc national Banff. Leurs choix pourraient mener à des découvertes étonnantes, à des quêtes secondaires, à un désastre ou à une réussite! Pendant cette séance, nous aurons recours à des sondages en ligne en temps réel et à des tests-éclair pour orienter le récit. L’activité « La quête de la conservation » est remplie de faits amusants qui incitent à la curiosité, à l’exploration et à la protection du monde naturel.

Suitable for Grades 4 - 7

Wilder Institute/Calgary Zoo

Conservation Scientists for a Day!

The Wilder Institute/Calgary Zoo invites young people to join us in our mission to sustain wildlife and wild places. In this workshop, we will have students act as Conservation Scientists for a day! This workshop will inspire students to think and act like scientists by having them research the needs of an endangered animal of their choosing, design enrichment opportunities for them in a zoo setting, and understand how conservation initiatives help animal species in the wild. Students will then share their findings via ArcGIS Story Maps, a digital application used by conservation scientists! Scientists utilize ArcGIS Story Maps to share their findings with public audiences.

We will show students an example of a Story Map featuring Western Lowland Gorillas. The first section of the Story Map will focus on researching their lives in a natural habitat. The second section of the Story Map will focus on how we provide enrichment activities at the zoo to ensure they remain happy and healthy. The third section will focus on conservation efforts that benefit gorillas in the wild. 

Following this workshop, students can engage in a post-session activity by completing a citizen science submission. Your students’ ArcGIS Story Map can feature maps, videos, pictures, and text to present your research on the animal of their choice. The Story Maps should also feature enrichment activities that would benefit the animal in a zoo setting and how it contributes to their wellbeing. Using this platform allows your students to expand their skillset and use an application that is widely used by conservation scientists in the field. If your class would like to share their ArcGIS Story Maps with the zoo, you can submit their work to us at conservationchampions@calgaryzoo.com. 

Suitable for Grades 4 - 6

Resources

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