Ice Fishing

Ice Fishing (available starting January 2019)

DESCRIPTION

Understand the idea of fishing in a frozen body of water.

OBJECTIVES/ VALUES

What is ice fishing and how do the Inuit do it?  Children will be taught how to do ice fishing in this fun-filled session.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the end of the activities, children will learn:

  • fishing in the cold ice-filled land
  • what are needed to make this possible

Please note:

  • The program duration is 2 hours (45 minutes classroom workshop, 45 minutes snow play, and 30 minutes changing of winter gear)
  • Minimum class size needed is 20 students.
  • Students (3-6 years old) are charged at $14+ each.
  • Free admission will be extended to 1 teacher for every 10 students enrolled. Additional adults (parents/teachers) will be charged $10+ each.
  • Each classroom workshop has an educator provided.
  • Program fee includes gloves, boots, and jackets for the students. Only boots and jackets are included for teachers.  Adult gloves are optional for rent at $2.90 per pair.
  • It is compulsory to wear long pants to enter the snow chamber and socks when using in-house boots. Waterproof pants rental for adult is $4.90 and $3.90 for child. Socks are available for purchase at $3.50 for adult and $2.90 for child.
  • Photo services are available. No cameras are allowed in the Snow Chamber.
  • Fees are still subject to 7% GST and are subject to change without prior notice.
  • Bookings are to be made at least 2 weeks in advance and depends on the availability.