Whose House Is it?

Whose House Is it? (available starting January 2019)

DESCRIPTION

Learn about the different places that people call home and introduce the unique houses and transportation used by the Inuit.

OBJECTIVES/ VALUES

  • Learn about the typical houses of the Inuit and why they live in such houses
  • Find out what forms of transport are used by the Inuit
LEARNING OUTCOMES

After the session, children will

  • discover that the houses and the transportation of the Inuit are different from ours and why are they different
  • appreciate their homes and means of transports

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.