Students will spend the day outdoors at Kew Beach (or other green space near their school). The day begins with an investigation of patterns in nature and the basics of creating land art. They then work in teams to collect natural materials and create three increasingly more complex pieces of art oin the land based on program learning goals and guiding questions centered around examining the natural world in urban areas and making connections to math and art.
- A1. Social-Emotional Learning Skills and the Mathematical Process;
- E. Spatial Sense - E1. Geometric and Spatial Reasoning;
- C. Algebra - C1. Patterns and Relationships
- Visual Arts:
- Creating and Presenting; Reflecting, Responding and Analyzing
- program emphasizes respect, responsibility, teamwork, perseverance and co-operation
Program Length: one day (9:30 am - 2:00 pm)
Availability: spring (May to June)
Location: Kew Beach and/or local green space
Fee: Please find information on the price structure here.
User fees help ensure the continuation of these learning experiences through partial cost recovery; fee schedule reflect rates subsidized by the Toronto District School Board.
TTC: FREE for kids under 12 years
Maximum 30 students