Spark Science Centre's School Programs

School Programs

TELUS Spark Science Centre’s award-winning education programs encourage students to discover answers through a hands-on approach!

Thank you to Spark’s School Program Sponsor, Repsol.

Grades 4-6

Build the courage to fail and take risks with themes including math, wetland ecosystems, mental health, light and more!

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Math In Motion

Teach math through movement! Student, from kindergarten to grade 6, can explore numbers through dancing at the Decidedly Dance Studio (DJD).

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DIY Science Centre

DIY Science Centre challenges students to build their own science exhibit guided by Spark staff and local professionals!

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Grades 7-12

Challenge the innovative mind-set with themes including temperature, design, electricity, mental health and more!

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Direct Froms

Take virtual tours in to the enigmatic worlds of all kinds of subjects, from surgery, to the mountains, to the ocean.

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Spark to Go

Spark is officially open for delivery! Teachers can order Spark science directly into their classrooms, and have a science field trip come to them! Spark can bring all of the bells and whistles from our magic of science, along with the gadgets and gizmos that make science pop!

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Self-Guided Lesson Plans

Try curriculum linked science centre lesson plans that make it easy – and plus, your kids will love it! Self-guided and downloadable.

Daytrippers Children's Charity

TELUS Spark Science Centre has partnered with Daytrippers Children's Charity, to give all students and classroom the opportunity to experience science that Sparks, regardless of their circumstances. Daytrippers is available for all Spark programs, both virtually and in-person, as the school programs are offered and/or scheduled.

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