Other classroom resources

Special My Parks Pass learning tools have been developed to help your class learn about some of Canada’s most amazing places. These resources are linked to provincial or territorial curricula and learning expectations for your grade 8/secondary 2 students in history, science, and many other subject areas. They are designed to assist in planning class visits to the parks, historic sites and marine conservation areas, or in developing a local angle for students to better connect with the subject of study.

Newfoundland and Labrador

Ryan Premises National Historic Site
Making Fish: PDF | Word

Nova Scotia

Grand-Pré National Historic Site
At Grand-Pré, Painting, Sculptures and Art Speak to You: PDF | Word

New Brunswick

Kouchibouguac National Park
Barrier Island Dune Walk, Salt Marsh Walk, Acadian Forest Walk: PDF | Word

Quebec

La Mauricie National Park
A Helping Hand for the Black Bear: Online resource

Ontario

Woodside National Historic Site
Canada: A Changing Society: PDF | Word

Manitoba

Riding Mountain National Park
Escarpment Odyssey & The Elk of RMNP Region: PDF | Word

Riel House National Historic Site
Guided Tour & On-Site Activity: PDF | Word

Saskatchewan

Grasslands National Park
Rock Talk & Rock and Roll: PDF | Word

Batoche National Historic Site
On-Site Program: PDF | Word

Alberta

Elk Island National Park
Aquatic Ecology: PDF | Word

British Columbia

Mount Revelstoke & Glacier National Parks
Wilderness Writing, Snowshoeing, On the Rocks, Art in the Park: PDF | Word