Wild Wild Wilderness
touring Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario this fall
Wild Wild Wilderness is a program that demonstrates the connections between habitat, wildlife, and human activity. The purpose of this project is to celebrate our wilderness areas while empowering young people to make positive choices towards protecting them.
This program will show and encourage an understanding and empathy for the plants, animals, and people we don't see who are affected by our actions. The program's academic and environmental focus is on habitat and wildlife conservation, and enjoying the outdoors.
Our time at your school will begin with a 25-minute show for all Kindergarten to Grade 4 students. From there, we pack up and are ready to visit two individual classrooms for a 30-minute workshop.
The Play is a dynamic and whacky story of one kid's accidental effect on a nearby forest and its creatures, performed by a single actor/storyteller and armfuls of adorable puppets. The Workshop is an interactive drama class that gets kids, teachers and parents exploring the animals, forest, people and issues from the story with their bodies and imaginations.
Target Zero Eco Kids Tour of The Forks
Presented by MMSM
An interactive, educational, and theatrical look at some eco-friendly initiatives at The Forks. This 90 minute walking tour teaches kids how to minimize their carbon footprint as they see, learn about, and physicalize biofuel, mass composting, geothermal technology, the 3Rs and more.
Most appropriate for Grades 3-7, each tour can accommodate up to 30 school children. They are offered rain, shine or snow.
For more information on The Forks and their Target Zero Program, visit https://www.theforks.com/target-zero
For more information on Multi Material Stewardship Manitoba (MMSM), visit https://www.stewardshipmanitoba.org/
CLASSROOM ECO-DRAMA WORKSHOPS
Inspired by the Science Curriculum, Green Kids' love of theatrics, and Mother Nature herself, these workshops will lead students on an exploration of what those 3 Rs really mean, and how young and old, can make them part of their everyday lives.
For more information, check out our Workshops page.