Grade 3 - Swan Haven: Connecting the Dots

Spring: Up to 48 students (2 classes)
½ Day Program (2 hour program)
10:00am to 12:00 noon or 12:30pm to 2:30pm

Swan Haven is a diverse and unique ecosystem. Energy is transferred through the system in many ways, and swans have an important part to play. In this half day program students will observe the different ecosystem roles of swans using spotting scopes, participate in a hands-on activity to explore how swans interact with their ecosystem and witness thermal energy in action with an exciting experiment.

Teachers are responsible for bus transportation to and from Swan Haven.

Curriculum Connections:

  • Living things are diverse, can be grouped, and interact in their ecosystems
    • Biodiversity in the local environment
    • Energy is needed for life
    • Flow of energy in a community
  • Thermal energy can be produced and transferred
    • Sources and transfer of thermal energy
    • Convection and radiation 

How to Book

To make a booking call Briana/Jake at 456-7400 or email briana@yukonwildlife.ca.

We will need the following information to make a booking:

  • Preferred dates:
  • Preferred time (morning or afternoon):
  • Your school:
  • Teacher Name(s) (if more than one class is coming, we'll need contacts for each class);
  • Email addresses (if different from the standard firstname.lastname@yesnet.yk.ca):
  • Grade(s) and class sizes:
    • We can accept two classes (not exceeding 48 students)
  • Your mode of transportation to and from the Preserve (yellow bus, white 20-24 passenger bus, personal vehicles, etc):
  • Any special needs - especially mobility related disabilities (the more we know the better experience we can provide you):