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School Programs

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School Programs

Bring heritage to life! Our school programs narrate life from the early settlers through the nineteenth century. All school programs support learning objectives from the Ontario curriculum. We also offer programs for Guide and Scout groups.

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Virtual programs

For the 2021-2022 school year, we are offering both virtual and in-person programs. Each virtual school program costs $150 per session and includes:

  • Three pre-recorded videos with heritage demonstrations and discussions
  • Videos designed to be stopped at certain points so students can discuss concepts and answer questions asked in the video
  • Copy of recipe from cooking video
  • Kahoot quizzes
  • Individual pre-packaged activity for each student to complete in class/at home
  • 45 minute live virtual session with a museum staff member including a guided activity

Schools that book a virtual program are currently eligible to receive a rebate of $150 thanks to the support of Friends of the Museums of Mississauga. Rebates are limited to one per school. You must pay for the program booking in advance. You'll receive the rebate within 60 days of your program. Applies only to programs booked between January 2021 and December 2021.

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