Les Insectes Sur Scène Bill Bestiole

Les Insectes Sur Scène Bill Bestiole

Dans ce spectacle interactif et musical, on apprend a reconnaitre la VRAIE nature des insectes et autres bestioles. Est-ce que les moustiques sont seulement achalant? L'araignee juste une bete degueu? Lesguepes sont-elles seulement sur Terre pour nous deranger et nous piquer? Avec le rire et la musique de

Bill Bestiole, on apprivoise nos peurs et on apprend a aimer ces bestioles inconnues que sont les insectes! Du plus grand au plus petit, pour les grands et les petits! Au final, on ne dira plus Ouache, mais bien WOW !!

Annee : 1 - 6

Duree : 55 min

Liens avec le programme

Matiere : Francais
Domaine du programme : ecouter, parler, lire, ecrire (4e primaire-2e secondaire)
Grandes idees : Dans cette performance, les eleves sont invites sur scene pour participer au spectacle de la nature.

Ticket Information
  • Call 905-615-4720 or email meadowvale.boxoffice@mississauga.ca to book a performance
  • Receive one complimentary ticket for every 10 tickets booked
  • Contact the Box Office for details about Free Busing for Mississauga schools sponsored by Holly Frontier Lubricants & Specialty Products Division
Tuesday, March 31, 2020 - 10:00am
Student: $10.00
Contact Us
For more information contact:
Meadowvale Theatre Box Office

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