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Science du territoire

Science of the Land

Le Festival Éducation du Futur - Virtuel

Future Education Festival - Virtual

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Ontario

Armstrong Public School

Whitesand First Nation
This year, the students from Armstrong Public school experimented with science in various ways. They learned about natural elements through experiments, such as dissecting owl pallets, dyeing tulips and observing different things through a microscope. They also spent time out on the land doing more activities such as having bannock and tea on the fire and snowshoeing, as well as clearing out tracks for skiing.

Whitesand First Nation

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  • ÉquipeTeamGrade 4-5: Dion Donio, Aubree Kwandibens, Elle Lachinette, Antoinette Loon, Bella-Anne Wastaken, Gorgette Wilson, Francis Donio, Mickaya Gauvin, Naiyah MacDonald, Thomas McCrady, Tyrell Moss, Makayla Thompson, Larissa Kitchikeesic, Charles Thompson, Melody Nodin, Carter Nodin, Angel thompson, Arieanna Shapwaykeesic, Grade 6-7: Dawnace Netemageesic, William Bouchard, Maelynn Moss, Mya Shapwaykeesic, Quentin Nodin, Tyden Edwards, Skylar Gustafson, John Gustafson, Jasmine Lachinette, Ashton Parr, Michelle Gauvin, Grade 8: Roger Netemageesic, Ryder Nodin, Dayna Lachinette, Jenna Nodin, Peter Donio, Waylon Shapwaykeesic, Kaleigh Kwandibens.
  • ÉcoleSchoolArmstrong Public School
  • Centre de servicesSchool authorityLakehead District School Board (LDSB)
  • RégionRegionNord de l'Ontario
  • CohorteCohort2020-2021

Here are a few examples of the youth's realisations...

Bannock & tea on the fire
Dissection of owl pellets
Minnow trapping
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