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<ul><li><p>classroomconnection.ca</p><p>Ontario Field Trip Guide</p><p>2016-17 FIELD TRIP PLANNER FOR TEACHERS</p><p>FREE</p></li><li><p>*THE ART OF CANADA is an official mark of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection.</p><p>InspIre creatIvIty In your classroom wIth hIghly InteractIve educatIonal programs </p><p>b Innovative studios developed in collaboration with Canadian artists</p><p>b Engaging in-gallery and outdoor tours and workshops</p><p>b In-school Art2Go programs for your convenience</p><p>b Accessible programs available to accommodate all learners</p><p>b All programs available in French</p><p>BooK today and reference BooKnow16 to receIve a free 16 x 20 reproductIon of AUTUMN BIRCHES, 1916 By tom thomson.</p><p>Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm | 905.893.1121 or 1.888.213.1121 ext. 2209 bookings@mcmichael.com | mcmichael.com/learning</p><p> mcmIchael school programs a groundBreaKIng approach to learnIng! </p></li><li><p> 2016-17 TORONTO STAR CLASSROOM CONNECTION FIELD TRIP GUIDE 3</p><p>Welcome to the Toronto Star Classroom Connection Ontario Field Trip GuideBRINGING ONTARIOS FIELD TRIPS TO YOU! Ontario has a wide range of exceptional venues perfect for field trips, allowing students to explore the arts, science, music, history, nature and much more. There are so many great ones, in fact, that it can be difficult for teachers to navigate the many options.With this guide, we have brought Ontarios field trips to youmaking it easier to find the right ones for your students, their learning needs and your schools budget.There are many studies that extol the broad and lasting educational value of field tripsthey bridge the gap between the classroom and hands-on learning, between theory and experience. They give children opportunities they may otherwise never have, and they make learning fun!But the research merely confirms what teachers already know. That the educational benefits of field trips last a lifetime. Not only do they expose children to new experiences, but they help to cement in-class learning. Just ask anyone who went on a field trip as a child. Chances are, they fondly remember every detail of the experienceand the learning, as well. Please enjoy this Ontario Field Trip Guide with our compliments. Heres to a wonderful school year full of extraordinary learning experiences!</p><p>Toronto Star Classroom ConnectionOne Yonge Street, 6th Floor, Toronto, ON M5E 1E6www.classroomconnection.caPublisher: Toronto Star Newspapers Ltd.Project Manager: Nadine Chevolleau, nchevolleau@thestar.ca</p><p>Advertising Sales: sales@consumermediasolutions.com</p><p>Every effort has been made to ensure that the information printed herein is correct. Advertisers listed in this guide, assume responsibility for their ad content and quality of products and services promoted in this guide. The Toronto Star Newspapers Limited (Toronto Star) does not guarantee, and </p><p>is not responsible for the accuracy, integrity, legality, or quality of any ad, product or service provided for herein and the inclusion of an ad does not imply endorsement by the Toronto Star. Toronto Star will not be liable for any harm, loss or damage of any sort incurred as the result of or related in any manner whatsoever to the use of any products or services listed in this guide. Any questions you may have relating to the products or services provided by an Advertiser or relating to their advertising should be forwarded directly to the Advertiser. See full terms and conditions at www.classroomconnection.ca/fieldtrip. </p><p>Copyright 2016 by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited. All rights reserved.</p></li><li><p>4 2016-17 TORONTO STAR CLASSROOM CONNECTION FIELD TRIP GUIDE </p><p>Ontario Field Trip GuideINDEX</p><p>REGI</p><p>ON</p><p>PAGE</p><p>GRAD</p><p>E LEV</p><p>EL</p><p>ARTS</p><p>HEAL</p><p>TH &amp;</p><p> PHYS</p><p> ED</p><p>LANG</p><p>UAGE</p><p>MATH</p><p>SCIEN</p><p>CE &amp;</p><p> TECH</p><p>NOLO</p><p>GY</p><p>SOCIA</p><p>L STU</p><p>DIES</p><p>OTHE</p><p>R SER</p><p>VICE</p><p> IN FR</p><p>ENCH</p><p>FOOD</p><p>/SNA</p><p>CKS</p><p>WHE</p><p>ELCH</p><p>AIR A</p><p>CCES</p><p>S</p><p>GTA</p><p>CENTRAL ONTARIO</p><p>EASTERN ONTARIO</p><p>NORTHERN ONTARIO</p><p>SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO</p><p>REGIONAL KEY:</p><p>G</p><p>CO</p><p>EO</p><p>NO</p><p>SO</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>K-12</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>1-12</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>1-8</p><p>1-12</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>Aga Khan Museum</p><p>Aquatarium</p><p>Art Gallery of Hamilton</p><p>Art Gallery of Ontario</p><p>BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir &amp; Museum </p><p>Blue Heron Cruises</p><p>Blue Mountain Resort</p><p>Camp Kawartha</p><p>Canadian Museum of History</p><p>Canadian War Museum</p><p>Casa Loma</p><p>Cineplex Entertainment LP</p><p>Circle Square Ranch</p><p>City of Toronto Historic Sites</p><p>City of Toronto Parks &amp; Forestry</p><p>CN Tower</p><p>Famous PEOPLE Players</p><p>Greg Frewin Theatre</p><p>Hamilton Civic Museums</p><p>Hamilton Conservation Authority</p><p>Hockey Hall of Fame</p><p>Horseshoe Resort</p><p>Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority</p><p>Legislative Assembly of Ontario</p><p>8</p><p>54</p><p>37</p><p>9</p><p>7</p><p>36</p><p>38-39</p><p>48</p><p>53</p><p>55</p><p>10</p><p>11</p><p>39</p><p>12</p><p>15, 30-31</p><p>14</p><p>16, 17</p><p>40</p><p>41</p><p>44</p><p>15</p><p>49</p><p>17</p><p>18</p><p>G</p><p>EO</p><p>SO</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>SO</p><p>SO</p><p>CO</p><p>EO</p><p>EO</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>SO</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>SO</p><p>SO</p><p>SO</p><p>G</p><p>CO</p><p>G</p><p>G</p></li><li><p> 2016-17 TORONTO STAR CLASSROOM CONNECTION FIELD TRIP GUIDE 5</p><p>Ontario Field Trip GuideINDEX</p><p>REGI</p><p>ON</p><p>PAGE</p><p>GRAD</p><p>E LEV</p><p>EL</p><p>ARTS</p><p>HEAL</p><p>TH &amp;</p><p> PHYS</p><p> ED</p><p>LANG</p><p>UAGE</p><p>MATH</p><p>SCIEN</p><p>CE &amp;</p><p> TECH</p><p>NOLO</p><p>GY</p><p>SOCIA</p><p>L STU</p><p>DIES</p><p>OTHE</p><p>R SER</p><p>VICE</p><p> IN FR</p><p>ENCH</p><p>FOOD</p><p>/SNA</p><p>CKS</p><p>WHE</p><p>ELCH</p><p>AIR A</p><p>CCES</p><p>S</p><p>GTA</p><p>CENTRAL ONTARIO</p><p>EASTERN ONTARIO</p><p>NORTHERN ONTARIO</p><p>SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO</p><p>REGIONAL KEY:</p><p>G</p><p>CO</p><p>EO</p><p>NO</p><p>SO</p><p>K-6</p><p>K-6</p><p>SCNDRY</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>1-12</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>1-12</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>Legoland Discovery Centre Toronto</p><p>Mad Science of Toronto</p><p>Martyrs Shrine</p><p>McMichael Canadian Art Collection</p><p>Medieval Times Dinner &amp; Tournament</p><p>Mirvish Theatre</p><p>National Air Force Museum of Canada</p><p>National Gallery of Canada</p><p>Niagara Parks Commission</p><p>Oakville Galleries</p><p>Of Rock and Chalk Ltd.</p><p>ONE AXE Pursuits</p><p>Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters</p><p>Ontario Science Centre</p><p>Pirate Life Childrens Theatre</p><p>Reptilia Zoo and Education Centre</p><p>Ripleys Aquarium of Canada</p><p>Rose Theatre Brampton</p><p>Royal Ontario Museum</p><p>Scales Nature Park</p><p>Science North </p><p>Sky Zone</p><p>Sony Centre for the Performing Arts</p><p>Stratford Festival</p><p>18, 19</p><p>20</p><p>47</p><p>2, 20</p><p>21</p><p>22, 23, 60</p><p>56</p><p>57</p><p>42-43</p><p>23</p><p>24</p><p>45</p><p>50</p><p>25, 59</p><p>25</p><p>26</p><p>26</p><p>27</p><p>28</p><p>50</p><p>58</p><p>29</p><p>32</p><p>46</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>CO</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>EO</p><p>EO</p><p>SO</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>SO</p><p>CO</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>CO</p><p>NO</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>SO</p></li><li><p>6 2016-17 TORONTO STAR CLASSROOM CONNECTION FIELD TRIP GUIDE </p><p>Ontario Field Trip GuideINDEX</p><p>REGI</p><p>ON</p><p>PAGE</p><p>GRAD</p><p>E LEV</p><p>EL</p><p>ARTS</p><p>HEAL</p><p>TH &amp;</p><p> PHYS</p><p> ED</p><p>LANG</p><p>UAGE</p><p>MATH</p><p>SCIEN</p><p>CE &amp;</p><p> TECH</p><p>NOLO</p><p>GY</p><p>SOCIA</p><p>L STU</p><p>DIES</p><p>OTHE</p><p>R SER</p><p>VICE</p><p> IN FR</p><p>ENCH</p><p>FOOD</p><p>/SNA</p><p>CKS</p><p>WHE</p><p>ELCH</p><p>AIR A</p><p>CCES</p><p>S</p><p>GTA</p><p>CENTRAL ONTARIO</p><p>EASTERN ONTARIO</p><p>NORTHERN ONTARIO</p><p>SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO</p><p>REGIONAL KEY:</p><p>G</p><p>CO</p><p>EO</p><p>NO</p><p>SO</p><p>2-8</p><p>1-12</p><p>ALL</p><p>ALL</p><p>5-12</p><p>K-6</p><p>3-12</p><p>ALL</p><p>Teaching Kids News</p><p>The Haunted Walk</p><p>Toronto and Region Conservation Authority</p><p>Toronto Star Classroom Connection</p><p>Treetop Trekking Adventure Parks</p><p>Treewalk Village Advenutre Park for Kids</p><p>True North Climbing</p><p>Young Peoples Theatre</p><p>27</p><p>33</p><p>34</p><p>35, 45, 51</p><p>52</p><p>51</p><p>33</p><p>35</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>CO</p><p>CO</p><p>G</p><p>G</p><p>TEACHERS: WIN A FREE CLASS TRIP! SEE PAGE 13 FOR MORE DETAILS.Contact the service providers for further clarification on their wheelchair accessibility, food service and French programs.</p></li><li><p> 2016-17 TORONTO STAR CLASSROOM CONNECTION FIELD TRIP GUIDE 7</p><p>Greater Toronto Area</p><p>Ripleys Aquarium of Canada</p><p>CN TowerMad Science of Toronto</p><p>Contact: Booking Officer: 416-798-2277Website: www.baps.org/torontoLocation: 61 Claireville Drive, Toronto, M9W 5Z7</p><p>BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir &amp; Museum Canadas Unique hand-carved Architectural MarvelThe Mandir is constructed from over 95,000 cubic feet of hand-carved marble and stone in an eco-friendly way without the use of structural steel. It is a one-of-a-kind architectural monument allowing students to experience, explore and witness the uniqueness of Hinduism and Indian culture. Admission to the Mandir is FREE.</p><p>GRADEALLMinimum group size: 10 participants</p><p>Maximum group size: 100Length: 45 minutes, 60 minutes, Custom</p><p>Subject Areas: The Arts, Social Studies, Other</p></li><li><p>8 2016-17 TORONTO STAR CLASSROOM CONNECTION FIELD TRIP GUIDE </p><p>Contact: learn@agakhanmuseum.orgWebsite: agakhanmuseum.orgLocation: 77 Wynford Dr, Toronto, ON M3C 1K1</p><p>Aga Khan MuseumConnecting Cultures Through ArtBring your students to explore and create at the Aga Khan Museum! Let them discover the diversity of our world and how the arts of Muslim civilizations have contributed to it. Students will gain insight into art, science and math, and an appreciation of the connections between cultures.</p><p>GRADEALL</p><p>Minimum group size: 15Maximum group size: OtherLength: 2 hours Subject Areas: The Arts, Mathematics, Science and Technology, Social Studies, Other</p></li><li><p> 2016-17 TORONTO STAR CLASSROOM CONNECTION FIELD TRIP GUIDE 9</p><p>Contact: groupsales@ago.net, 416-979-6608Website: ago.net/schoolsLocation: 317 Dundas St. W, Toronto, ON</p><p>Art Gallery of OntarioDiscover Art. Explore Ideas.The AGO is among North Americas most distinguished art museums with Canadian works, European masterpieces and contemporary art, as well as sculptures and more! Experience one-of-a-kind exhibitions with guided tours or enjoy a self-guided visit. Explore the past and present while discovering the world through art and artmaking. </p><p>GRADEKindergarten to 12</p><p>Minimum group size: 15Maximum group size: OtherLength: 60 minutes, 90 minutes, 2 hoursSubject Areas: The Arts, Language, Mathematics, Social Studies, Other</p><p>Discover art. Explore ideas.</p><p>There is so much to see and do at the AGO!</p><p>Book your school visit todayRates start at $10 per studentago.net/schools | groupsales@ago.net | 416 979 6608</p><p>10% OFFwith codeFALL16*</p><p>*Book by September 30, 2016. Not valid on previous bookings. Cannot be combined with other offers.</p></li><li><p>1 Austin Terrace, Toronto, ON M5R 1X8T: 416.923.1171 F: 416.923.5734 E: groupbookings@casaloma.ca CASALOMA.CA LIBERTYGROUP.COM</p><p>Casa Loma is one of Torontos premier historic attractions. Casa Loma offers students an opportunity to step back in time to a bygone era and learn about life in the early 20th century.</p><p>Our guided group tours connect students to the concepts of historical thinking through interactive experiences. Each tour is targeted to a </p><p>groups specifi c age range and curriculum requirements.</p><p>WHERE learning COMES TO LIFE!</p><p>GRADES</p><p>4-6GRADES</p><p>7-8GRADES</p><p>JK-3</p><p>ELEMENTARY &amp; SECONDARY SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS</p><p>GRADES</p><p>9-12</p><p>Full program details and curriculum connections can be downloaded from casaloma.ca</p></li><li><p>1 Austin Terrace, Toronto, ON M5R 1X8T: 416.923.1171 F: 416.923.5734 E: groupbookings@casaloma.ca CASALOMA.CA LIBERTYGROUP.COM</p><p>Casa Loma is one of Torontos premier historic attractions. Casa Loma offers students an opportunity to step back in time to a bygone era and learn about life in the early 20th century.</p><p>Our guided group tours connect students to the concepts of historical thinking through interactive experiences. Each tour is targeted to a </p><p>groups specifi c age range and curriculum requirements.</p><p>WHERE learning COMES TO LIFE!</p><p>GRADES</p><p>4-6GRADES</p><p>7-8GRADES</p><p>JK-3</p><p>ELEMENTARY &amp; SECONDARY SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS</p><p>GRADES</p><p>9-12</p><p>Full program details and curriculum connections can be downloaded from casaloma.ca</p><p>*Restrictions may apply. / Cineplex Entertainment LP or used under license.</p><p>FR</p><p>TAKE YOUR CLASS TO PLACES THEY HAVE ONLY IMAGINED!THEY HAVE ONLY IMAGINED!</p><p>School bookings with Cineplex are an easy and exciting way to enhance your school curriculum, class activities or team events!For your next school event, bring your class to life with the latest Hollywood film, our exclusive IMAX educational series, or our Event Cinema selection that brings classic stage performances to the big screen.</p><p>YOUR EXPERIENCE INCLUDES Discounted admission for groups of 20 or more for regularly </p><p>scheduled films.* Flexible dates and show times for groups of 100 or more. Teachers resource guide free for select films.</p><p>Grades: AllProgram Length: 2 hours, Custom Subject Areas: The Arts, Health and Physical Education, Language, Science and Technology, Social Studies &amp; more</p><p>Location: 67 theatres in Ontario with 16 theatres in the Greater Toronto Area</p><p>1.800.313.4461Cineplex.com/GroupScreenings</p><p>groupsales@cineplex.com</p></li><li><p>12 2016-17 TORONTO STAR CLASSROOM CONNECTION FIELD TRIP GUIDE </p><p>Contact: Please contact the sites directlyWebsite: toronto.ca/museums-teachersLocation: Ten locations across the city</p><p>City of Toronto Historic SitesTen city museums offering dynamic, hands-on, interactive learningMore than 70 programs from JK through grade 12 supporting the Ontario curriculum. Cross-curricular, collaborative learning in authentic settings. Museum experts engage students, challenge ideas and connect the past and present. </p><p>NEW! Museums in the Classroom - We bring artifacts and interactive programs to you. Visit toronto.ca/museums-teachers for details.</p><p>GRADEALL</p><p>Minimum group size: 15Maximum group size: OtherLength: VariousSubject Areas: Various</p><p>MANY FACES</p><p>ONE WAR,</p><p>toronto.ca/museums-teachers</p><p>History gets real in authentic settings. Museum educators help students uncover the human stories behind pivotal events.</p></li><li><p>Just another school day? Not quite.</p><p>Teachers: WIN a FREE class trip to</p><p>LEGO Education and LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto are working in partnership to deliver high quality educational experiences that will prepare todays students for tomorrows world. Now educators can discover the learning philosophy of LEGO Education in the thrilling atmosphere of LEGOLAND Discovery Centre, offering a wonderful balance of learning, creativity and fun. </p><p>ENTER TODAY FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN. FIND OUT MORE AT: classroomconnection.ca/legoland*Terms and Conditions: Free class trip to LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto is for a maximum of 35 children and 7 teachers. No cash or credit value. Visit date and workshops to be determined by winner, but must be redeemed in full by June 30th, 2017. Date and times subject to availability and minimum 3 weeks notice must be given to guarantee booking date. Busing and meal deals not included. Tickets are non-transferable. Suitable for grades JK to 5. See full contest rules at www.classroomconnection.ca/legoland.</p></li><li><p>14 2016-17 TORONTO STAR CLASSROOM CONNECTION FIELD TRIP GUIDE </p><p>Contact: Group Sales 416-601-4707 groupsales@cntower.caWebsite: www.cntower.ca/educationLocation: 301 Front Street West Toronto Ontario M5V 2T6</p><p>CN TowerMeet you at the top!Looking for a new perspective on your curriculum? A fun and educational place to take your group? Why not visit the CN Tower! Education programs at the CN Tower developed by teachers for teachers. Canadas National Tower offers a fun and exciting learning environment with curriculum based programs.</p><p>GRADE1 - 12</p><p>Minimum group size: 15Maximum group size: 100+Length: 1 hourSubject Areas: Science and Technology</p><p>Learning is fun with CN TowersEducation Programs:</p><p> Structures &amp; MechanismsGrades 3 &amp; 7</p><p> Geography &amp; Urban PlanningGrades 9 &amp; 10</p><p> Hospitality &amp; TourismGrades 9 to 12</p><p>cntower.ca groupsales@cntower.ca416.601.4707</p><p>Toll-Free North America 1.888.684.3268</p><p>Otherfi eld trips</p><p>just arenton thesamelevel</p><p>559 College Street, Suite 401 Toronto, ON M6G 1A9 </p><p>416-323-3282</p><p>Date: Aug 09, 2016 Approvals: Date: Signature:</p><p>Job#: Prod Artist:</p><p>Filename_ Version# Proofreader:</p><p>CNT162577_TOStar Acct Mngr:Client: CNTower Built By: JC Acct Dir:</p><p>Desc: AD Artist: Studio Mngr:</p><p>Publication: Toronto Star Acct. Mgr: CQ Copywriter:</p><p>Trim: 4.7" x 3.75" # Colours: 4C Art Director:</p><p>Bleed: n/a</p><p>Safety/Live: n/a</p><p>Client:</p><p>File Built at...</p></li></ul>