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EURÊKA!, AN EXCITING YEAR-END OUTING THAT IMMERSES YOUR STUDENTS IN SCIENCE… WHILE HAVING FUN!

(c) Mélanie Dusseault

OVER 100 FUN, INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIES FOR YOUR STUDENTS!

Next edition:

june 7, 2019

9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED – FROM NOVEMBER 8, 2018

REGISTRATION FORM   (FRENCH ONLY)

A unique opportunity for your students to meet more than 150 practitioners who are passionate about science and technology. Festival for curious minds of all ages.
And it’s free!

 

For 3rd-cycle elementary and 1st-cycle secondary classes (but there is something for every level

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WHAT TO EXPECT?

On the program: demonstrations, workshops and performances. More than 100 FREE outdoor activities.

WHAT TEACHERS SAY ABOUT EUREKA!

87 %* of surveyed teachers enjoyed their visit
93 %* were impressed with the richness and diversity of the programming
94 %* are convinced of Eureka’s discovery and learning benefits
93 %* came to Eureka! more than once with their class
*Excerpt of survey carried out for the Eureka! Festival by YMS  in June 2014.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

How much time should we plan for?

As long as you like! There are 2 to 6 hours of activities.

Who’s it for?

3rd-cycle elementary and 1st-cycle secondary classes, but there is something for every level!

How much does it cost?

All activities are FREE!

Where is it?

In front of the Science Center, in the Old Port of Montréal

How do we get there?

By metro : orange line : Place d’Armes station (+10 min. walk).
By school bus.

What about lunch?

Feel free to picnic on the site (there will be a sheltered area in case of rain).

How many supervisors will we need?

We recommend one accompanying adult for every 10 students.

What will happen when we arrive at the festival?

Each group will be greeted upon arrival by a festival agent.

Any other important information I should be aware of?

We will send you an information kit a few weeks before the festival.

Need more information?
Contact us: eurekascolaire@liledusavoir.ca

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SCIENCE GOES TO SCHOOL! 2018 CONTEST

Many of you participated in the Web Rally and Fake News hunt from Agence Science-Presse.

Congratulations to the 3 winning classes that won a $1,000 scholarship to carry out scientific activities in their school, thanks to the Fonds de recherche du Québec.

Mrs. Tanya Mathieu’s class from École Sans-Frontière won the Nature and Technologies grant.

(c) Mélanie Dusseault

 

Mrs. Roxanne Gendron-Mathieu’s class from École Terre-des-jeunes received the Health grant.

(c) Mélanie Dusseault

 

Mrs. Julie Marcus’ class from Roslyn School obtained the Society and Culture grant.

(c) Mélanie Dusseault

 

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