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School Programs

To book your school program, please visit the Bookings Page.

NOTE: The Alberta Aviation Museum is not offering IN-PERSON field trips to the museum at this time. However, we have converted our Theory of Flight program to an online format and will be introducing more online options soon.

Available Programs

Theory of Flight

Grade: 6

Length: 1-month online access to virtual activity kit AND 60-minute live session

Cost:

$175 (Per School Class)

$10 (Per Homeschooling Household)*

*Registration for Homeschooling Parents Available Below

For Schools: Book Field Trip

The Alberta Aviation Museum is excited to bring our popular Theory of Flight program right to your classroom! This year your booking includes two parts; the brand-new virtual Theory of Flight Activity Kits and a virtual live session with the museum’s knowledgeable instructors.

The kit includes 9 interactive activities that combine Air and Aerodynamics and Flight units with other topics from the Grade 6 science, social studies and language arts curriculum. Each activity comes with a comprehensive guide for teachers outlining curriculum links and any supplementary resources or worksheets in the kit.

The interactive live session with our instructors is an hour-long virtual program, during which you will get to see show up-close aircraft tours of some of the Alberta Aviation Museum’s historic aircraft the Four Forces of Flight and aircraft control surfaces. It is also an opportunity to ask our instructors all of your aviation questions!

For Homeschooling Parents:

We Hosting Our Next Theory of Flight Online Session for Homeschooling Parents on April 21st, 2021

Register Below Today!

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Taking Off February 2021 – In “Plane” Sight 

Grade: K-4

Length: 45 minutes live session AND 4 in-class activities

Cost:

$100 (Per School Class)

$7.50 (Per Homeschooling Household)*

*Registration for Homeschooling Parents Available Below

For Schools: Book Field Trip

Introducing our brand-new virtual program! In “Plane” Sight explores symbols throughout aviation history and how we can use them to understand identity. The program will venture into symbols of group and self-identities through an up-close look at some of the Alberta Aviation Museum’s artifacts and stories from Alberta’s aviation history. Students will gain a better understanding of how symbols have been used to illustrate identity throughout history.

The program includes a virtual live session with the museum instructors and an activity kit. The virtual live session consists of an interactive session where the student can see different artifacts such as military uniforms, medals and others. They will also have the opportunity to ask our instructors any questions.

The activity kit will engage student’s creative, writing and critical thinking skills. Activities include two worksheets, a craft, and a virtual choose your own adventure story!

For Homeschooling Parents:

We Hosting Our Next In ‘Plane’ Sight Online Session for Homeschooling Parents on April 21st, 2021

Register Below Today!

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