Distance LearningThe Royal Tyrrell Museum Virtual Visit
Take a tour of the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology without leaving your classroom! During this interactive virtual visit, we’ll guide you through our world-renowned galleries and exhibits. Marvel at creatures from ancient seas, explore Dinosaur Hall, and discover how life carried on after the asteroid impact that marked the end of the Age of Dinosaurs.
Toll free in North America (outside Alberta)
Toll free in Alberta
310-0000 then (403) 823-7707
Outside North America
Available to the general public
Maximum 35 participants
Teacher Resource Guide
|Kindergarten||Environment and Community Awareness|
|Grade 1||Science||Needs of Animals and Plants|
|Grade 2||Science||Small Crawling and Flying Animals|
|Grade 3||Science||Animal Life Cycles|
|Grade 4||Science||Plant Growth and changes|
|Social Studies||Alberta: The Land, Histories and Stories|
|Grade 5||Science||Wetland Ecosystems|
|Grade 6||Science||Evidence and Investigation|
|Grade 7||Science||Interactions and Ecosystems; Planet Earth|
|Grade 8||Science||Freshwater and Saltwater Ecosystems|
|Grade 9||Science||Biological Diversity|
|Grade 10||Science 10||Energy Flow in Global Systems|
|Grade 11||Science 20||The Changing Earth; Changes in Living Systems|
|Biology 20||Ecosystems and Population Change|
|Grade 12||Biology 30||Change in Populations and Communities|
U.S. National Education Standards
Many of our Distance Learning programs meet the United States National Education Standards for schools in the American education system. Programs with specific curriculum connections are available for students K-12.
Download the U.S. National Education Standards PDF here.
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