Education Kits and School Programs
Bring the museum into your classroom with . These unique suitcases are packed with ‘artefacts’, photographs and other resources that inspire curiosity and engage active young minds.
Education Kits are designed to meet current BC curriculum expectations and , but can be adapted to fit other grades and ESL
$50 per 3-week loan (each loan begins on a Monday and ends on a Friday)
Steveston Stories: How One Person Can Make a Difference offers students an opportunity to explore the history of the citizens in Steveston who contributed to their community.
Local actions have global consequences, and global actions have local consequences.
Individuals have rights and responsibilities as global citizens.
Steveston Stories Teacher's Guide
To book: Complete this document and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604-238-8037 for more information.
Suspended until further notice
The Steveston Museum offers school programs based on local history that cover the new curriculum’s BIG IDEAS through inquiry-based learning.
To request a school programs booking, access the 2019-2020 school programs brochure and click on the link at the bottom of the second page to fill in an online booking form.
The Nikkei Return - New On-Site Program
Learn about Japanese Canadian history through a walking tour of Steveston. At the museum, students unpack suitcases of objects and stories, revealing personal experiences of the internment and post-war years.
Availability: Not currently offered