Bee City Canada

FREE Virtual Learning Sessions

Junior Kindergarten to Grade 6

Pollinators Virtual Learning

Bee City Canada is pleased to announce our Free virtual learning sessions.

These 45 minute Live virtual sessions are designed to teach primary students about pollinators and their impact on the environment.

Our presentation is suitable for primary students from Junior Kindergarten through Grade 3.

If you’d like to book a session for an older grade, please click here .

Book your session below and one of our Bee City Ambassadors will be in touch to make further arrangements.

If you have any problems with booking a session, please email [email protected] or call Shelly at (647) 402-0133.

We look forward to buzzing about pollinators with you and your students.

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Meet our Bee City Ambassadors

Aryan Gautam

Aryan Gautam

Corry York

Corry York

Emily McLean

Emily McLean

Jessica Yu

Jessica Yu

Shynice Williams

Shynice Williams

Tanuj Pandya

Tanuj Pandya

Zimri Prutschi

Zimri Prutschi

Adèle Grenouilleau

Adèle Grenouilleau

Terra Voth

Terra Voth

Katharine Dos Santos

Katharine Dos Santos

Shelly Candel

Shelly Candel

Thank you so much for a truly informative and interesting presentation! We learned so much and the students are very excited!

Gina T. 
Teacher, Brimwood Boulevard PS

Thank you so much for a great presentation today! The kids loved it and we spent part of the afternoon drawing bees and thinking of action we can take. We are all going to plant flowers in the spring! I’ll send you some of the bee pictures when they are finished. Thank you again!

Leah D. 
Grade 2 Teacher

The Bee City Canada School programs cultivate a climate that encourages students to ask critical questions. Students are encouraged to become problem solvers by examining real-world contexts through experiential learning.

Ashleigh White
Elementary School Teacher

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