Monarchs: A Species at Risk

Free Virtual Program for Teachers & Students Grades 1-7

Available now through March 31, 2021

Register your class and receive a FREE virtual program about the Monarch butterfly as a Species at Risk. 

With this program package you will be able to build connections with the Grade 1 – 7 science curriculum, discover what it means to be a Species at Risk in Canada, and learn about how we can help one of our iconic species.

This packaged program includes a program video, access to a class questionnaire, printable resources, and an opportunity to connect with our Monarch expert to personally answer your students’ questions.

Program topics include:

  • What it means to be a “Species at Risk”
  • Examples of Canadian Species at Risk and what their habitats are.
  • What Monarchs need in their habitat to survive.
  • Monarch life cycle and how their different stages dictate their different needs.
  • How pollination works and the importance of preserving our native pollinators.
  • How humans can help Monarchs.

The programming is completely virtual and is comprised of 4 parts:

  1. Program Video
    You will receive the program video link via email. Watch the program video together with your class, or send it to students who are learning from home. The program video is 20 minutes long.
  2. Quiz/Questionnaire
    We will send you a link to our Google Form Quiz which is to be filled out either once as a class or individually by students. The Quiz is easy to understand, with lots of photos.
  3. Q&A Opportunity
    If your students have questions about Monarchs, compile them in an email and schedule a personal response from our Monarch expert.
  4. Resources
    Access to student colouring pages, activities, info, etc.

To register your class, please fill out the online registration form:

Questions? Connect with our Monarch Expert & Program Coordinator:

Monarchs: A Species at Risk

This virtual program is available for teachers & students across Canada!

Download the program flier & share with your colleagues: