BC Curriculum-relevant activities for classes in K-9
Teachers of students in grades Kindergarten to Grade 9 are invited to reserve a time to participate in a free interactive, engaging and educational program developed by fellow educators that’s designed to meet important learning outcomes for each Grade within the new BC Curriculum.
As part of the free program, teachers will receive a package containing information and activities for students that can be completed before, during and following the class visit to the Exhibition.
Among the major themes that will be explored in these activities led by trained Read Me a Story Activity Coordinators:
- The value of language and literature to help us find meaning and joy
- How exploring a rich diversity of texts deepens our understanding and develops our ability to make connections, express ideas and think critically
- How inquiry, curiosity and thoughtful reflection in story and text deepens our understanding of self, identity and humanity
- Discovering how artistry and precision in language are powerful tools in communicating for specific audiences and purposes
For more information, please send an email to email@example.com, or register online at: http://readmeastory.simplybook.me/
Planning for your day at the Exhibition
The Read Me a Story Exhibition is held in the Exhibition Hall at the Roundhouse Community Centre, which is located on the former Expo site at the corner of Davie & Pacific. View Map and Get Directions
Walking: From Granville Street, head east five blocks down Davie.
Skytrain: The Yaletown – Roundhouse Canada Line Station is 200 metres from us.
Bus: Buses C21 & C23 stop within feet of the Roundhouse.
Driving: Underground pay parking is available, access off Drake (south of Pacific Blvd).
Monday to Friday
7am-6pm – $2/hour, no daily max
Monday to Sunday, Holidays
6-11pm – $3 flat rate
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays
7am-6pm – $2/hour
$12 max per day
6-11pm – $3 max
Parking rates may change from posted. Please check the EasyPark website.