Free Programs from Live Learning Canada

We would like to offer you and your students an opportunity to try a few of Live Learning Canada‘s K-12 live streaming educational programs for free! Simply choose a program from the list below, click on the link to register, and you will receive the program link via email. Then, on the date and time of the live streaming event, simply click on the link you received by email, sit back, and enjoy an educational live streaming program on us!

At Live Learning Canada, live streaming means broadcasting an event taking place in real time to a live audience (you) by sharing video over the internet. Live streams are delivered one-way which means our content partners can’t see you, but you can see and interact with them using the zoom platform. Information about the technology requirements is included below.


Project Eco-Vehicle

Expert: Two Bit Circus Foundation

Theme: Engineering Week

Program Date: 2/20/2019

Program Times: 12:10PM EST & 1:10PM EST

Grades: 3,4,5

Subject/ Content Areas: STEAM, project-based learning

Program Description:

Put on your creativity hats as we walk your class through the engineering design process to creating your very own Eco-Vehicle. Challenge your students to bring in to the classroom recycled materials from home that can best be used for construction. We will take your class through the design and planning phase before they complete their creations. We can’t wait to see the results.

Link to Join Program: 12:10PM EST

Link to Join Program: 1:10PM EST

Global Education Motivators, a United Nations NGO

Expert: The World of Non-Governmental Organizations

Theme: International: World NGO Day

Program Date: 2/27/2019

Program Time: 12:10 PM EST

Grades: 6,7,8,9,10,11,12

Subject/ Content Areas: History, Social Studies, Non-government organizations, NGO, United Nations, Unicef, Africa

Program Description:

This is a day to celebrate the amazing, and often difficult, work that NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations) do around the world. From curing disease, to feeding refugees, NGOs are the backbone of civil society’s efforts to improve our planet and the lives of those living on it. In this program, participants will hear from Zayn Abakil in Casablanca, Morocco, co-founder of the Dounia Project. She will talk about her work with UNICEF, and how that prepared her to create her own NGO, whose mission is to create a safe and nurturing space where youth from different urban areas around the world can participate in a set of extracurricular activities during school and non-school hours, which will allow them to develop the necessary skills to compete in an increasingly globalized world.

Link to Join Program:

Famous Children’s Poets – Dr. Seuss

Expert: Kenn Nesbitt’s Poetry4Kids

Theme: Poetry Monthly

Program Date: 3/1/2019

Program Times: 11:10AM EST, 12:10PM EST & 1:10PM EST

Grades: 1,2,3,4

Subject/ Content Areas: English Language Arts, writing, literature, poetry, Dr. Seuss

Program Description:

On the birthday of the most well-known American children’s author, you’ll learn all about who Dr. Seuss was and how he changed children’s books forever.

Link to Join Program: 11:10 AM EST

Link to Join Program: 12:10 PM EST

Link to Join Program: 1:10 PM EST

Alpine Zone Adaptations

Expert: Mount Washington Observatory

Theme: Weather

Program Date: 3/5/2019

Program Times: 12:10PM EST & 1:10PM EST

Grades: 6,7,8

Subject/ Content Areas: STEM, meteorology, science, weather, earth

Program Description:

Journey to a strange and distant land where temperatures fall well below freezing, winds whip at hurricane force and even trees cannot survive. Learn about the specialized technology our scientists use to study this delicate yet dangerous environment, along with the unique adaptations that animals and plants use to survive in the heart of the Alpine Zone.

Grades: 6,7,8

Link to Join Program: 12:10 PM EST

Grades: 3,4,5

Link to Join Program: 1:10PM EST

Exploring Arachnids through Rosie the Tarantula

Expert: Butterfly Pavilion

Theme: Animal Encounters

Program Date: 3/18/2019

Program Time: 1:10 PM

Grades: 2,3,4,5,6

Subject/ Content Areas: STEM, Science, spiders, arthropod, arachnids

Program Description:

Students meet Rosie, the Chilean Rosehair Tarantula! Through guided observation of a live, on-camera animal, we’ll discover what makes a tarantula an arachnid. Through inquiry (questions submitted ahead of time or during broadcast), students find out more about how she lives and come to appreciate her as more than just a big, hairy spider.

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In order to participate in our Live Learning Canada live streaming programs, all you need is a computer with a stable internet connection, and the zoom client software (a safe, quick and easy download). 

*No webcam required. Live streams are delivered one way from our content partners to you, the participants. Our content partners can’t see you, but you can see them.

Download your preferred Zoom Client (choose your device from the list) to participate in Live Learning Canada’s live streaming programs. Learn more about Zoom.

If you have any questions, please contact us.


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