Micro to Macro Chain
Have you ever given any thought to the fact that many invisible organisms swim alongside you when you swim in a lake or river? Quebec’s freshwater ecosystems are beautiful and fascinating. Through images and videos taken by a diver-biologist, your students will discover the intriguing world of food chains. From large loons and snapping turtles, to tiny daphnia, protozoa and bacteria: all of these organisms are part of complex food webs and each species has an impact on the others and on water quality.
Schedule and Duration
This activity takes place every day from Monday to Friday. The activity is designed to be experienced entirely remotely! You don’t need to go anywhere, the C.I.EAU comes to you virtually. The activity lasts 1 hour.
The Micro to Macro Chain activity was designed for a class of 30 students. It is available for both in-school and at-home use.
Rate for the Micro to Macro Chain activity
$200 per group (non-taxable)
Please note that for a reservation of more than one group from the same school you receive a $20 discount per group!
We also offer a $50 discount per activity for special groups to promote access to learning.
Links with the
Quebec Education Program
The activity Micro to Macro Chain addresses several topics related to the elementary school education curriculum, particularly in science and technology, mathematics and the social world. For more details, consult the document below.
Each C.I.EAU activity has been designed in collaboration with the school, educational and scientific communities in order to offer comprehensive activities that are in line with the Quebec school curriculum.
Click the photos below to download the documents related to the Micro to Macro Chain activity!