Fun Facts Goals
We challenge you to research a fun fact that you can share with your friends and family.
Share what you learn with us on social media
@oceanweekvictoria and with the hashtag #oceanweekvictoria!
Salish Sea Snippet
Click the image to learn more about today’s theme and meet some local ocean people with Brett Soberg from Eagle Wing Tours.
Activities to Try
Parental Involvement Level Guide for Kids Category:
Children and youth can grab a device and join us on their own.
Parents will need to help with this activity from time to time for things like printing, cutting, or downloading.
This is a family activity that suggests going out of the house together or working with more complicated materials.
Best for: Kids (up to 10 years)
Multimedia: Something Fishy from the Royal BC Museum
Video: Go Fish from the Royal BC Museum
Video: Parka Goes Whale Watching from Parks Canada
Activity Sheets: Oceans Week Activity Booklet from Seaquaria Ocean Education
Multimedia: Oceans Week Game Day from LIVE IT
Parental Involvement Level:
Best for: Young Teens
Fun Facts: Orca Facts from Georgia Strait Alliance
Fun Facts: Marine Animal Identification Cards to Make from HCTF Education
Best for: Teens & Adults
Video: Whale Fossils from the Royal BC Museum
Video: Resident Orca Family Structure from the Royal BC Museum
Best for: The Whole Family
Activity: Kid-tributor Creature Features from Shaw Centre for the Salish Sea