Over 51 activity centres have been organized into five strands. Each activity is directly linked to the current Ontario Curriculum requirements. The five strands are:

Our activity centres are supervised by Lead Coordinators who either work in a variety of specialized water-related fields throughout the Niagara Region, or are retired teachers. They are assisted by our high school volunteers whose enthusiasm and energy create a positive learning environment for the students.

This teacher’s resource manual has been created to provide an outline for each activity centre complete with an overview of the activity, overall expectations, specific expectations, curriculum links, glossary of terms, as well as related lesson plans and student activity sheets.

Your input, through comments and suggestions, is very important to us and enables us to continually improve and provide the best program possible. Let us know what you think, please take a moment after attending our festival to fill out our Teacher Evaluation Form.

Need a Trip Permission Form? Download our Water Festival Trip Permission Form.

Want to see the Water Festival Map? Download our map here.

Please take your time to orient yourself with the Water Festival. We strongly encourage you view the Teacher Orientation Presentation by clicking HERE


Niagara Children’s Water Festival 2017

May 9th to 12th, 2017

Registration is now open!


For More Information Contact:
Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
250 Thorold Street West
3rd Floor, Welland, Ontario
L3C 3W2

Brianne Wilson
Office:905-562-5235 x 26
Fax: 905-562-7051
Email: bwilson@npca.ca

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