Students can explore the Aga Khan Museum — in-person or online — where we connect cultures through art using curriculum-linked experimental learning.
Stimulate your students’ critical thinking and communication skills as they explore the Museum, experiment with hands-on artmaking, and participate in collaborative activities. Our Ontario curriculum-linked programs are designed for cross-curricular STEAM learning, and include social studies, math, visual arts, science, and more.
From the comfort of your home or classroom, engage your students with our newest endeavour, Virtual Visits. These platform-based virtual experiences provide age-appropriate information on a specific topic related to our Museum Collection. Approximately two hours long, these programs fit nicely into two classroom periods. Each program includes a pre-recorded tour, interactive elements, and a final workshop or series of activities. With the program, you will also receive a Teacher Resource Package that includes a breakdown of the program, specific Ontario curriculum links, extension activities, further resources, and much more!
On-site half-day and full-day programs for early learning (ages 2–4), primary (Grades 1-3), junior (Grades 4–6), and middle and high school (Grades 7-12) are available. Relevant COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions will apply.
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View our current program offerings (available year-round), and book:
Access resources that will help you engage your students and broaden their understanding of the artistic, social, and scientific contributions of Muslim civilizations.
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