The Dome at Home

Continue the experimentation, curiosity and fun right in your living room with some of our favourite resources and at-home activities.

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Winter Activity Pack

Get up to snow good this holiday season with Science World's Winter Activity Pack! Catch the magic of the auroras with citizen scientists, travel across the tundra with a celebration of polar bears and create your very own winter decorations all from the comfort of your home.

  • Chasing Steve: A documentary about a group of unwitting Alberta aurora chasers who discover a new phenomenon in the night sky and name it.
  • At-Home Experiments: Fun-filled winter-themed activities with household ingredients.
  • Polar Bear Cam: A virtual Tundra Buggy trip in Churchill, Canada to see polar bears as they wait for winter sea ice to form on Hudson Bay. Courtesy of our friends at Polar Bears International.
  • Bird-tastic Winter Decorations: Printable ornaments featuring our favourite local feathery friends.
  • Virtual Icy Field Trip: Watch the sun set on the Arctic Henge located in one of Iceland's most remote northern villages, watch snow coverage from space and check out the glittering glaciers and steep-walled fiords of the Auyuittuq National Park.

These resources are free to access! If it's in your means to give this holiday season, making a donation allows us to curate more resources like this in the future.

Online Films

Lower the blinds, shut the curtains, and watch some of your favourite Science Theatre shows right at home!

At-Home Science Activities

Centre Stage Livestreams

Did you see our weekly Centre Stage livestreams this summer? While they have officially wrapped up, stay tuned for more information on when we'll be going live again.

Missed live shows? Don't worry, you can check out the action from past livestreams below or on YouTube.


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