Education on the Farm
Fall Classroom – SOLD OUT
The Chilliwack Corn Maze is committed to teaching kids about agriculture and where their food comes from. Due Covid 19 and the ever changing structure of how children will be accessing their education, we have taken the time to assess the current school structure and determine the best roll out of our education program based upon BC guidelines.
We are excited to offer field trips for daycare, preschools, homeschool groups and both private and public schools. Our aim is to provide students with a fun, hands-on learning experience where they can interact with agriculture in our community. Our field trip is semi guided with lots of time to run and play.
SOLD OUT- Currently our fall classroom is sold out! We would still love to host you on the farm. To be the first to know about our spring classroom or other educational opportunities please sign up for our educational e-newsletter at the bottom of this page.
FIELD TRIP COSTS:
$8.75 / student – includes a small pumpkin or gourd
2 and under are free
Siblings pay regular field trip admission upon arrival
Teachers and EAs are free
Parents are free
No deposit required – The Corn Maze will invoice the teacher and/or secretary school following the field trip.
Two Time Slots: 9:00 AM – 11:00AM & 11:30AM – 1:30PM
September 13 – October 29th, 2021
To provide a fun and educational, hands-on learning experience for children to interact with agriculture. Our tours are geared towards preschool to Grade 4 and we welcome other ages as well.
Corn Maze: There is an “easy” maze and a “hard” maze. The easy maze takes about 15-20 minutes and the hard one takes 30-40 min. There are 10 posts throughout the maze to help guide students along.
Pumpkin Patch: Students are welcome to choose a small pumpkin to take home. They can also choose a gourd if they prefer.
Outside Play Zone: Jumping pillow (10 students max), sand box, ball throwing, slide, sound garden & swing area.
Barn Play: Hay bale maze, visit the animals, petal carts, duck races and more
Pavilion Area: Learning station lead by us, walking story boards, outside adventure zone and tire area
Hay Ride: Weather and staffing dependent.
WHAT TO WEAR:
It is important that students dress appropriately. They may need boots and raincoats or sunscreen depending on the weather. Recommending students bring a change of clothes is a good idea if conditions are wet.
– Our concession will be closed during the field trip
– Students are welcome to bring a snack or lunch to the field trip and eat at one of the given stations.
– A covered area for students to place their belongings will be provided
COVID 19 Protocols: Regular sanitization will occur throughout the farm and we will be following recommendations from the school district and the current PHO closely and monitor this through the season if restrictions change in the fall.
Book Your Field Trip
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My class loves visiting the Chilliwack Corn Maze for Spring on the Farm each year! The interactive stations, live animals & physical activities make for an interesting trip & tour leaders work well with students.Janet Beattie (SD 34)