Language English Botanical Garden Students conduct experiments to find the intruder among the products tested. Photo: Michel Tremblay TabsDescription Workshop From Native wigwams to today’s sugar shacks, maple-syrup production may have changed, but the tradition and delicious taste remain the same! Students will learn about the steps in producing maple products from sap. Then they’ll conduct some experiments to find the intruder among the products tested. Detectives, get your taste buds ready! Most activities take place indoors. For some activities, however, we may take the students outdoors into the Arboretum. So it’s important for the children to be dressed appropriately for the weather (boots, raingear, gloves, etc). That way everyone is sure to enjoy the outing. Schedule9:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 12:30 p.m., Wednesday to FridayDatesMarch 9 to April 22, 2016Special notes Combine this educational activity with a complementary workshop on birds! Ask when you reserve. Book this educational activity and borrow the All About Trees classroom kit for free. Discuss the characteristics, growing cycle and various uses of trees with your students in a concrete and engaging way. Grade levelElementary cycle twoElementary cycle threeMain topicCultureThemesSugaring offCapacity1 classDuration60 minutesLocationMulti-purpose roomOutdoor activityTakes place at the Tree HouseReservationRequired Reservations and conditions Preparatory activity Sugaring-off Time - Match the words Students match words in connection with Sugaring-off Time.