Tools for Learning
Ready to explore and learn?
The Windsor Sculpture Park, with over 30 internationally recognized works of contemporary art, is the perfect location to learn more about Windsor's art, culture and heritage. Take a trip to his unique, outdoor museum without walls where students can develop a sense of place and stewardship by allowing them to explore their regional environment.
Free for download, and intended for all, the Cultural Affairs department offers these interdisciplinary lesson plans for Kindergarten to Grade 8. All lesson plans include outdoor activities in the sculpture garden, and in-class learning activities.
Developed using the Ontario Ministry of Education's curriculum guidelines, each plan provides an interactive activity for exploring local history, multiple learning strategies and additional resources for each sculpture along the waterfront of Windsor's Sculpture Park.
Available Lesson Plans
- SJK/SK. Sculpture Alphabet. Curriculum: literacy, visual arts.
- Grade 1. Dancing Bear. Curriculum: dance, music, visual arts.
- Grade 2. Space Plough II. Curriculum: science, social studies, visual arts.
- Grade 3. Salutation. Curriculum: science, social studies, visual arts.
- Grade 4 - Voyageur Canoe. Curriculum: social studies, dance Grade 5. Consolation. Curriculum: language, drama.
- Grade 6. Obelisk. Curriculum: math, visual arts.
- Grade 7:
For general information, call 311. For detailed inquiries or to schedule a classroom visit or Windsor Sculpture Park activity, please contact the Cultural Affairs Office.
Cultural Affairs Office
2450 McDougall Street
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Phone: 519-253-2300 ext. 2746