Parent Data Required
Parents – please make sure to complete this form for each of your children enrolled in General Science in order to obtain a written report for Term 1.
Visit to McGill Maude Abbott Medical Museum
Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street, Room 2/38E
Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3A 0C7
Please see this link for a view of the location. The building is located approximately 12 minutes walk from outside McGill Metro Station. You should plan to arrive at the metro by 12:30pm. The visit is a scavenger hunt. Bring a pen or pencil
Meeting time: 12:45pm, Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 3640 University Street. Room 2/38E
Tour of the museum 1:00pm – 2:15pm
For a group visit we provide a moderate amount of structure.
We have designed a “scavenger hunt” designed to encourage observation.
The goal of the visit is to increase motivation or interest, and to spark curiosity about human anatomy and medicine.
Please note that the specimens in the museum are human organs and skeletons.
For the location of the museum, please see the website at
There is no entrance fee for the Museum. However, we rely heavily on donations for everything we do and, although not necessary, a donation would be appreciated.
Please complete this form if you wish to book an evaluation for MEES in April-May-June 2018.
General Science Class
General Science Class from The Learning Tree Co-op meets once a week from October to May to complete labs and test from the textbook Exploring Creation with General Science.
The text is written for students in 7th grade but can also be used for 8th graders. The course covers such topics as the scientific method, designing experiments, simple machines, archaeology, geology, palaeontology, biology, and human anatomy and physiology.
Optional components to complete at home include a textbook and student notebook. Audio and DVD versions of the textbook are also available. For sample pages see this link.
The co-op has purchased a licence to distribute a digital version of the course labs and notebooks to registered students. If you have not received a copy, please see your teacher.
A weekly schedule, class notes and homework assignments are published here. Completion of homework assignments, scoring by the teacher and tests are at the parent’s discretion. Progress reports are published twice a year for those who wish to include them in a government report. The rubric used to score science labs is available here