Do you want to meet a snowman? Explore an Ice Palace? Skate down a canal? Take your students out of the classroom and into a winter wonderland for an adventure of a lifetime.

Dropping temperatures may make packing seem daunting, but the key to surviving the winter weather is layers. Your students should have a good pair of snow boots, a thick coat and snow pants to help battle the cold.

On our winter packing list we recommend keeping things light to ensure a great educational tour. An extra pair of socks is great as your students will be outside for large portions of the day, and scarves, hats, and gloves are necessary to keep everyone cozy and warm.

Let go of your frozen fears, become one with the wind and sky and the cold won’t bother you anyway.

Winter Packing List

Documents
  • For those 18 and under, a Canadian birth certificate (original or photocopy)
  • Valid Passport - Required for USA or International Trip
  • Health card
  • Money -  Lunches are typically not included in the program and perhaps include some spending money for downtime and snacks
  • Copy of the itinerary
  • List of important numbers and emergency contacts
  • List of prescriptions or allergies                                               

Recommended Clothing                                                   
  • 1 long sleeve shirt per day
  • 1 change of socks per day
  • 1 change of underwear per day
  • 1 pair of long underwear
  • 2 sweaters or sweatshirts
  • 2 pairs of pants
  • 1 pair of pajamas
  • 1 outfit for dance or other formal event (if applicable)
  • 1 snow jacket
  • 1 pair of snow pants
  • 1 hat
  • 1 pair of gloves or mitts
  • 1 scarf
 
Footwear
  • 1 pair of snow boots
  • 1 pair of shoes for dance or formal event (if applicable)

Toiletries
  • 1 toothbrush and toothpaste
  • 1 comb or brush
  • 1 deodorant
  • 1 tube of sunscreen
 
Additional Items
  • Extra pairs of socks
  • Extra mitts or gloves
  • Knapsack
  • Camera (with extra batteries)
  • Snacks for the bus ride
  • Water bottle

  

NOTE: If travelling to the United States, identification is required:

For more information on US travel, please visit http://travel.gc.ca/destinations/united-states

 

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