Social Studies/Geography Presentations


Safari In Kenya

“Your presentation was thoroughly inspiring, informative and interactive. The students only had positive things to say about the experience. Thank you! Thank you!” – (Edgewood School, Toronto)

Immerse your students into the magical continent of Africa! Journey with veteran African safari tour leader, Loretta, as she explores the land and people of Kenya.

Compare the similarities and differences of life in Canada with those in Africa. Learn about climate, foods, homes, animals, clothing, traditions, transportation, languages and more!

More than 100 authentic African artifacts to explore! All items from Loretta’s personal collection!
A fun and memorable way to celebrate Global Communities and African Heritage Month!

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Grades K to 6 (Adapted)
Curriculum Connections: Social Studies, Science, Geography and Environmental Studies


Ancient Egypt (Early Societies)

“The students thoroughly enjoyed their trip to ancient Egypt.”
(Ingleborough School, Brampton)

Join Loretta on an exciting journey to Egypt. Learn about ancient Egyptian peoples and their mysterious and fascinating history. Discover their advanced inventions and technology; importance of pyramids, rituals, religion, Gods, animals, astronomy and more. Compare similarities and differences with other ancient cultures and civilizations.

Great for Early Societies or African Heritage / Black History initiatives!

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Grades 3 to 8
Curriculum Connections: Social Studies, Science, Geography, Environmental Studies


Ancient Maya (Early Societies)

“All extremely positive reviews.” – (Lorne Park School, Miss.)

Join Loretta on an exciting journey to Central America. Learn about ancient Mayan peoples and their mysterious and fascinating history. Discover their advanced inventions and technology; importance of pyramids, rituals, religion, Gods, animals, astronomy and more. Compare similarities and differences with other ancient cultures and civilizations.

Great for Early Societies or and /or environmental science initiatives!


Grades 3 to 8
Curriculum Connections: Social Studies, Science, Geography, Environmental Studies


World Issues: Vanishing Cultures

“This was another fantastic and captivating presentation. The students seemed to hang on to every word.” (Glenview Park S.S., Cambridge)

Indigenous peoples of the world share common values, knowledge, struggles, spiritual traditions and a rich and vibrant history. Whether in the rainforests of South America, the outback of Australia, or the reserves of North America, they are united in preserving their land, environment, culture and vision for the future of all mankind.

Join us on a journey that begins 40,000 generations ago. Through powerful visuals and stories, we will examine the connections of our first peoples and how their survival will benefit all mankind.

This show promises to elevate one’s consciousness of the bond between humans and nature and the importance of ancient wisdom.


Grade 3-12 (Adapted )
Curriculum Connections: Social Justice, Cultural, World Issues, Environmental Studies


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Water Is Life

“Absolutely captivating!” – (Lincoln Alexander S.S., Miss.)

Water is sacred. It sustains our planet. It nourishes our bodies. It supports all life. As such, it is the one resource that we need to protect passionately.

This presentation will take students on a journey to learn about the “oneness” of water – as it relates to indigenous and cultural teachings, environment, history, religion and health. Students will leave this presentation with a renewed determination to protect and conserve water, for all mankind.


Grades 4 to 12 (Adapted)
Curriculum Connections: Science, Geography, History, Social Studies, Character Ed, Catholic Virtues


Native Lands / Sacred Places

Audiences will be taken around the world to visit sacred places of our diverse indigenous peoples.

They will learn about world views and values; protection of biodiversity and great ancestors.

They will leave this presentation with a greater understanding of how Indigenous efforts strength cultural diversity.

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Grades 4-12
Curriculum Connections: Environmental Studies, Geography, Science, History, Social Studies


“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about
things that matter.

– Martin Luther King Jr.

Did You Know?

The staple food of Amazon indigenous peoples is manioc, from which they make a coarse floor. Other important crops include sweet potatoes, plantain bananas, yams and corn.

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Did You Know?

On a single day in 1988, scientists recorded 6,000
man-made fires burning in the Amazon rainforest.

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