Sierra Morena Circle SW, Calgary AB, T3H 2W2, Canada |

Grade 5 / Topic: Wetland Ecosystems

Students learn about wetland ecosystems by watching the movies “ECOSYSTEMS” and “HABITAT EARTH” and learn more about adaptation and that change in habitats affects the organisms living. The 45 minutes program includes a science talk and question/answer period. This program can be extend based on the school/Teacher requirement.


Ewww, a maggot. But it’s only a decomposer! Students love to be “grossed out” and at the same time they will learn about the many important roles of living and non-living factors in an ecosystem. A unique educational tool including technical terminology such as abiotic, consumer, community, omnivore, food web and many more – from the types of ecosystems to the roles of plants and animals and how it all interrelates.

Complete with integrated reviews and on-screen quiz.

RUNNING TIME: 17:00 min
SUBJECTS COVERED: Abiotic, Consumer, Community, Omnivore, Food Web and many more.


Habitat Earth plunges below the ocean’s surface to explore the dynamic relationships found in deep ocean ecosystems. Digs beneath the forest floor to discover how Earth’s tallest trees rely on tiny fungi to survive. Soars to new heights to witness the intricate intersection between human and ecological networks. Habitat Earth features stunning visualizations of both biological and human-built networks. Join us on this immersive journey through the interconnectedness of life on Earth.

RUNNING TIME: 24:20 minutes
SUBJECTS COVERED: Adaptation, Biodiversity and Humans, Change in Habitats Affects the Organisms Living There.