At Home Activities

Looking for fun activities to do at home?

Check out these great colouring sheets of some of the City's most iconic landmarks, all part of our 114 Stories X 114 Storeys photo exhibit in special collaboration with the Toronto Public Library. Just download, print, colour and share them with us!

114 Stories X 114 Storeys
CN Tower
Canadian National Exhibition
Fort York
Kensington Market
Ontario Place
Prince Edward Viaduct
Royal York Hotel
Toronto Islands
Union Station
Yonge Street

Each year the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers join us for March Break, and bring with them awesome activities. We're sharing with you some of our favourites, that you can do at home. We hope you enjoy them.

Marble Maze:
1…2…3…Go! Have lots of fun with your family and friends with our marble maze. Use trial and error and your problem-solving skills to control how fast or slow your marble travels on its way to the finish line!

Marble Maze

Source - First Lego League Tutorials

Paper Columns:

A Triangle, a Square or a Circle? Which one is stronger? We’ll test the strength of a piece of paper by folding it into different shaped columns and balancing objects on top.

Paper column challenge

Source - Creekside Learning

Balloon Rocket:
Test out how forces, mass and motion are connected. Make your very own rocket using string, a straw, tape and a balloon and watch it fly! 

Balloon rocket activity

Source - Discover Learn Explore

Build a Hurricane-Resistant Tower:
Use everyday materials to build a tower that can hold up a tennis ball while resisting the force of wind from a fan. (If you want a real challenge, add a spray bottle to represent rain!) Make it a contest – who can build the tallest, strongest tower!

Hurricane-resistant tower activity

Source - EGFI

Building challenge

We want to see your Towers. Using materials you have around the house, build your own
CN Tower. Here are some of ours.

CN Tower made of books CN Tower made of wooden blocks