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WDM Moose Jaw - Grade 5


Please note that these programs are only available
by pre-registering and space is limited.

 

ABC Box

ABC Box in progressA scripted teacher led program featuring hands-on interaction with an artifact for every letter of the alphabet.

Grades: Kindergarten Social Studies INK.2
(Also Grades 1-6)

Dates: Offered year round
Cost: $3 per student
Length: 1.5 hours

Please contact the WDM Moose Jaw to book.

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Hold Onto Your Hat: Weather in Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan 1905-2005 Guide For Teachers

Overview: Students will learn about our four seasons, the challenges they have presented, and how we have adapted to and harnessed the forces of nature. Through an in-museum Discovery Box and in-classroom lesson plans, they will also learn about weather lore or the past and investigate its validity as it pertains to predicting the weather.

Grades: Grade 5 Science
Dates:
Please contact the Moose Jaw WDM for specific program dates.

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Museum Learning Day

Moose Jaw WDM program in progressStudents learn by doing as they try their hand at old-fashioned skills, make crafts and meet Museum volunteers who show them their special skills.

Grades:
Grade 5 Social Studies DR5.2
Science WE5.1; WE5.2, WE5.3; MC5.1; MC5.2
NOTE: Activities may vary from year to year, which means that some curriculum connections may change.
(Also Grades K-6)

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A Place to Call Home - Immigration to SK
Saskatchewan 1905-2005 Guide For Teachers

Chart with photos and vocabulary words relating to 5 child immigrants to SaskatchewanOverview: Students will learn about immigration and relocation Saskatchewan from the perspectives of children representing different time periods and cultures. Through in-classroom lesson plans, students will investigate the ethnic origins of people in their community as well as the emotional aspects of immigrating to a new country, both positive and negative. In the in-museum Discovery Box program, students will learn about the journeys of fictional immigrants and the special possessions they brought with them to Saskatchewan.

Grades: Grade 5 Social Studies (also Grade 4)
Dates: Please contact the Moose Jaw WDM for specific program dates.

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Seneca Roots and Saskatoons: Traditional Plant Use
Saskatchewan 1905-2005 Guide For Teachers

Overview:  Students will learn about the many ways First Nations have traditionally used plants used plants for food and medicines, in ceremonies, to construct useful objects and in artist expression.

Grade: Grade 5 Social Studies and English Language Arts

Dates:
Please contact the Moose Jaw WDM for specific program dates.

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Load of Nonsense

A teacher-led artifact game of truth or lie with an immigration theme. Load Of Nonsense places students in the role of early settlers, who work together as immigrants on a journey to reach Saskatchewan. Will your students know which card states the true use of the mystery artifact?

Grades: Grade 3 Social Studies IN3.1; DR3.1 (Also Grades 4-8)
Length: 1 hour
Dates: Offered year round.
Program Cost:
$3.00 / student

Please contact the Moose Jaw WDM to book.

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