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WDM North Battleford - 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.

Grade(s): K - 6

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Load of Nonsense

WDM Load of Nonsense Program in progressOverview: The program is 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.
 
Grades: Grade 3 - 8

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Museum Days

North Battleford WDM Discovery Room program in progressThese are busy days at the Museum! Students get hands-on with Museum artifacts to learn about Saskatchewan's past. Make (and taste!) butter and ice cream, twist twine into rope, make crafts, listen to stories, explore our 1920s village, watch farming demonstrations, visit a petting zoo, sit in real 1920s school desks, learn about gardening, and more.

Grade(s): K - 7

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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.

Grade(s): Grade 5 Social Studies (also Grade 4)
Date(s): February-March

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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.

Grade(s): Grade 5 Science
Date(s):
February-March

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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(s): Grade 5 Social Studies and English Language Arts
Date(s):
February-March

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