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WDM Saskatoon
Pre-School / Pre-Kindergarten / Kindergarten

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


Giddy-Up and Whoa Program for Preschools

Saskatoon WDM Giddy Up and Whoa four legged volunteerGiddy-up and Whoa is a preschool program developed to teach children about horses, how important they are to us today and especially to people of long ago.  Children enjoy a horse and wagon ride, a tour of the WDM's barn and the opportunity to interact with a variety of farm animals. Information for the spring session will be sent to Preschools in late March. 

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A Christmas Long Ago

Santa and Mrs. Claus making cookiesA teacher-led program for kindergarten students which provides students the opportunity to learn some of the ways of the festive season during pioneer times.  The teacher is provided with a written storyline for the story session.  The story, as it is told to the children, will be accompanied by a series of slides and specific artifacts along with an explanation and directions.  As well, students may place some old-fashioned decorations on the tree and/or look at some old-fashioned gifts handled by the teacher.

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Festival of Trees School Visits

The WDM Saskatoon hosts annually the popular Christmas display Festival of Trees. Bring your students for a self-guided visit to see historical 1910 Boomtown brought to life in festive splendour. Add a special season sparkle by visiting the “Once Upon A Christmas” exhibit, an annual WDM display of fairy tales and holiday scenes presented in early, simple animatronics.

Find out how to register your class for a Festival of Trees Visit >>

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