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WDM Yorkton - Grade 6


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

ABCs of Toys

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

Grades: Grade 6 Social Studies (Also Grades K-5)
Dates: Please contact the Yorkton WDM for specific program dates.
Program Cost: $3.00 / student

 

 

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Christmas Program - Celebrate Christmas Past

Sock, onion, mustard powder, garlic, photo of iron lung, mortar and pestleStudents from preschool to grade six will delight in the magic of Christmas as they explore a scavenger hunt, make a Christmas craft, hop on a wagon ride, and enjoy a snack. 

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Load of Nonsense

Overview: 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 6 Social Studies (Also Grades 3-8)
Dates: Please contact the Yorkton WDM for specific program dates.
Program Cost:
$3.00 / student
Length: 1 hour

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Saskatchewan Wartime Contributions
Saskatchewan 1905-2005 Guide For Teachers

Items from the Wartime Discovery Box - a hand knit sock, beaded poppy, ration coupon book, Victory Bond ad, bag of wheatOverview: Students will learn about Saskatchewan's participation in the world wars, our contributions, and about life on the homefront. The in-museum Discovery Box program focuses on the homefront and the effects of war on the people of Saskatchewan. FREE in-classroom lesson plans discuss how young people helped war efforts and the experience of Aboriginal people during and after the First World War. 

Grades: Grade 7 Social Studies (Also Grades 7, 8)

Dates:
Please contact the Yorkton WDM for specific program dates.


Learn more about the Saskatchewan Wartime Contributions program and resources >>

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