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Christmas 1910

Older woman at the head of a table shows students a homemade Christmas card craft

Students will learn about 1910 settler Christmas traditions through an imaginary shopping trip, a craft, and a tour of a special Christmas exhibit.


Grade 3




December 2, 2019 - December 13, 2019 | Saskatoon


Arts Education | Social Studies

Program Cost

$4 per student


2 hours

Program Type

Museum Led Program led by Museum staff or volunteers.


During this program, students learn about settler life and Christmas traditions in the early part of the 20th century.

Students take part in 3 activities:

  1. Imaginary shopping trip in Boomtown, learning about the types of gifts given during the holiday season and how much they cost.
  2. Make a holiday card using materials found in a 1910 home.
  3. Tour the Eaton’s Once Upon a Christmas display identifying how it is old fashioned and different than what you would see today

The program is open to GRADE 3 STUDENTS ONLY. Because limited space and resources cannot allow us to accommodate all interested Grade 3 students, we definitely cannot allow grades two or four students to participate.


Curriculum Connections

Grade 3 Social Studies IN3.1; IN3.2; IN3.3, Math N3.1N3.2, Arts Education CP3.8


How to book or inquire

Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools 2019 Program Information (pdf)

Saskatoon Public Schools 2019 Program Information (pdf)

Christmas 1910 Application Form (pdf)


Museum Manners & Program Rules

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BONUS: WDM Aunt Mary’s Sugar Cookie Recipe (PDF)
Nearly 2,000 cookies are baked every year by Museum volunteers so that students in this program can enjoy a home-baked cookie and juice.


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