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Giddy Up and Whoa – It’s on a Horse and Wagon Ride We Go!

Young girl feeds a small black mini horse oats from her outstretched hands through the fence. Other horses are in the background.

Learn about horses, how important they are to us today and especially to people a long time ago. Students will take a wagon ride, visit animals in the barn and tour the Museum.

Grades

PreK

Locations

North Battleford

Date

May 3, 2019 - | North Battleford

Subjects

Program Cost

$3 per student + minimum $50 charge for wagon ride

Length

2 hours

Program Type

Museum Led Program led by Museum staff or volunteers.

Description

Horses played a big part in the making of our province. Settlers depended on their horse or horses for travel, power in the fields, for fun and for carrying goods to market. Without horses, our province would not have grown as quickly into what it is today. These animals are a valuable part of our history – and a valuable asset in telling our story at the Western Development Museum – North Battelford.

We’ve developed this program at a preschool level so students will learn about horses, how important they are to us today and especially how important they were to the people of long ago. Students will take a wagon ride, visit animals in our big red barn and tour Museum exhibits.

Swishing his tail and pointing his nose,
Over the hill the horsie goes;
Pulling the wagon with us inside-
Oh how happy we are for the ride.

 

Curriculum Connections

None

How to book or inquire

Giddy Up and Whoa Application Form (PDF)

Or contact the WDM North Battleford Education Department at 1-306-445-8033 or nbattleford.ed@wdm.ca.

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