Watch our volunteers demonstrate how technology has changed harvest time on a grain farm, from hand-tools to today's modern farming equipment.
September 18, 2018 - September 20, 2018 | Saskatoon
$4.00 per student
Museum Led Program led by Museum staff or volunteers.
Approximately 3000 Grade 4 students attend the annual Harvest Demonstration at the Saskatoon WDM. It recreates harvests of years gone by to give students a glimpse into the sights and sounds of harvests of the past. Our goals are to enhance and deepen classroom learnings related to the Saskatchewan Curriculum Grade 4 Social Studies outcomes which focus on the importance of agriculture to the economy and culture of Saskatchewan.
Nearly 100,000 Grade 4 students from all around Saskatchewan have attended the program since it began in 1975. WDM volunteers and staff have worked tirelessly every fall to ensure the Museum can continue to share this important part of Saskatchewan history
Harvest Demonstration Information – Saskatoon Public School Teachers 2018
Harvest Demonstration Information – Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Teachers 2018
Harvest Demonstration Information – Independent and Other School Divisions 2018
How to book or inquire
Harvest Demonstration Information – Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Teachers – Application Form 2018
Harvest Demonstration Information – Independent and Other School Divisions 2018 – Application Form 2018
Museum Manners & Program Rules
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