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Harvest in Saskatchewan – Virtual Program

Learn about the whole process of agriculture; from soil preparations to seeding the crops and harvesting them, to grains becoming the food we eat.

Grades

Grade 3 | Grade 4

Locations

Moose Jaw | North Battleford | Saskatoon | Virtual | Yorkton

Date

October 8, 2021 - June 24, 2022 | Virtual

Subjects

History | Social Studies

Program Cost

School Classrooms: $130/class
Home School Groups: $25/household

Length

Depending on Kits Used

Program Type

Virtual Program

Program Details

Agriculture is a huge part of Saskatchewan history. Through video and activities, students will learn about the whole process of agriculture; from soil preparations to seeding the crops and harvesting them, to grains becoming the food we eat. They can also learn about small and large farming practices, including the importance of gardening and having farm animals.

Program materials include a 30 minute Harvest in Saskatchewan video (with vocabulary list and student comprehension questions) plus 7 kits of pre and post video activities.

Harvest in Saskatchewan – Virtual Program Details (PDF)

 

AMAZING, AMAZING, AMAZING resources! Thank you so much for your hard work and offering these resources in such an organized manner!
– Teacher, Greystone Heights School, 2021

 

Curriculum Connections

Grade 4 Social Studies IN4.2, RW4.1; RW4.2
Grade 3 Social Studies IN3.3; Science PL3.1, PL3.2

 

How to book or inquire

Applications for this virtual program will be accepted from October 8, 2021 to May 27, 2022.

 

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Once you complete your registration, you will receive a confirmation email within three business days with information on how to access the virtual program materials. You will have access to these materials until June 24, 2022.

If you have questions please email Kristine at kflynn@wdm.ca.

 

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