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Virtual Harvest in Saskatchewan School 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.


Grade 3 | Grade 4


Moose Jaw | North Battleford | Saskatoon | Virtual | Yorkton


January 5, 2024 - June 26, 2024 | Virtual


History | Social Studies

Program Cost

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


Depending on Kits Used

Program Type

Virtual Program

Program Details

Agriculture has deep roots in Saskatchewan. It was the driving force behind settlement and immigration to the area that would become Saskatchewan. Agriculture continues to be important to our province. Not only do Saskatchewan people produce food for the world, they lead innovation into better crops and agricultural tools.

Through video and activities, students learn about soil preparation, seeding crops and harvesting them, and about how grains become the food we eat. Besides grain production, the program also includes resources on gardening and farm animals.

Program materials include a 30 minute Harvest in Saskatchewan video (with vocabulary list and student comprehension questions) plus seven kits of pre and post video activities. All content will be provided for teachers through a password protected website link to work through at their own classroom’s pace.

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! I feel that how content is delivered to students is crucial to keeping their interest and achieving success. I know that your resources will be engaging and give students a clear picture of what life was like in the early 1900s.
– Teacher, Greystone Heights School, 2021


Curriculum Connections

Grade 4 Social Studies IN4.2, RW4.1; RW4.2; RW4.3
Health Education USC4.1
Science RM4.3

Harvest in Saskatchewan Virtual Program – Curriculum Connections & Program Goals (PDF)

This program covers a wide range of Grade 3/4 Science and Social Studies outcomes. I would have been able to make better use of all of the materials that are included in the program if I had signed up earlier in the year. I will know this for next time! – Teacher, 2021


How to book or inquire

Registration for this program will be accepted from January 5 – May 24, 2024.

NOTE: As the WDM will need to create a unique login for your class to access the materials, there may be a delay of up to five business days while this request is being processed. You will be sent a separate email from WDM staff with this login information and instructions to access your material. You will have access to program materials until June 26, 2024.


Registration and Payment Options:

1. Register & Pay Online >>
Note: After you complete the registration form, you will be given a link to complete payment. Both steps are required.

2. Register & Request Invoice (Schools Only) >>


Virtual Programs – Cancellation & Refund Policy

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