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Lesson Plans: Saskatchewan Natural Resources

Picture of potash mine and signs about the process of mining this natural resource in Saskatchewan

Students will discover that Saskatchewan is rich in resources, both in quantity and quality.

Grades

Grade 4

Locations

Moose Jaw | North Battleford | Saskatoon | Yorkton

Subjects

Science | Social Studies

Program Type

In Classroom Resource

Description

Students will discover that Saskatchewan is rich in natural resources, both in quantity and quality. These lesson plans deal with both non-renewable and renewable resources. In-classroom lesson plans discuss uses for resources, the difference between renewable and non-renewable resources, resource conservation, and sources of renewable energy. They include material lists, Saskatchewan ‘Fast Facts,’ and links to additional resources.

These Lesson Plans may be done on their own or as a complement to an in-Museum Saskatchewan Natural Resources Discovery Box program.

Download Natural Resources: Saskatchewan Treasures Lesson Plans in English (PDF).

Curriculum Connections

Grade 4: Social Studies RW4.3 and Science RM4.1; RM4.2

Themes: Resources, Saskatchewan Contributions, Renewable Energy

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Resources

Saskatchewan’s Uranium Bonanza by Janet Mackenzie, WDM (PDF)

Saskatchewan’s Long History of Mining by Janet Mackenzie, WDM (PDF)

Saskatchewan’s Clay Resources by Janet Mackenzie, WDM (PDF)

Sand, Gravel and Stone by Janet Mackenzie, WDM (PDF)

Peat Production in Saskatchewan by Janet Mackenzie, WDM (PDF)

Nourishing the Crops of the World – Saskatchewan’s Potash Industry by Janet Mackenzie, WDM (PDF)

Noble Quest – The Search for Gold in Saskatchewan by Janet Mackenzie , WDM (PDF)

Logging in Saskatchewan by Janet Mackenzie, WDM (PDF)

Diamond Drills and Saskatchewan Thrills by Janet Mackenzie, WDM (PDF)


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