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Museum Days

Students sit in a circle around a sheep shearing demonstration in front of a big red barn

Students learn by doing as they try their hand at old-fashioned skills, make crafts and meet Museum volunteers who show them their special skills.

Grades

Grade 1 | Grade 2 | Grade 3 | Grade 4 | Grade 5 | Grade 6 | Grade 7 | Kindergarten

Locations

North Battleford

Date

June 6, 2019 - June 7, 2019 | North Battleford

Subjects

Arts Education | Science | Social Studies

Program Cost

$4.00 per student

Length

2-4 hours

Program Type

Museum Led Program led by Museum staff or volunteers.

Description

Get hands-on with Saskatchewan history and Museum artifacts. Hop aboard your favorite vintage vehicle for a ride through time! Make (and taste!) butter and ice cream, twist twine into rope, make crafts, listen to stories, explore our 1920s village, watch farming demonstrations, visit a petting zoo, sit in real 1920s school desks, learn about gardening, and more.

There’s lots of room to roam and buildings to explore outside in the Museum’s 1920s village. Skilled volunteers bring many of the buildings to life, including the blacksmith shop and the schoolhouse. Don’t miss the sights and smells of the farmhouse kitchen where we’re cooking up tasty treats in a wood-fired oven.

NOTE: This program includes lunch options for an additional cost.

WDM North Battleford – Museum Days 2019 – Information Package (PDF)

 

Curriculum Connections

Kindergarten Arts Education CHK.1Social Studies INK.1; RWK.1 
Grade 1 Social Studies DR1.1; DR1.3; RW1.1; RW1.2 
Grade 2 Social Studies IN2.2; DR2.1; DR2.2; RW 2.1Science LS2.1
Grade 3 Social Studies IN3.1; IN3.2; DR3.2; RW3.1; RW3.2; RW3.3
Grade 4 Social Studies IN4.2; IN4.3; DR4.1; RW4.1; RW4.2
Grade 5 Social Studies DR5.1; DR5.3Science MC5.1; MC 5.2; FM5; FM5.3
Grade 6 Social Studies
Grade 7 Social Studies

How to book or inquire

WDM North Battleford – Museum Days  – Application Form (PDF)

Museum Manners & Program Rules

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