Natural Resources: Saskatchewan Treasures
Students will discover that Saskatchewan is rich in resources, both in quantity and quality.
Moose Jaw | North Battleford | Saskatoon | Yorkton
Science | Social Studies
$3 per student
Teacher Led Program led by a teacher, with guidance from Museum staff.
Students will discover that Saskatchewan is rich in natural resources, both in quantity and quality. This program deals with both non-renewable and renewable resources. The in-museum Discovery Box contains a host of resource samples and photos as well as a map of where resources are mined. In-classroom lesson plans discuss uses for resources, the difference between renewable and non-renewable resources, resource conservation, and sources of renewable energy.
In-Museum Natural Resources Discovery Box Program
This teacher-led Discovery Box contains samples of potash, lumber, sodium sulphate, and other Saskatchewan resources as well as a map of where they come from.
In-Classroom Lesson Plans and Resources
Three complete in-classroom lesson plans (with material lists, Saskatchewan ‘Fast Facts’, and additional resources) available FREE in school libraries as part of the Saskatchewan 1905-2005 Guide for Teachers resources book and online.
Themes: Resources, Saskatchewan Contributions, Renewable Energy
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