Saskatchewan Agriculture – Contributions, Challenges, and Opportunities
Students will explore Saskatchewan contributions to agriculture between 1905 and 2005.
High School 10-20-30
Moose Jaw | North Battleford | Saskatoon | Yorkton
$3 per student
Teacher Led Program led by a teacher, with guidance from Museum staff.
Students will explore Saskatchewan contributions to agriculture between 1905 and 2005. Students will gain an appreciation for the complexity of the issues facing the industry and the ways that Saskatchewan innovation has and continues to overcome these challenges. Both the in-museum Discovery Box and the in-classroom lesson plans aim to give students an appreciation for the complexity of the agricultural industry.
In-Museum Saskatchewan Agriculture Discovery Box Program
This teacher-led Discovery Box contains items representing Saskatchewan’s innovative and diverse agriculture sector, including canola, peas, lentils, saskatoon berries, photos, models, and more.
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.
Grade: Biology 20 Unit 4
Themes: Agriculture, Saskatchewan Contributions, Technology
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