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Wheels and Runners

Black and white photo of men with bicycles - an example of human-powered transportation

Wheels & Runners is a two-hour teacher-led education program based on the theme: transportation has played important roles in the development of Saskatchewan communities. Students will interact with transportation related artifacts, make a take-home craft, and tour the Museum.

Grades

Grade 2 | Grade 3

Locations

Moose Jaw | North Battleford

Subjects

ELA | Social Studies

Program Cost

$3 per student

Length

2 hours

Program Type

Teacher Led Program led by a teacher, with guidance from Museum staff.

Curriculum Connections

Grade 2 Social Studies DR2.1; DR2.2; DR2.3 and English Language Arts CR2.1
Grade 3 Social Studies IN3.1; DR3.1RW3.1RW3.3

How to book or inquire

Moose Jaw

Contact WDM Moose Jaw at 1-306-693-5989 or moosejaw.ed@wdm.ca.

 

North Battleford

WDM North Battleford – Wheels and Runners – Application Form (PDF)

 

Museum Manners & Program Rules

Museum Manners are rules intended to keep students and our artifacts safe and ensure a good experience for all visitors. Please make sure your chaperones and students are aware of and ready to follow them. NOTE: Specific Museums and programs may have additional rules. Please check with Museum staff when... Read More


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