WDM Virtual Camp 3 Love this Land
What makes Saskatchewan special? Join in a rap song about Saskatchewan lakes, explore your ideal cross-province road trip, and discover recipes using local ingredients.
Activity #1: Welcome!
If this is your first week of WDM Virtual Camp, come meet everyone! Let the WDM and other campers know where you’re from by posting a hello and a photo to our Welcome Kudoboard.
Caregiver note: This is not a private board. Please make sure your children do not post anything you are uncomfortable with them sharing. Photo release link.
Day 1: All Around Saskatchewan
Start your day with a story time video of A Prairie Alphabet. Then, sing along with a rap song all about Saskatchewan Lakes and watch a video about roadside attractions all around our province.
Day 2: From the Earth
Colour Saskatchewan’s provincial flower, the Western Red Lily, learn how to gather and press real flowers, and test your gardening smarts with a matching game.
Day 3: Animals of Saskatchewan
Do you know what Saskatchewan’s provincial animal is? Learn about a bunch of animals that call our province home. Plus, watch a beautiful story time video from local author and illustrator Amber Antymniuk.
Day 4: Made in Saskatchewan
Learn about what’s growing all around us in the Saskatchewan fields, make a popsicle stick scarecrow, test your brain with some trivia and word puzzles, and be inspired by some field to table recipes.
Day 5: Hard to Spell, Easy to Draw – Home Sweet Home
Hear a story about Gordie Howe, make ink from berries, and design your own dream Saskatchewan road trip.
WDM Virtual Camps Videos – Covid-19 Disclaimer
Videos featured in the WDM Virtual Summer Camps, or parts of them, may have been recorded before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. All videos recorded after March 11 were filmed following physical distancing and other protocols recommended by the Saskatchewan Health Authority. Videos may feature members of the same household who were not required to adhere to these guidelines. Our priority during filming was the safety of all participants.