NOTE: The WDM has made the difficult decision to cancel all school programs for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year due to the Covid-19 virus. If schools are back in session during this school year, we may be open for general visits and scavenger hunts but will not be offering specific programming.
Check out our in-classroom resources below or visit our At Home Activities page.
Congratulations to everyone who participated in Saskatchewan’s first ever Virtual Heritage Fair presented by Heritage Saskatchewan. There were so many creative and fascinating projects from students around the province. Thanks for bringing history to life! Click here for a list of the award winners.
A treasure of Saskatchewan history awaits the over 20,000 students who visit a WDM annually as part of a school field trip. There’s no better way to teach Saskatchewan students than to use programs and resources with Saskatchewan inspired connections, links and examples.
H is for Home: A Saskatchewan Alphabet, read by author and illustrator Amber Antymniuk. Includes pre and post-reading questions for discussion and activities.Read More
Students will learn about Saskatchewan's participation in the world wars, our contributions, and about life on the homefront.Read More
Students will learn about early co-operation in Saskatchewan, what an organized co-operative is, and what co-operative action means. Particular attention will be paid to the co-operative movement in Saskatchewan.Read More
Looking for information to enhance learning? Check out these great resources from organizations around Saskatchewan and beyond. Access information and primary resources on various topics such as history, agriculture and the environment.Read More
Students will discover that Saskatchewan is rich in resources, both in quantity and quality.Read More
Students will explore what farm life was like before the rural electrification program brought power to Saskatchewan's farms in the 1950s. The effects of electricity on the lives of farm families and surrounding communities will be considered through stories and writing assignments.Read More
We've created and collected agriculture related pre and post Museum visit resources and activities for you and your students to do in your classroom.Read More
During the First and Second World Wars, Canadians were asked to make do with less to allow more resources to be sent to troops overseas. During the Second World War, to make sure no one used too much of certain foods, people were issued food ration books. This activity sheet explains ration books, how they were used, and gives a recipe for chocolate cake that could be made within the ration limits. This resource is available in English and French below.Read More