Grade 4


Water Workshops

Water Workshops

Swift Current Creek Watershed Stewards

Froghoppers water workshops teach students aged 8 ? 14 why the creek is important by examining the: geography of the Swift Current Creek, Riparian Zones, Animal, Fish & Water Bug Habitat, Nitrate & pH in the water. These workshops...

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Meewasin Valley Interpretive Centre Website

Meewasin Valley Interpretive Centre Website

Meewasin Valley Interpretive Centre

The Meewasin Valley Interpretive Centre and Beaver Creek Conservation Area?are pleased to offer a variety of interesting programs to groups upon request, including children's programs, presentations, heritage walking tours and...

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Beaver Creek Trails

Beaver Creek Trails

Meewasin Valley Authority

Signage and maps are posted at Beaver Creek to help you find your way through the site; from the highway, through the parking lot, to our facilities and on to the trails. In the Interpretive Centre, plan your walk using the site map printed out...

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Storytelling From the Land

Storytelling From the Land

The Prairie Learning Centre

Together with Lyndon Tootoosis, a First Nations Storyteller, students will explore the story of the prairie landscape. Hike across the native prairie landscape to discover ancient tipi rings and other evidence of the first people on...

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The Prairie Learning Centre Website

The Prairie Learning Centre Website

The Prairie Learning Centre

The Prairie Learning Centre promotes excellence in education for youth and teachers across Canada by engaging individuals and communities within the mixed grass prairie landscape. The Prairie Learning Centre provides innovative...

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Talking Trash

Talking Trash

National Energy Education Development Project
Conservation, Energy, Waste, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4

Students explore the relationship between trash and energy by constructing and presenting exhibits on different aspects of trash such as reducing, recycling, landfilling, and incineration.

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Primary Energy Infobooks

Primary Energy Infobooks

National Energy Education Development Project
Conservation, Energy, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4

A comprehensive classroom resource containing fact sheets with basic information that introduces students to energy and describes energy sources, electricity, consumption, and conservation. This guide also includes teacher...

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Saskatchewan Prairie Conservation Action Plan Website

Saskatchewan Prairie Conservation Action Plan Website

Saskatchewan Prairie Conservation Action Plan

The Saskatchewan Prairie Conservation Action Plan (SK PCAP) Partnership brings together 30 agencies and organizations representing producers, industry, provincial & federal governments, environmental non-government...

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101 Ways to Save the Earth

101 Ways to Save the Earth

by Sandi Valentine for Together We Can Change the World

Can you help to save the world? Yes, you can! You can save energy, protect wildlife, join in and help clean up the water and the air. Conservationist David Bellamy and the Friendly Whale show you how, with clear explanations and exciting...

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Nature is Speaking

Nature is Speaking

Conservation International

Nature doesn’t need people. People need nature. That’s the message of our provocative, celebrity-studded campaign “Nature Is Speaking”. Our aim is to raise awareness that people need nature in order to...

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Native Prairie Plants

Native Prairie Plants

Canadian Wildlife Foundation
Plants, Grade 1, Grade 4

These are some native prairie plant information cards that provide basic information.

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Planet Earth

Planet Earth

BBC Video

The makers of The Blue Planet present the epic story of life on Earth. Narrated by David Attenborough, Five years in production, over 2000 days in the field, using 40 cameramen filming across 200 locations, this is the ultimate portrait of...

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Bigfoot Snowshoe Loan

Bigfoot Snowshoe Loan

Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation

Snowshoes are available to SWF branches, schools and youth organizations in Saskatchewan on a first come basis. Booking organizations are responsible for all transportation costs to and from SWF Central Office in Moose Jaw. There is a...

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Wildlife Posters

Wildlife Posters

Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation

Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation, with the help of generous sponsors, has developed and produced a Saskatchewan wildlife poster for each of the last 11 years. Each posters serves as an excellent  resourcefeaturing a variety of...

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Marsh Monsters

Marsh Monsters

Saskatchewan Science Centre

Learn about the tiny creatures that make up the amazing diversity of life in a wetland. Students will take samples of water collected from Wascana Marsh and investigate both the living and non-living properties that they find.

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Life in a Bottle

Life in a Bottle

Saskatchewan Science Centre

Create your own ecosystem! Learn about the complex relationship between the living and non-living components of a habitat as you create your own terrarium. Students will also explore traditional world views on the interdependence of...

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Habitat: Earth Workshop

Habitat: Earth Workshop

Saskatchewan Science Centre

Our climate is changing and the habitat we call earth is being affected. Explore the earth as a habitat by investigating the biomes of plants, animals and insects.

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Uranium and Nuclear Information

Uranium and Nuclear Information

Saskatchewan Environmental Society
Conservation, Energy, Geology, Waste, Water, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Earth Science 30, Physics 30

The Saskatchewan Environmental Society provides information on various Saskatchewan issues from an environmental perspective such as nuclear power, climate change, biodiversity, water, fossil fuels, uranium mining and nuclear...

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