For Students

General Resources
  • Tourism Saskatchewan - This site has a lot of useful
    information for teachers and students who are researching Saskatchewan. There is also a Kids Corner page that has some colouring sheets.
  • Northern Saskatchewan Heritage Site: Features information on all aspects of living in the north - including links to several northern communities.
  • A List of Songs: Made by students throughout Northern Saskatchewan with Don Freed - you can listen to the songs and write your own about Saskatchewan as well.
  • Saskatchewan Heritage Online: An interactive web site exploring the fascinating world of Saskatchewan archaeology.
  • Virtual Saskatchewan: An online magazine about Saskatchewan.
  • Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre: Our Elders - This site is home to numerous interviews with elders regarding their life experiences.
  • Saskatchewan First Nations Heritage Site - The Saskatchewan First Nations Heritage Site is designed to serve as a resource for compiling and sharing information related to the language, culture, arts, history, and current affairs of the Dene, Woodland Cree, Swampy Cree, Plains Cree, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota. It has been established to assist First Nations people, educators, students, government agencies, and the general public in gaining access to information pertaining to Saskatchewan First Nations.
  • First Nations Bands of Saskatchewan - A great site for any study involving treaties
  • Digital Saskatchewan - An online photo gallery of Saskatchewan images.
  • The Virtual Keeping House: First Nations Gallery - View artifacts online
  • Western Development Museum: The Saskatchewan Western Development Museum (WDM) is the museum of social and economic history for the Province of Saskatchewan. It is a network of four exhibit branches in the cities of Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Saskatoon and Yorkton, with a headquarters facility, the Curatorial Centre, also in Saskatoon.
  • Batoche - Batoche displays the remains of the village of Batoche on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River. It was the last battlefield in the Northwest Rebellion of 1885.
  • Fort Battleford - Fort Battleford showcases the role of the North West Mounted Police in the Canadian West. The fort was established in 1876 and abandoned in 1924.
  • Fort Walsh - This former North West Mounted Police/Royal Canadian Mounted Police post (circa 1878-83) was later used (1942-68) to breed horses for the force and the Musical Ride.
  • Motherwell Homestead-Motherwell Homestead depicts the lifestyles, costumes, and architecture of the early 20th century.
  • Wanuskewin Heritage Park - Wanuskewin's mission is to operate, on a sustainable basis, a world recognized Heritage Park under the leadership and guidance of First Nations people that contributes to increasing public awareness, understanding and appreciation of the cultural legacy of the Northern Plains First Nations people.
  • Saskatchewan GenWeb - A huge amount of resources on various topics
  • Historica - Canada has a distinct and identifiable national character that is in large part the result of its unique history. Historica’s role is to engage our young people in the fascinating stories that make our country unique. Thus armed, they will be better equipped to achieve their potential as citizens well-qualified to guide Canada’s future.
Grade 1
  • Types of Families - Around the world, families take many different forms and serve different functions. Common functions of the family are to provide emotional support for family members and to nurture children to adulthood.
Grade 2
Grade 3
  • Genealogy - A lesson for 3rd and 4th Graders
  • Narratives of Saskatoon - These narratives were either sent in to the University and the Historical Association or were prepared directly under the inspiration of the Association in the course of its efforts to preserve the early history of the settlement and of the City.
  • Historical Saskatoon - An interactive tour of historical Saskatoon and teacher resources for teaching about Saskatoon. Many activities can be adapted for other communities.
Grade 4
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Grade 6

Grade 7
Grade 8