Connections to the Peoples

History Centre Program

We are thrilled to announce that each class attending one of our History Centre programs during the 2019/2020 school year will receive a discount of $105.93! Thank you to our sponsors at the Edmonton & District Historical Society, the Phyllis Arnold Learning Fund, and at Nutrien! For more details, please contact the Programs Coordinator at museumprograms@fortsask.ca.

Registration for our 2019/2020 school year History Centre programs is now open! If you have questions about registration, please email museumprograms@fortsask.ca or call 780-992-6635.

Connections to the Peoples is a one-day, three session, Grade 4 program that examines the lifestyles of the earliest peoples working and residing in what eventually became known as Alberta.

Everything You Need To Know

See the History Centre Programs Overview for instructions to best prepare your class for any History Centre program.

Topics Covered in this Program

Connections to Curriculum

General Outcome 4.2: The Stories, Histories and Peoples of Alberta
To understand and appreciate the role of stories, history and culture in strengthening communities and contributing to identity and a sense of belonging.

General Outcome 4.3: Alberta: Celebrations and Challenges
To understand and appreciate how Alberta has grown and changed culturally, economically and socially since 1905.

For a detailed list of the Specific Outcomes & Skills and Processes that are taught in the Grade 4 program, please contact the Fort Heritage Precinct Programs Coordinator – museumprograms@fortsask.ca or 780-992-6635.

"Our field trip was very well organized and full of interesting activities. Our presenters were prepared for our arrival and showed interest in the activities that they were leading. I would have no hesitation in recommending this field trip to colleagues. It was a very informative and interesting day."