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'Sustainable Societies: A Resource Game' Facilitated School Program

Recommended for Grades 3-6

Social Studies comes to life as students answer the question: how has geography and natural resources shaped where and how people live?

Can your students balance community growth and sustainability?  Through an interactive tour through the Human History Hall, students will understand the relationship between people and the land over time as they explore natural resource use from an Indigenous perspective, fur trade perspective and farming perspective. Using the historical understanding of these perspectives, students will work in teams to see how they can balance growth and sustainability in our Alberta themed simulation.

Important information about this program:

The facilitated portion of this program lasts approximately 1.5 hours, it will include an immersive activity with one of our educators. After it finishes, you will have an allotted time in one of our lunchrooms, then you are free to roam the galleries as long as you would like as your program includes admission to the museum.


Please plan your transportation accordingly.



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