FIVE STORIES OF CANMORE AND COMMUNITY
$5.00 Per Student Before Taxes
Explore the stories of five people who have shaped our community and exemplified good citizenship through hands-on artifacts, interactive activities and role-playing games.
This program looks at citizenship and what makes good, responsible citizens. The program focusses on the characteristics that made five people from Canmore and the Bow Valley great citizens: hard work, courage, dedication, compassion, honesty and more.
The program addresses the following curriculum objectives:
- Social Studies K.2.2 Students will value and respect significant people in their lives and appreciate the important contributions of individuals at home, at school, and in the community.
- Social Studies K.S.2 Students will develop skills of historical thinking.
- Social Studies 1.2.2 Students will analyze how their families and communities in the present are influence by events or people of the past.
Location: Canmore Museum
Length: 60 minutes
Cost: $5.00 per student; minimum 12 students and maximum of 35 students. Teachers (minimum of 1 teacher required) and adult chaperones (maximum of 5) are free. Maximum of 40 program participants.