Our Education Coordinator will connect virtually with your classroom to take you on a real time tour of our newly renovated galleries. Teachers can choose to simply tour the gallery or take advantage of our Lesson Plans and have a Read more →
Welcome to the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame Education Page. Before you get started take time to read all about the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame on our About Page. Also, take time to get familiar with the terms below:
People who have been nominated and selected to be the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame. There are three (3) types of inductees: Athletes, Builders and Teams
An individual who plays sports
This term refers to coaches, officials, administrators, a patron, a media person (journalist/broadcaster) and sports medicine.
A group of people who play the same sport.
Listed below are links to grade specific Online Lesson Plans based on specific outcomes and indicators from the current Saskatchewan Curriculum.
At this time all outreach programming will be done virtually. Our Education Coordinator remains available to give a virtual presentation on your choice of several prepared topics or one formulated to suit your area of study. There is no cost Read more →
Take advantage of our prepared lesson plans and supplementary documents. These are meant as guides and teachers are welcome to modify to suit their classrooms. Teachers please click on the links below to access the lesson plan.
All educators can take advantage of several different activities to keep the child engaged and learning more about sport and its history in Saskatchewan. Teachers can click on the links below to access the extra activities.
Join the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame’s Education Coordinator Vickie Krauss as she does a series of experiments to highlight our new STEM Gallery sponsored by SaskTel and the connection between Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) and sports.
When Never Give Up debuted in 2011, the program targeted students in Grades 3-5 in support of the Saskatchewan Social Studies curriculum based on the objectives of community, our province, and heroes. The program sought to answer the question: what Read more →