Richness of Words: A Journey into the Past

Grades 2/3

As we look, feel, smell and listen to the artifacts that we can find in Okotoks can we begin to understand the stories that they can tell us about the history of our community. Through using our senses are we able to make our own connections, viewpoints and opinions more important to ourselves and the people we know. As the grade 2 and 3 students explored the past, they made a movie of their findings.

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