View all Educational Programs

The Wonderful World of Woolly the Sheep Travelling Edukit

The Wonderful World of Woolly the Sheep Travelling Edukit

Through stories, games, and fun activities, primary students learn all about The Wonderful World of Woolly the Sheep. Specifically, this travelling edukit teaches students from Kindergarten to Grade 2 all about sheep and wool and how they relate to humans.

Students learn about:

  • characteristics and needs of sheep
  • ways sheep communicate with each other
  • duties of the shepherd, the herding dog, and guard animals
  • predators that threaten sheep
  • products that come from sheep and wool
  • properties of wool and other fibres
  • the felting properties of wool

This interactive bilingual edukit developed by the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum is a wonderful way to introduce primary students to the world of sheep and wool. The kit includes a teacher’s manual with extensive background material and lesson plans. It also includes all the necessary books, DVDs, pictures, posters, games, samples, and props. See more details about this edukit.

Curriculum Links:

ONTARIO 
Kindergarten           Science and Technology
Grade 1 Science and Technology — Understanding Life Systems (Needs and Characteristics of Living Things)
  Science and Technology — Understanding Structures and Mechanisms (Materials, Objects, and Everyday Structures)
Grade 2 Science and Technology — Understanding Life Systems (Growth and Change in Animals)
 QUEBEC
Kindergarten Competency 5 — To construct his/her understanding of the world
Primary Cycle 1 Science and Technology — To explore the world of science and technology
 NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
Kindergarten Science — Exploring My World / Exploring the World Using Our Senses
Grade 1 Physical Science — Materials, Objects, and Our Senses
  Life Science — Needs and Characteristics of Living Things
Grade 2 Life Science — Animal Growth and Changes
 NOVA SCOTIA
Primary Science — Exploring the World with Our Senses
Science — Exploring Moving Things with Our Senses
Science — Exploring the World of Living Things with Our Senses
Grade 1 Physical Science — Materials, Objects, and Our Senses
Life Science — Needs and Characteristics of Living Things
Grade 2 Life Science — Animal Growth and Changes
 NEW BRUNSWICK
Kindergarten You and Your World — Connections (Unit 3 — Our Senses)
Grade 1 You and Your World — Interactions (Unit 2 — Our Environment)
Grade 2 You and Your World — Change (Unit 1 — Growth and Development)
You and Your World — Change (Unit 5 — Change in the Physical Environment
 MANITOBA
Grade 1 Science — Characteristics and Needs of Living Things
Science — The Senses
Science — Characteristics of Objects and Materials
Grade 2 Science — Growth and Changes in Animals
 SASKATCHEWAN
Kindergarten Life Science — Needs and Characteristics of Living Things
Physical Science — Materials and Objects
Grade 1 Life Science — Needs and Characteristics of Living Things
Physical Science — Using Our Senses
Grade 2 Life Science — Animal Growth and Changes
 ALBERTA
Kindergarten Environment and Community Awareness
Grade 1 Science — Theme C: Building Things
Science — Theme D: Senses
Science — Theme E: Needs of Animals of Plants
 BRITISH COLUMBIA, YUKON
Kindergarten Life Science — Characteristics and Needs of Living Things
Physical Science — Properties of Objects and Materials
Grade 1 Life Science — Needs of Living Things
Grade 2 Life Science — Animal Growth and Changes
Physical Science — Properties of Matter
 NORTHWEST TERRITORIES, NUNAVUT
Kindergarten Science and Technology — Life Systems (Senses and the Body)
Science and Technology — Energy and Control (Keeping Warm)
Grade 1 Science and Technology — Life Systems (Needs and Characteristics of Living Things)
Science and Technology — Matter and Material (Characteristics of Objects and Properties of Materials)
Grade 2 Science and Technology — Understanding Life System (Growth and Changes in Animals)

Fees:

$129 for four weeks (includes outbound shipping and handling)

Reservations:

Borrow this edukit by completing the request form and faxing it to 613-993-7923, or phoning 613-991-3053 or 1-866-442-4416 (toll free in Canada).

Back to top