Deep Lake Conservation Projects

  • Grades 5-12
  • Located south of Indian Head on Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation Habitat Trust Land
  • Trip will be hiking through a variety of ecosystems and participating in invasive species removal, biological inventories, property watch programs and cleanup programs. 
  • full day field trip
  • This site is not accessible by wheelchair or cart.

Related Documents:

Outdoor Field Trip Student Checklist
Frog Files K-6
Frog Files 7-12
Deep Lake Conservation Power Point
Deep Lake Grassland Plant List 
Deep Lake Invasive Species Power Point
Property Watch Report Form
Deep Lake Student Plant List Power Point
Deep Lake Bus Study

 

Curriculum Connections 
 

Outcomes

Indicators

Grade 5

Science

HB5.1 Analyze personal and societal requirements for, and the impact of, maintaining a healthy human body.
j
 

Health

USC5.7 Assess the importance of self-regulation and taking responsibility for one’s actions.
g,i

Grade 6

Science

DL6.1 Recognize, describe, and appreciate the diversity of living things in local and other ecosystems, and explore related careers.
b,c,d
 

Science

DL6.3 Analyze the characteristics and behaviours of vertebrates (i.e., mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish) and invertebrates
a
 

Science

DL6.4 Examine and describe structures and behaviours that help: 
  • individual living organisms survive in their environments in the short term
  • species of living organisms adapt to their environments in the long term.
b,c,d,f
 

Social Studies

DR6.1 Analyze the impact of the diversity of natural environments on the ways of life in Canada and a selection of countries bordering the Atlantic Ocean.
a
 

Phys Ed

PE6.10 Apply controlled use of selected movement skills and variations (i.e., locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative skills) as well as safe and environmentally friendly behaviours while participating in a variety of alternate environment activities.
d,e,f

Grade 7

Science

IE7.2 Observe, illustrate, and analyze living organisms within local ecosystems as part of interconnected food webs, populations, and communities.
b,d,i
 

Science

IE7.4 Analyze how ecosystems change in response to natural and human influences, and propose actions to reduce the impact of human behaviour on a specific ecosystem.
f,g
 

Social Studies

DR7.2 Appraise the impact of human habitation on the natural environment in Canada, and in a selection of Pacific Rim and northern circumpolar countries.
b

Grade 8

Science

WS8.1 Analyze the impact of natural and human-induced changes to the characteristics and distribution of water in local, regional, and national ecosystems.
a,f
 

Science

WS8.2 Examine how wind, water, and ice have shaped and continue to shape the Canadian landscape.
a,d
 

Science

WS8.3 Analyze natural factors and human practices that affect productivity and species distribution in marine and fresh water environments.
b,c
 

Social Studies

RW8.3 Critique the approaches of Canada and Canadians to environmental stewardship and sustainability.
a,b
 

Health

USC8.1 Analyze and establish effective strategies of support for purposes of helping others increase health-enhancing behaviours.
b,g
 

Health

USC8.6 Examine and assess the concept of sustainability from many perspectives, and develop an understanding of its implications for the well-being of self, others, and the environment.
b,c,d,e,g,h,j,k
 

Phys Ed

PE.8.8 Apply and adapt selected activity-related skills (e.g., carrying, paddling, gripping, hanging, wheeling, digging, fire building, snow ploughing, compass reading) and strategies required for participation in alternate environment activities (e.g., backpacking, hiking, cycling, overnight camping, canoeing, snowshoeing, wall climbing, in-line skating, skate boarding, cross-country skiing, tracking, roping, dog sledding, skating, orienteering, downhill skiing, tobogganing, quinzhee building).
a,c,f,i