Lost in Time

  • Grades 7-12
  • Located in the Dirt Hills near the town of Avonlea on private land
  • Trip will be hiking in the Dirt Hills that were formed during the last ice age and exposed rocks on the surface that are up to 75 million years old with a focus on glaciation, rocks and minerals, weathering and erosion, and the Indigenous people of the area.
  • full day field trip
  • This site is not accessible by wheelchair or cart.

Related Documents:

Outdoor Field Trip Student Checklist
Lost in Time Pre and Post Information
Lost in Time Bus Study
Lost in Time Bus Study Answers

 

Curriculum Connections

 

Outcomes

Indicators

Grade 7

Science

EC7.2 Identify locations and processes used to extract Earth's geological resources and examine the impacts of those locations and processes on society and the environment.
a,b,c,d
 

Science

EC7.3 Investigate the characteristics and formations of the surface geology of Saskatchewan, including soil, and identify correlations between surface geology and past, present, and possible future land users.
a,b,e,f,g,h,i,j,k
 

Phys Ed

PE7.9 Utilize selected movement skills and combinations  of skills (i.e., locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative) to participate in a variety of alternate environment activities and body management activities.
a,c,e
 

Phys Ed

PE7.14 Examine, evaluate, and represent both the historical and present impact of Canada's Northern people on the development of movement activity options as a means of supporting the well-being of self and others.
c,d

Grade 8

Science

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

Phys Ed

PE8.8 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,d,e,g,h,i,j
 

Phys Ed

PE8.12 Demonstrate the skills required to administer basic first aid (e.g,. scene management, seeking help, treating minor injuries, applying precautions for body fluids) required as a result of injury caused by participation in movement activities.
a,b,c,d,e,f