Upcoming Fort Edmonton Park Homeschool Programs
Join the educational fun with one of Fort Edmonton Park’s Homeschool program offerings and get up close and personal with Edmonton’s history.
Join us for our unique and specialized homeschool programs that take students from the adventurous life of a voyageur in the fur trade, to surviving in the settlement of Edmonton’s pioneer days. From building a travois to baking over a wood burning stove, experience life throughout this region’s past. These programs are hosted throughout the school year and feature lessons with hands-on interactive programming that give students an immersive experience that only Fort Edmonton Park can offer.
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Sharing traditions has always been a part of Christmas in Edmonton. Discover the food, songs and games brought to Edmonton that are part of the celebration of the season. Make sugar cookies, write a letter to Santa, build a toy and decorate the Christmas tree to get ready for the Christmas season. Program Read More
A Day in the Life of a Voyageur Thursday, Feb.15th 2018 Explore the life of a voyageur during the fur trade! Learn about happenings in Edmonton’s fort in 1846 while having fun just like the people that lived there. Play First Nation’s games, bake bannock over a fire, build a tipi and/or travois and race Read More
Egge’s Stopping House, Henderson House and St. Anthony’s Church Explore Edmonton in 1905 and get a taste of turn-of-the-century life! Your interpreter will keep students on task in learning the three R’s in the one-room schoolhouse. Your students will cook scones on a wood burning stove, examine artifacts from the past, and make a toy Read More