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Today in Island History
1917 Yesterday the lake at North Lake was freshwater. Then a late autumn storm broke through the dunes sheilding it from the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Now its a salt water inlet, and local inhabitants think it has the makings of a fine harbour.
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Education Resources

For information about programming, contact:

Jason MacNeil, Education Officer

(902) 368-6295
rjmacneil@gov.pe.ca

Orwell Corner Historic Village Curriculum Based Programs

The PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation is making connections with curriculum so that students can see, smell, feel and experience social studies. We are partnering with MacPhail Woods again this fall to also provide classes with life science outcomes. Call 902-651-8515 to book your class in for one of the following curriculum based experiences:

K-1 - Making community Connections/needs and wants
2 – Change through the eyes of a grade 2 student
3 – Experiencing Scottish culture
4 – Exploration of the past
5 – How we learn about the past from living history
6 – Change in Island Communities
7 – Empowerment and equality
8 – Impact of changing technology on Orwell Corner


Education Kits Google Website

sites.google.com/view/peiheritageeducationkits/home