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Pre-K Visits



Programming supports group visits for children aged 3 to 5 years old.  A minimum of 10 children is required for program booking. 

Please inform us if you are doing a family day booking.  The ratio of adults to students is important information as gallery space is a factor. 

Pre-K Program: Dino Romp

Dates Available: mid-October through April (prior to Easter Break)

Arrival: (5-10 min) Museum staff will assist with bins for coats and backpacks. Indoor shoes is always appreciated but not required.

Welcome: (10 min) Museum staff will use show and tell items to introduce you to our favorite Saskatchewan Dinosaurs.  Students will receive toy binoculars to explore the galleries.

Teacher-Guided Story Walk: (approximately15-20 min) You will be provided with a Dino Romp storybook to guide you through 4-5 stops in the fossil galleries. You choose the pace. You will be provided a link to pre-view the storybook upon booking the program.  Please remember, no food or drink in the gallery spaces. Please indicate that you need a space for snack in the comments of your booking request.  You are welcome to visit additional galleries as part of your visit. 

Departure: When you are ready to leave, museum staff will collect the binoculars, provide hand stamps and a take home activity or coloring page. 


Teacher Supervised Visits

See our Teacher Supervised Visit (TSV) section for guidelines on visiting the Royal Saskatchewan Museum on your own, without booking the program above.  Please let us know you are coming by filling out the online booking request and choosing TSV.


Admission is by donation. If your class is able, please consider making a donation of $2 per student.

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