Arts Education


Kira Fladager

Literacy and Arts Education Coordinator

If you have suggestions of content to add to this webpage, please email Kira Fladager.

Saskatchewan Arts Education Curriculum

The arts education curriculum is designed to address the learning needs of all students. The curriculum allows for both disciplinary and interdisciplinary studies.  To achieve deep understanding of the arts, and fully appreciate the arts throughout life, students need to study content and processes that reside at the core of each of the four strands: dance drama, music and visual arts.

Teaching and Learning Materials

There are several ways to access core and additional resources recommended by the Ministy as well as the many resources RPS has purchased to support Arts Education instruction in schools.

1. Division Resources

  • Media Scheduling (Media Kits, DVDs and Videos, Aboriginal Kits, etc.)
  • Music Loft (Choral Music, Musicals, Recorder Music, etc.)

    • contact Kira Fladager to set up a time to visit the Music Loft

Click here for information on how to book through Media Scheduling.

Click here for a list of Aboriginal Kits that can be borrowed from Media Scheduling

2. Ministry Resources

  • Grade level resources (Click on Core and Additional Resources Tab to browse resource for each gradel)
  • Quick Links (One stop to find additional resources like R.O.V.E.R, Databases, Webinars, etc.)

Use this tip sheet to walk you through accessing resources on the Ministry site.

Curriculum Support:  Northeast School Division has unwrapped curriculum outcomes and created rubrics for each grade level.  Explore their site here:

Summary of Grade 1 - 6 Outcomes (provided by Stefanie Giroux)

Arts Education Websites:

LIVE Arts Education - Live, interactive Arts Education

Arts Alive in Living Sky - Arts Ed resource website created by Living Sky School Division

ARTSask - Virtual art gallery featuring Saskatchewan artists 

Arts Alive - National Arts Centre Educational Website 

Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture -

Northern Spirit Flutes -

Bringing Metis Children's Literacy to Life Guidebook - Creator Wilfred Burton

Bringing Métis Children’s Literature to Life is a guidebook for teachers to support the
children’s literature published by Gabriel Dumont Institute (GDI). Not only will teachers be
able to teach about the Métis but they will also utilize strategies that foster and promote
literacy development (listening, speaking, reading, writing, viewing, and representing).

Leah Dorion - Metis artist and author -

ARTSEDGE - Free digital arts education lessons from the Kennedy Centre 

Music Educators Toolbox - Music resource from Carnegie Hall