Student-Led Fall Pine Cone Experiment |Love this experiment to find out why pine cones open and close! So cool! Perfect Fall Science

Pine Cone Science Experiment for Kids

Fall Pinecone Experiment: What Happens to Pinecones? Wow, this fall science experiment is perfect for student-led inquiry and discovery!

Canada Booklet (A Country Study)-- Use during social studies units about countries around the world! TeachersPayTeachers

Canada Booklet (A Country Study)

Week 8 - Canada Booklet (A Country Study)-- Use during social studies units about countries around the world!

MollyMoo – crafts for kids and their parents Constellation Activities - Star Gazing Craft & Free Printables

Constellation Activities - Star Gazing Craft & Free Printables

Pretty Northern Lights paintings with watercolors & tree silhouette - art & painting for kids

This week our family & I are heading to Iceland for vacation. We are excited to take our daughter to see the geysers &…Continue Reading…

Beaver craft--students could make their beaver and then glue their arms, legs and tail, then write sentence facts about beavers on index cards and drop their "beaver facts" into the beaver's mouth

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This beaver puppet craft can accompany a lesson on endangered animals. Mountain beavers are endangered.

Build stone men. It's a fun relaxing activity for you and the kids. It doesn't cost anything and doesn't take much time. These stone men are known as Inuksuk in Canada.

Build Stone Men

Build these stone men as a fun relaxing activity. Also a great activity for the kids. Also known as an Inuksuk. Larger ones are a creative DIY idea for your landscaping.

Each child acted as one family in the clan, and selected an animal spirit to represent them. In Native American culture, an animal can symbolize a quality or way of life. All clan members reviewed paper sculpture skills and began the creative process of designing their animal. http://hative.com/cool-totem-pole-craft-projects-for-kids/

Cool Totem Pole Craft Projects For Kids

Colorful totem poles are fascinating symbols of Native American cultures. Take a look at these Totem Pole Craft Projects For Kids, which can be made from recycled material such as plastic bottles, tin cans or egg cartons.

Looking for fun and engaging classroom activities to teach children about Canada and its symbols? This post includes a few arts and craft activities, lesson suggestions and ideas, and a FREE printable Canadian resource for primary teachers.

Canada in the Classroom

100 days of school activities for the primary classroom,including day collections, STEM stations, snacks, and more fun activities.


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