Canada Day stuff
On Canada Day 2008, The Dominion Institute released the results of a national survey of what Canadians felt were the 101 people, places, symbols, events and accomplishments that most define Canada. On October 20, 2008, the Dominion Institute and Key Porter Books released a new publication that brings together leading Canadian authors, historians and actors to comment on the list.
While there are tons of 4th of July activities that celebrate the American flag, I always find there's a serious shortage on Canada Day crafts for kids, so I've rounded up 25 great Canada-inspired activities to help you and your little ones flaunt your maple leaves and Canadian flags with pride this year. You'll find heaps of ideas for fun art projects, coloring pages, and party ideas in this list - who knew July 1 could be so much fun?!
This FREE 8 page pdf download fun, imaginative Canada Day 150 maple leaf themed art and creative resource pack has been designed as a way of introducing my art projects and classroom decorations to your students. In this pack you'll find an abstract art project with photographed examples and ideas, a poster, a facts page and maple leaf bordered lined page for creative writing - click on the link to download - Happy Canada Day 150 July 1st!