History is...  I created this to go into my students social studies binders.  I was looking for a good, but simplistic, way to explain what history is and why they should care.  The picture is not great, but I used bright colors and  different fonts to make the poster pop. I will also display a copy, with a bright colored mat around it, on one of my bulletin boards.

History is. a teacher created this to go into students' social studies binders. (The teacher) was looking for a good, but simplistic, way to explain what history is and why they should care.

Watercolour Alberta landscapes by grades 3 and 4. Students explore regions and choose a landscape scene of interest to them to try to replicate. We add poetry to compliment the artwork.

Watercolour Alberta landscapes by grades 3 and Students explore regions and choose a landscape scene of interest to them to try to replicate. We add poetry to compliment the artwork.

FREE webquest for the Canadian Fur Trade - 2 pages, grades 4-6 (junior social studies)

FREE webquest for the Canadian Fur Trade - 2 pages, grades (junior social studies)

http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/esrm/html/summariesoftheccs/index.htm?grade=4 Site en Francais des defits sur le sujet de l'Alberta

If you look under Edmonton, you will see a little town called Camrose. ( 25 minute drive to the east ) Alberta, Canada - map.

On a visit to Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump in southern Alberta, you will feel a spiritual connection through the dancing, drumbeat and stories of Blackfoot culture. The Stories, Histories and Peoples of Alberta.

Alberta's Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump brings the history of the Plains Indians to life. Learn about the buffalo hunt, see the cliffs that spelled their doom.

Recording History Through Oral Tradition - YouTube

Wahsoñdiyoh - Nancy Powless, Eel Clan Shohwehnona'- Carson Campbell, Wolf Clan This video, filmed on location at the Onondaga Nation School in Onondaga Natio.

Conservation officers shoot dozens of black bears every year in B.C.'s Elk Valley region but spared two white-furred cubs, seen here in a 2011 photo, and relocated them to Alberta.

Garbage-addicted rare white bear will not be put down

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