Use nesting tupperware boxes to illustrate the concepts of House, Town, State, Country, Continent, Planet. Great for the book Me on the Map!

A Practical Way to Teach Kids Where They Live

Use nesting tupperware boxes to illustrate the concepts of House, Town, State, Country, Continent. Will use this for Where We Are In Time and Place planner.

Teaching where we live -- the big picture

Help kids understand the concept of learning about where they live relative the the Earth Continent Country State City Street.

22 Maps of Canada As You've Never Seen It Before

O Canada, our home and cliche land

Canada in a nutshell... would be great to change up for Social Studies project for for 4th graders!

art and music using art squares to describe something - in this case, Canada

Cordillera

making a large scale map of canada highlighting the different landform regions to show that we all belong to Canada but it the differences that make us special.

Paint pictures to reflect each place they visit while study different countries.

Landscape Inchies Part 1 (that artist woman)

Geography for Kids: Getting to know the Canadian Landscape through art from that artist woman: Landscape Inchies Part 1 ( mini USA landforms idea)

Visit every province and territory in Canada (3 provinces and territories left!)

apparently no one has done a canadian map quilt.

To teach about Canada (or your country), students create suitcases from cereal boxes and store their Travel Log and map inside. The students visit each province or state and record their findings and blog about it. We learned so much and had a wonderul time exploring our beautiful country. I also used my Smartboard to track their visit.

To teach about or your community students create suitcases from cereal boxes and store their Travel Log and map inside. The students visit each state or local community places and record their findings.

The great Canadian food map by Canadian Living is a fun and interactive experience for food lovers to learn about Canada and the food available in our awesome country. Be sure to click on the map for some fun surprises!

best recipes, tested till perfect

The great Canadian food map: - Canadian Living Not sure how accurate this is. I do know that BC's Okanagan Valley began producing wines long before Ontario got on the bandwagon.

This foldable could be used for many social studies ideas-fromLessons with Laughter

This foldable could be used for many social studies ideas- Regions with state names on top flap and description on bottom, with picture and name on cover

The six physical regions of Canada are: The Atlantic, The Great Canadian Shield, The Arctic, The Plains, The Cordillera and the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Region. These six regions are very different from each other

The six physical regions of Canada are: The Atlantic, The Great Canadian Shield, The Arctic, The Plains, The Cordillera and the Great Lakes St. These six regions are very different from each other

Canadian activities - worksheets on geography

for canada unit

Create a web for each landform region as a group - include photos for each

Create a web for each landform region as a group - include photos for each

Canada Water Bodies to label

Canada Water Bodies to label. Website offers other geography print outs and learning ideas

CANADA REGIONS - CANADIAN PERSPECTIVES CLASS-YOUtube

Lake Louise is a lake in Alberta, Canada. The glacial lake is located in Banff National Park, mi from the hamlet of Lake Louise and the Trans-Canada Highway.

FREEBIE- Physical and Political Regions of Canada Intro

This freebie includes three activities to get your kiddos started with the Grade 4 Ontario Social Studies Unit- Early Societies 3000 CE) The first activity is a discussion cube that students can roll and have meaningful discussions with a partner

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