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Using the Web to Take Virtual Field Trips Around the World! Love the live webcam… Using the Web to Take Virtual Field Trips Around the World! Love the live webcams….great ideas to teach kids about the world using educational technology 6th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Tips, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, Virtual Field Trips, Kids Around The World, Around The World Theme, Countries Around The World

Virtual Field Trips: Using the Internet to Transport Kids Around the World

Discover ways to take your kids on virtual field trips on-line, exploring the world from your classroom or home with your tablets or computers!

The Open Door Classroom: Main Idea Madness and Then/Now Freebie Kindergarten Social Studies, Social Studies Activities, Kindergarten Lessons, Teaching Social Studies, Student Teaching, 2nd Grade Teacher, Teaching First Grade, Primary Teaching, Teaching Ideas

Main Idea Madness and Then/Now Freebie

Happy Sunday everyone! I am having such a hard time finding time for everything so I apologize that my posts have been pretty few and far be...

 Students can paint the background with water colour paint then glue on cut out pieces of black construction paper Montessori Activities, Art Activities, Art Classroom, Classroom Themes, Indigenous Education, Black Construction Paper, Inuit Art, Summer Reading Program, Winter Games

February Craft Ideas

Crafty Ideas Newsletter - Rainbow pot of gold craft, valentines card making kits, winter games crafts

Saskatoon berries- The Métis also gathered wild berries and edible plants. Berries were important food for the Métis. They were eaten alone, or added to a popular meal called ‘Pemmican’. Berries were stored in animal skins to prevent them from going bad. O Canada, Canada Travel, Edible Plants, Edible Garden, Canadian Prairies, Prairie Garden, Saskatchewan Canada, Eating Alone, Western Canada

The Métis - Food / Hunting / Tools

Saskatoon berries- The Métis also gathered wild berries and edible plants. Berries were important food for the Métis. They were eaten alone, or added to a popular meal called ‘Pemmican’. Berries were stored in animal skins to prevent them from going bad.

Kids of all ages will have fun making these edible Shreddies Inukshuks. A perfect craft after school, on a rainy day, or at birthday parties. Canada Day Crafts, Shreddies, Art For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Fun Crafts, Canada Day Party, Indigenous Education, Teaching Social Studies, Amazing Race

Shreddies Inukshuks Recipe

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Kids of all ages will have fun making these edible Shreddies Inukshuks. A perfect craft after school, on a rainy day, or at birthday parties.

 Rappie Pie: Yarmouth and Acadian Shores, Nova Scotia Social Studies Curriculum, Teaching Social Studies, Native American Lessons, Grade 2 Science, Trail Of Tears, School Subjects, Nova Scotia, Social Skills, Alberta Travel

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Life as a Child in the 18th Century

Ever wonder what life was like for kids in the 18th century? Find out from some of Colonial Williamsburg's junior interpreters, who help bring the 18th centu...

Meteghan 2 - Grand Tintamarre Acadian à Meteghan Social Studies Curriculum, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Resources, Ss Lesson, Grade 2 Science, Flat Stanley, Map Games, Atlantic Canada, School Subjects

The Amazing Map: Meteghan! - Red White And Blue All Over

This is a preview for the second video in The Amazing Map: Meteghan! series, available from MovieMakers.ca this video highlights the cultures and languages o...

The Amazing Map: Meteghan! - The Amazing Treasure Map Flat Stanley, Social Studies Resources, Treasure Maps, Colonial America, Technology Integration, Science, Grade 2, Nova Scotia, Geography

The Amazing Map: Meteghan! - The Amazing Treasure Map

This is a preview for the fourth video in The Amazing Map: Meteghan! series, available from MovieMakers.ca this video highlights the Natural Resources of Met...

Native American Inuit lapbook and activities (Arctic) Shape Books, Five In A Row, Arctic Animals, School Subjects, Biomes, Milk Jug, Grade 2, Interactive Notebooks, Winter Theme

Eskimo Lapbook - Lapbook Lessons

Our Eskimo Lapbook is available free to our newsletter subscribers. This is a large file and includes a Cover page, Notebooking pages, Arctic Animal Flap Books, Inukshuk Printables, Arctic Story Starters, Bible Verse, Printable Mask, Daily Life Fan Book, Arctic Shape Books and more. Inuit Crafts & Activities We’ve also got some great crafts and …

Meteghan 5 - The Amazing Map Game Show Ss Lesson, Map Games, School Subjects, Second Grade, Grade 2, First Nations, Social Studies, Geography, Curriculum

Meteghan 5 - The Amazing Map Game Show

This is a preview for the fifth video in The Amazing Map: Meteghan! series, available from MovieMakers.ca this video explores the jobs and industry of Metegh...

Learning About Acadians Activity Pack Alberta Social Studies Social Studies Curriculum, Social Studies Resources, Teaching Tools, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Math Measurement, Canadian History, School Subjects, Grade 2

Encore Teaching Resources - The Encore Teacher

Browse over 20 educational resources created by Encore Teaching Resources - The Encore Teacher in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

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