In this activity students research Canada (you can choose to use the internet or conduct research using library or textbook resources) and fill out a graphic organizer for each of the provinces and territories. Students discover information about the provincial/territorial flag, flower, capital city, population, natural features, and fun facts. You can choose to bind the sheets into a booklet or use them individually.
How the Canadian Provinces and Territories Got Their Names
"How the Canadian Provinces and Territories Got Their Names" from Mental Floss - This could be a fun article for some of you. I, for one, didn't know where exactly my province's name came from until reading this, although I guessed its linguistic origin e
First Nations and Early Settlers or Pioneer unit plan! Created for the NEW Ontario curriculum! This unit is designed to supplement your teaching of the First Nations and Early Settlers/Pioneers portion of the new Ontario curriculum in grade
This First Nations and Europeans in New France and Early Canada Bundle is a comprehensive resource intended to support the Grade 5 2013 Ontario Curriculum expectations for the unit of the same name. NOTE: This resource is also available in FRENCH in our
Here is a fun and interesting way to learn about the Geography and History of Canada. Along with the two other modules you could cross Canada through three distinct time periods! Fur Trade posts began European settlement in the New World.
Living and Working in Ontario Part 1 - Grade 3 Social Studies Powerpoint & More