FREE Canadian Maple Leaf Interactive Coloring Sheet
Free Interactive Coloring sheet for my Canadian Friends! I'm thinking you could fill it with Canadian symbols or even words... en francais.
It's All About America! with a freebie!
We are in the middle of our All About America unit and things are really getting going! For the past couple of weeks we have been focused on American symbols. This is one of those topics that he kids just get! Which makes teaching it so much fun. I read through a ton of books on the symbols, monuments, documents etc... (thanks Donors Choose!) and we learned all we could. I put this symbol page together for us to do after we had be discussing for a few days (click the pic to download!) We…
We've cheated with some pre-cut leaves to make this leaf bunting, but you can get the kids to cut out their own (using our templates, or perhaps tracing round some leaves that they collect from outdoors) for a fun Autumn craft and pretty display!
Canadian Province - British Columbia on crayola.com
Color British Columbia's provincial flag. Color the shapes numbered 1 yellow, 2 blue, and 3 red. Did you know?British Columbia is a province in western Canada on the Pacific Coast.
My Book About Canada - FREE 8-page Symbols of Canada Booklet
This completely editable booklet has 8 pages of Canadian symbols and facts for primary students. Each page has images to colour and simple, fill in the blank sentences to learn about Canadian symbols (answer keys provided).Some symbols included are:-Canadian map-Canadian flag-Maple Leaf-Beaver-RCMP...
Colorful Totem Poles
I love this book, Totem Tale, the culture and images are wonderful and perfect for first grade artists. I also put together a power point showing actual Totem Poles in Alaska and Washington. There are many books available on the subject too on Amazon or in your library. On the first day the student's created the totem drawings. Each student got a 9"x 6" sheet of construction paper. They picked two 4 1/2" x 6" pieces to glue stick onto the larger paper. I pulled out all of my "How To Draw"…
M Is For Maple: A Canadian Alphabet: A Canadian Alphabet
Whether sharing the stories of Anne of Green Gables and Terry Fox, or revealing Canada''s importance in growing grain that feeds the world, M is for Maple is a shining tribute to Canada. From British Columbia to Newfoundland, this Canadian alphabet book shares our nation''s symbols, history, people and culture. We are new maples growing tall Our roots cross time and seas To countries all the world around That''s Canada to me.To find recipes, games, interactives maps and much more for this…
Canadian Symbol or Not?
Created for the Canada History Awards, 2015 this lesson plan explores Canadian symbols, old and new and thier place in Canadian society. There are pre, while and post activities based on the Quebec MELS standards. - ESL worksheets