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Canada Fun Fact Cards - Great for Unit Extension Activity, Bulletin Boards and Games - One teacher said: “My kids are addicted to reading these facts cards every morning. If I forget to read one, they are sooo quick to remind me. And the parents are learning too! During conferences, I had many parents tell me how much they had learned from their children when we read the apple and pumpkin cards. Thanks!”
Reinforce knowledge and review the geography of Canada while having fun doing a puzzle. This word search puzzle worksheet includes the names of 36 geographical features of Canada. The words are hidden in all directions including diagonally and backwards and there may be some overlap, making this a pretty challenging word find.The map of Canada that serves as a background to this puzzle adds to the interest.
Canada’s north is a frozen tundra where many people would never venture to live. Here is where you will find the Inuit – a people with a rich cultural tradition and ancestry, along with a unique history of survival. Below are resources to learn more about the Inuit. The Inuit The Inuit People: Grade …
Oh, Canada – it’s almost our birthday! This month, the Canadian Homeschool Blogging Team has compiled a great collection of Canada Day Activities and Resources to share with you. Alison – Celebrating Canada – Lapbooking Through the Provinces of Canada Canada Day is one of our family’s favourite holidays! We usually celebrate by dressing the part …
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