Pinterest
A Writer's Resource - 16 Types of Governments - Writers Write . Because I would like to write a book someday.

16 Types Of Government - A Writer's Resource

16 types of governments Infographic government writing writer world's building

Canadian Parliament Infographic - a great reference for libraries and classrooms!

Canadian Parliament Infographic - a great reference for libraries and…

GRADE 5: SOCIAL STUDIES: People and Environments: Teaching Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Government Charter of Me Activity (charter of rights and freedoms) Lesson plans, handouts, unit plans. Would use these as a basis for planning unit.

GRADE SOCIAL STUDIES: People and Environments: Teaching Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Government Charter of Me Activity (charter of rights and freedoms) Lesson plans, handouts, unit plans. Would use these as a basis for planning unit.

Poverty is not only found it in the developing world; it affects over three million Canadians, including 600,000 children.  This infographic explores which groups are most likely to live in poverty in our country, how Canada ranks internationally, and more.

Other Infographics - Canada Infographic. Poverty In Canada. The Cost Of Poverty In Canada. Canada: Poverty And Socio-Economic Issues.

I thought this a particularly terrific book to fit with the grade 2 social studies unit about communities, especially between urban and rural communities in Canada.  A little girl was just moved to Toronto from rural Saskatchewan and makes many observations about life in both places. A new friend helps her settle in.

From There to Here Laurel Croza & Matt James

RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLSA history of residential schools in Canada    CBC News: Stolen Children June 8-21, 2008

A history of residential schools in Canada

Witness Blanket - A National Monument to recognize the atrocities of Indian Residential Schools.

Could make a similar US citizenship poster

The survey paints a picture of a country that is both open and welcoming to the world: of Canadians support dual citizenship and think that having Canadians living abroad is an asset to our country.