Canada Booklet (A Country Study)-- Use during social studies units about countries around the world! TeachersPayTeachers

Canada Booklet (A Country Study)

Canada Booklet (A Country Study)-- Use during social studies units about countries around the world!

Canada Booklet (A Country Study)-- Use during social studies units about countries around the world! TeachersPayTeachers

Canada Booklet (A Country Study)

Canada Booklet (A Country Study)-- Use during social studies units about countries around the world!

Native People of Canada: Informational Text, Mapping, Key Vocabulary, Graphic Organizers, and a Mini Informational Flip Book Project!

Native Peoples of Canada

Native People of Canada: Informational Text, Mapping, Key Vocabulary, Graphic Organizers, and a Mini Informational Flip Book Project!

Canadian themed Social Studies Learning Journal for students in Grades 3-5 to complete after their lesson.  Grade way to assess critical thinking skills!

Social Studies Learning Journal/Workbook Canada

Canadian themed Social Studies Learning Journal for students in Grades to complete after their lesson. Grade way to assess critical thinking skills!

Canadian Provinces & Territories Scoot! A fun way to review Canadian geography. 30 prompts plus blank cards provided. $

Canadian Provinces & Territories Scoot

How much do your students know about the provinces and territories of Canada? Scoot is a fun way to find out!

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.

Discover Canada: Graphic Organizer Research Activity Worksheets

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.


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