Mr Cozart | Middle School Social Studies

Grade 6 – Canadian Geography Test

types of maps anchor chart

types of maps anchor chart for students to refer to. Helpful for our day 2 unit on maps of Texas and how to read/create a map.

Grade 5 Canadian Heritage Minute Videos. Overall Expectation A2:Investigate aspects of the interactions among and between First Nations and Europeans in Canada

Historica Canada - home of the Heritage Minutes & lesson plan ideas on defining moments in Canadian history

Interview With a Knight Social Studies Project - have fun learning about the Middle Ages with this creative project. ($)

Middle Ages Activity - Interview With a Knight

Interview With a Knight Social Studies Project - have fun learning about the Middle Ages with this creative project.

Photo-journal of a typical pilgrim girl.  Students wrote their own story about the day from dawn to dusk and then illustrated it in a scrapbook style.  It really showed all that they had learned about the colonial way of life.

Photo-journal of a typical pilgrim girl. Students wrote their own story about the day from dawn to dusk and then illustrated it in a scrapbook style. It was a great response to literature that showed what they learned about colonial life.

▶ Natural Resources Song - YouTube

Students will have this song to help them remember natural resources and can be played at the beginning of the lesson and as the end as a closing segment of the lesson.

Hands-On Canadian History: The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms More

Hands-On Canadian History: The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

In the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms was introduced. This BINGO game helps kids understand what's on the charter and what these rights mean.

Natural Resources Anchor Chart - This anchor chart will help your students master science TEK 4.7C. The anchor chart helps students distinguish between renewable and non-renewable resources and their advantages and disadvantages.

Science Mini Anchor Charts

Natural Resources Anchor Chart - This anchor chart will help your students master science TEK The anchor chart helps students distinguish between renewable and non-renewable resources and their advantages and disadvantages.

This Social Studies package includes:-19 lessons for the unit lessons cover topics such as the political and physical regions of Canada, the seven different physical regions of Canada, what makes them uniques and what sort of resources they provide their region and the country.-Explanation pages offer you suggestions of how to run the lesson or the small groups.

Social Studies -Canada & Physical Regions- Ontario, Grade 4

This Social Studies package includes: lessons for the unit lessons cover topics such as the political and physical regions of Canada, the seven different physical regions of Canada, what makes them uniques and what sort of resources they provide their

This interactive historical thinking task engages students to learn about what this would have been like to participate in a fur trade at the time.

Design a Fur Trading Post Historical Thinking Activity

This interactive historical thinking task engages students to learn about what this would have been like to participate in a fur trade at the time. I would use this as a interactive activity to really help students to think historically.

Living and Working in Ontario: Age appropriate research resources- instant download! $10!

Living and Working in Ontario Research Resources- Grade 3 Ontario Social Studies

Teaching the Fur Trade? This is a great way to get students thinking using a hands on activity. The activity allows students to be split into five groups.     1. Voyageur Group 1      2. Voyageur Group 2     3. The Potawatomi Tribe     4. The Delaware Tribe     5.

Teaching the Fur Trade? This is a great way to get students thinking using a hands on activity. The activity allows students to be split into five groups. Voyageur Group 1 Voyageur Group 2 The Potawatomi Tribe The Delaware Tribe

The Voyageurs: Great video for Ontario Grade 5 social studies unit First Nations and Europeans in New France and Early Canada

This short film tells the tale of the men who drove big freighter canoes into the wilderness in the days when the fur trade was Canada's biggest business. The film recreates scenes of the early century with a soundtrack by an all-male chorus.

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