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The Red Sash is a picture book about the history of the fur trade in Canada. It tells of the relationship between the First Nations First Nations, and the Métis people of Canada, and the French Canadian voyageurs on a fur trading post in the Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education, Native Canadian, Canadian History, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Fur Trade, Mentor Texts, Science

The Red Sash

The Red Sash [Pendziwol, Jean E., Debon, Nicolas] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Red Sash

CANADA DAY - This Canadian timeline tries to include most of the more important events in our history – ranging from pre-European arrival to the Confederation of Canadian Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, Teaching Tools, History Essay, Study History, History Timeline, Women's History, Ancient History

Canadian Timeline - to Confederation {Printable}

This Canadian timeline tries to include most of the more important events in our history – ranging from pre-European arrival to the Confederation of 1867.

Here's a little more Canadian history on this Canada Day. Canadian Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Geography Of Canada, Maple Leaf, Happy Canada Day, Leaf Cards, Northwest Territories, Flag Art, Canadian History

How the Canadian Provinces and Territories Got Their Names

Who would've thought that "Bob" could've been the actual name of a Canada territory?

 Beautiful picture book for teaching the young about Canada. Great illustrations of the provinces and what makes each significant! Canada For Kids, Toys R Us Canada, O Canada, Province Du Canada, Happy Canada Day, Teaching Social Studies, Reading Rainbow, Parent Gifts, Lectures

Happy Canada Day! Books & Activities

A blog for parents and teachers of young children. There are LOTS of K-3 free resources.

Learn about Canadian history through living books - fictional novels that bring history to life! Here is a chronological list of recommended stories. History Canadian History Through Living Books World History Lessons, History For Kids, History Books, Art History, Ancient History, Family History, All About Canada, World History Classroom, Black History Month Activities

Canadian History Through Living Books

A revamped, updated, and continuing list of living books for Canadian history to make our history come to life.

Sacagawea I reread this very biography several times when I was in and grade. A beautiful story about an important Native American woman. This book would pair well with studies about Native Americans or Lewis and Clark. Native American Lessons, Native American Children, Native American History, Native American Literature, Social Studies Projects, 4th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Study History, Women In History

Sacagawea|Hardcover

The Hardcover of the Sacagawea by Judith St. George, Connie Roop, Peter Roop | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more!

Government in Canada - Grade Social Studies - Learning Commons at Upper Canada Virtual Library Levels Of Government, Government Of Canada, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Time, Teaching Resources, Responsibility Lessons, Rights And Responsibilities, Geography Of Canada

Rights and Responsibilities

Learn about the rights guaranteed to you under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Human Rights Code as well as the responsibilities you have as a cit...

 Vivien Bowers - fantastic educational book that takes you on a driving trip across Canada while learning about each province and territory. This holds my Grade interest and has him asking for more! A winner! Geography Of Canada, Physical Geography, Silly Songs, Teaching Social Studies, Penguin Random House, Children's Literature, The Book, How To Introduce Yourself, Childrens Books

Hey Canada!

Gran has decided that she is taking nine-year-old Alice and eight-year-old Cal on a road trip across Canada “before she’s old and creaky.” With a sparkling combination of poems, silly songs, tweets and blogs, the trio records the trip for readers everywhere to share. Starting in St. John’s Newfoundland, where they have a “find-it” list that includes a moose and an iceberg and going all the way to the Pacific Ocean, the gang in Hey Canada! offers a delightful way to learn about vast, varied…

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