What the Teacher Wants!
As a 5th grade teacher I have always felt a tremendous responsibility to teach the American history curriculum to my students. In Utah, we cover all of American history from early Native Americans all the way to present day America! That is a lot of curriculum to cover in just one year - especially in schools where high stakes testing place such an emphasis in teaching literacy, math, and science. The sad thing I've noticed is that teachers just don't have time for social studies. With no…
News - Northwoods Press
Donna Ward, Northwoods Press - Author and Publisher of Canadian History and Geography books for Homeschooling in Canada.
Outline Maps for Continents, Countries, Islands States and More - Test Maps and Answers
blank map of canada provinces | Maps for continents, countries, islands states and more - test maps ...
Canada Unit Study for the Geography Fair
For anyone who knows us or has been reading my blog for a while, you probably aren't surprised that Canada was chosen for our geography fair project and you probably know who's idea it was. Colin wants to live in Canada, where he imagines he'd be surrounded by hockey and find outdoor ice rinks on every corner. Since it was our first geography fair, I thought it would be best if they just did one country together. Colin immediately said Canada, but the girls weren't too thrilled with that…
The Provinces (and Territories) of Canada
A song for children showing the 10 provinces and 3 territories that make up the confederation of Canada. Written and performed by kidslove2learn. © 2012 Sou...
Canadian Province - Alberta on crayola.com
Use Crayola® crayons, markers or colored pencils to color Alberta's flag. Color section 1 blue, section 2 red, section 3 gold, section 4 gray, section 5 dark green and section 6 yellow. Leave the rectangles around section 2 white.
Canadian Province - British Columbia on crayola.com
Color British Columbia's provincial flag. Color the shapes numbered 1 yellow, 2 blue, and 3 red. Did you know?British Columbia is a province in western Canada on the Pacific Coast.
Canada Unit Study for Kids
This Canada Unit Study for Kids includes books, videos, and both online and printable resources for your child to learn about the 2nd largest country.
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.
Canada fill-in map
This printable map of Canada has blank lines on which students can fill in the names of each Canadian territory and province. It is oriented horizontally. Free to download and print
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New data from Statistics Canada’s National Household Survey shows that 1,400,685 people had an Aboriginal identity in 2011, or 4.3% of the total Canadian population. The Aboriginal population increased by 232,385 people, or 20.1% between 2006 and 2011, compared with 5.2% for the rest of Canada’s non-Aboriginal population. Projections show that the Aboriginal identity population in Canada could be 2.2 million by 2031.
CANADIAN SOCIAL STUDIES General Knowledge Activities PRINT and TPT DIGITAL
This resource has been updated to include digital and print access using the new interactive digital layer tool. I have created my own version, available to buyers, but buyers can create their own version too, reflecting the needs of their students.A fun and informative set of three social studies a...
We are working on the locations that make NM interesting and unique. After reading and researching points of interest, including stat...