This is a great site with explanations and games related to food chains-- once again this could be used within our science lesson and social studies. One main focus is how everybody depends on one another, both humans and animals. These games and activities will elaborate on this topic. --EM

Looks like a cool site! Biological Sciences: Great site with kid-friendly explanations and games related to food chains and other topics.

A train tour of the different regions of Canada??

Foldable idea for social studies -- Train "tour" -- similar to the passport ideas. Take a train tour, and have a pocket for the different arctic animals we learn about!

How the Canadian Provinces and Territories Got Their Names

How the Canadian Provinces and Territories Got Their Names

"How the Canadian Provinces and Territories Got Their Names" from Mental Floss - This could be a fun article for some of you. I, for one, didn't know where exactly my province's name came from until reading this, although I guessed its linguistic origin e

Minecraft Community Project (3rd Grade Social Studies)

Minecraft Community Project (3rd Grade Social Studies)

Special thanks to Jon Barry, Annette Welpman, Katherine Fleetwood, and Rebecca Mitchell! Korea International School Standards/Benchmarks Standard Culture: Knowledge Benchmarks A – “C…

Looking for a great way to review or assess the grade 3 Ontario social studies unit People and Environments: Living and Working in Ontario? Check out these task cards! These 20 task cards cover a range of curriculum expectations and content information (definitions of key terms [municipality, population, natural resources], the 3 physical regions of Ontario, land use, recreation and employment opportunities, and population patterns).

Living and Working in Ontario Task Cards

Looking for a great way to review or assess the grade 3 Ontario social studies unit People and Environments: Living and Working in Ontario? Check out these task cards! These 20 task cards cover a range of curriculum expectations and content information (definitions of key terms [municipality, population, natural resources], the 3 physical regions of Ontario, land use, recreation and employment opportunities, and population patterns).

The Ontario Social Studies Curriculum was updated in 2013. These colourful Learning Goals Posters reflect all 38 of the Overall Expectations and Specific Expectations of this new curriculum (Heritage and Identity:  Communities in Canada, 1780-1850 and People and Environments:  Living and Working in Ontario).These posters are visually appealing and can easily be hung on bulletin boards, easels, display boards as well as during your lessons to allow children to focus on the Learning Goal.

These colourful Learning Goals Posters reflect all 38 of the Overall Expectations and Specific Expectations of the Grade 3 Social Studies Unit, Heritage and Identity: Communities in Canada, and People and Environments: Living and Working in Ontario.

Looking for research resources for your Heritage And Identity: Early Societies, 3000 BCE–1500 CE Unit? These information pieces will provide your students with some age appropriate information about Medieval Times.

EARLY SOCIETIES Research Resources- Grade 4 Ontario Social Studies

Looking for research resources for your Heritage And Identity: Early Societies, 3000 CE Unit? These information pieces will provide your students with some age appropriate information about Medieval Times. Included: For each of the 3 reading levels ★

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