In case someone in your home needs some dream filtering, here's how to make a quick and easy Dreamcatcher. Supplies you'll need: A thin & snack size paper plate Yarn, about 3 feet long Poster paint or crayons Beads Feathers Tape Hole puncher Scissors How-to: First, cut the middle portion of the plate and decorate […]
Grade 6 – Canadian Geography Test
Study these maps to help you prepare for your test Wednesday. Know the physical features, regions, biomes, and animals that leave in the different biomes. The capitals and provinces will also be on…
Native American Headband | Kids' Crafts | Fun Craft Ideas
Make an easy Native American headband out of paper and some feathers. Our craft instructions include making a Native American headband with and without a template.
Canada Culture Map Printable - KidsPressMagazine.com
Is your child researching Canada? Would you like to help instill the culture and uniqueness of the Canadian lifestyle? This downloadable worksheet
Create a Paper Totem Pole for Native American Heritage Month
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Moose Paper Bag Puppet
The FreeKidsCrafts team has designed this Paper Bag Moose for lots of fun hours of crafting and puppet play for kids. Click on the link following the instructions to make a companion Paper Bag Beaver
Color the World! Niagara Falls | Worksheet | Education.com
Take a trip to the Canada-U.S. border with an inspiring coloring page of Niagara Falls that has fun facts of the world around him!
A Trip Across Canada - Sunflower Schoolhouse
Week 1 – Introduction To Our Unit Study Week 2 – General Overview Of Canada Week 3 – British Columbia Week 4 – Alberta Week 5 – Saskatchewan Week 6 – Manitoba Week 7 – Ontario Bonus Ottawa Week 8 – Quebec Week 9 – Newfoundland And Labrador Week 10 – Nova Scotia Week 11 … A Trip Across Canada Read More »
Global Blogger Linky and Canada Map Freebie!
One of the greatest joys I've discovered from blogging is meeting people from around the world... I've got "friends" all over North America and the world thanks to the wonderful worldwide web. The sharing and collaborating that can take place is really remarkable. I've linked up with Making It As a Middle School Teacher (Michelle is always so generous with hosting link ups for bloggers - this is the second one I've joined up with her in a week!). She's highlighting bloggers from outside the…