Grade 4 Social Studies: Heritage and Identity Learning about the Aztec Society   A3.10 describe some attempts within early societies to deal with conflict and to establish greater cooperation

Aztecs, Maya, and Inca. A good way to visualize the difference between Inca (South America), Maya (Central America) and Aztec (Mexico).

Grade 5 Social Studies First Nations and Europeans in New France and Early Canada A2.3 analyse and construct maps as part of their investigations into interactions among and between First Nations and Europeans  A3.3 describe the main motives for Europeans’ exploration in early Canada and for the establishment of permanent settlements

Exploration Canada Activities 16 Graphic Organizers

This is a bundle of three of my units on explorers that are designed for Canadian students in grades Explorers to Canada – 15 Graphic Organi.

Grade 5: Heritage & Identities  A2.6 communicate the results of their inquiries, using appropriate vocabulary

First Nations and Europeans in New France and Early Canada Word Wall

Grade 4 Social Studies: Heritage and Identity A1.3 describe some of the ways in which their daily life differs from the lives of young people from different backgrounds A1.4 compare two or more early societies in terms of their relationship with the environment

This freebie includes three activities to get your kiddos started with the Grade 4 Ontario Social Studies Unit- Early Societies 3000 CE) The first activity is a discussion cube that students can roll and have meaningful discussions with a partner

First Nations and Europeans in New France and Early Canada  A2.3 analyse and construct maps as part of their investigations into interactions among and between First Nations and Europeans A3.1 identify major First Nations in the Great Lakes–St. Lawrence region and Atlantic Canada at the time of contact with European

First Nations and Europeans in New France and Early Canada - Grade Social Studies - Learning Commons at Upper Canada Virtual Library

Grade 4 Social Studies: Heritage and Identity A1.1 compare social organization in two or more early societies

Complete Grade 4 Ontario Social Studies Inquiry-Based Unit (Heritage)

Heritage and Identity: Early Societies: 3000 Inquiry Based Unit Stop worrying about how to meet the demanding new Ontario Social Studies curriculum. This unit is a comprehensive collection of developmentally appropriate research for your

Grade 4 Social Studies: Heritage and Identity A2.2 gather and organize information on ways of life and relationships with the environment in early societies, using a variety of primary and secondary sources in both print and electronic formats

Kids Book of Canadian Exploration by Ann Maureen Owens - Canadian History tie-in (already own this)

Grade 5 Social Studies First Nations and Europeans in New France and Early Canada A2.1 formulate questions to guide investigations into aspects of the interactions among and between First Nations and Europeans in Canada prior to 1713, from the perspectives of the various groups involved

Grade 5 Social Studies First Nations and Europeans in New France and Early…

Grade 4 Social Studies: Heritage and Identity A2.5 evaluate evidence and draw conclusions about ways of life and relationships with the environment in early societies, with an emphasis on aspects of the interrelationship between the environment and life in those societies

Grade 4 Social Studies: Heritage and Identity A2.5 evaluate evidence and draw conclusions about ways of life and relationships with the environment in early societies, with an emphasis on aspects of the interrelationship between the environment and life in those societies

Grade 5 Social Studies First Nations and Europeans i New France and Early Canada (links to PDF) -  Investigating Trade Interactions in New France A1.1 describe some of the positive and negative consequences of contact between First Nations and Europeans in New France A1.2 analyse aspects of early contact between First Nations and Europeans in New France to determine the ways in which different parties benefited

Some ready to use lessons and unit plans for Ontario math curriculum. TIPS—Targeted Implementation and Planning Supports

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