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Social Studies - Communities in the Past: Early Days Meteghan (Grade 2 Alberta Social Studies)-video on the expulsion of the Acadians. Social Studies Communities, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Acadie, Canadian History, Science, Learn French, School Fun, Kids Education

Québec History 10 - The Acadians Deportation

Québec a Nation History (Part 10)The Acadians DeportationThe Acadians are the descendants of the French who settled in Acadia located in the Canadian Maritim...

Ted Harrison Art and More! – Whimsy Workshop Teaching A completely free lesson from Art History For Little Ones featuring the art of Ted Harrison. Step by step instructions and student examples. Color Art Lessons, Art Lessons For Kids, Art Lessons Elementary, Art For Kids, Visual Art Lessons, Kindergarten Art Lessons, Art History Lessons, Art Children, History Projects

Ted Harrison Art and More! - Whimsy Workshop Teaching

A completely free lesson from Art History For Little Ones featuring the art of Ted Harrison. Step by step instructions and student examples. Whimsy Workshop Teaching

Kindergarten social studies unit for discussing countries and community. Preschool Social Studies, Social Studies Curriculum, Social Studies Classroom, Study History, Kindergarten Science, Student Teaching, Teaching Ideas, The Book, The Unit

Where In the World Am I? - Kindergarten Social Studies Unit

This download is a map book for kindergarten students that helps them understand their place in the world. The book starts out with a map of Earth and ends with a map of their room. Included in this download are three additional map worksheets. Fonts & Images by DJInkers License # 0912173162...

Grade Learning Stars: April 2011 map/history project for today vs long ago (build a community). very in-depth project (could be unit) Kindergarten Social Studies, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Activities For Kids, Map Activities, Teaching Tools, Map Projects, School Projects, Projects For Kids

1st Grade Learning Stars

We just had our school wide Engineering Fair and it was a HUGE success! My school is located in Albemarle County, Virginia which is home to the University of Virginia. Several classrooms in my building were working with The University's Curry School of Education and the UVA School of Engineering since the start of school last fall. We were given printers and fabricators to use with software (Fablab and Community Construction) that was designed by people in the Engineering department at UVA…

My Community Writing Freebie Social Studies:all about communities 3rd Grade Social Studies, Kindergarten Social Studies, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Writing, Student Teaching, Teaching Ideas, Writing Activities, Writing Practice

My Community Writing Freebie

A kindergarten, first grade, and second grade teaching blog. I focus on writing, grammar, reading, and social studies.

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, a beautiful, clean, small city which earns its nickname… Visit Canada, O Canada, Canada Travel, Riding Mountain National Park, Discover Canada, Saskatchewan Canada, Western Canada, Largest Countries, Cool Pictures

CANADA

I'm interested in Canadian cities, please post any photos you can find. I'll get the ball rolling: TORONTO, Ontario (5,113,149): MONTREAL, Quebec...

In this clip from the BBC documentary A Boy Among Polar Bears, we get to watch how the Inuit people build the snow shelter known as an igloo, or iglu in Art Inuit, Igloo Building, Bbc Worldwide, Inuit People, Penguins And Polar Bears, Winter Songs, 1st Grade Science, Five In A Row, My Father's World

How To Build An Igloo | A Boy Among Polar Bears | BBC

From the wonderful BBC documentary, A Boy Among Polar Bears. A young Inuit learns how to build an igloo. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCStudiosWATCH MORE:Hirosh...

Drawing Unique Create beautiful layered scenes in the striking style of famous Canadian artist, Ted Harrison. The unique technique? It dries clear! 2nd Grade Art, School Art Projects, Art Lessons Elementary, Art Lesson Plans, Art Classroom, Art Club, Art Plastique, Teaching Art, Art Activities

Luscious Layered Landscapes on crayola.com

Create beautiful layered 3-D scenes in the striking style of famous Canadian artist, Ted Harrison. The unique technique? Glue! It dries clear!

Ted Harrison is one of the most famous living Canadian artists. He is known for his colourful and stylized paintings of Northern Canad. 6th Grade Art, Grade 2, Watercolor Projects, Teaching Art, Teaching Ideas, Art Lessons Elementary, Arts Ed, Painting Lessons, Elements Of Art

a faithful attempt

Here are the paintings of my Grade 5's annual Ted Harrison style paintings. He's one of the most popular Canadian artists and art teachers love teaching his landscape lessons because they're so bright and accessible to different abilities. I've posted the lesson previously HERE and HERE. I sometimes mix up what type of paint I use with the kids to see the different results. This time we used tempera pucks. Make sure you have white so the students can create different tints. They sketched out…

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How Igloos Work

How can a house made of snow keep you sheltered from the icy cold? Igloos seem like a great paradox, but they're actually quite practical. Who invented them and why?

Iqaluit, capital of Nunavut, Canada Ontario, Quebec, Beautiful Sites, Beautiful Places, All About Canada, Northern Canada, Columbia, Canada Eh, Canadian Travel

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Nunavut with its harsh arctic landscape is the place to go if you want to eat traditional native food like whale skin. Alaska, Canada North, Canada 150, Western Canada, Beautiful Places To Visit, Oh The Places You'll Go, America Continent, All About Canada, Arctic Landscape

Nunavut

Nunavut with its harsh arctic landscape is the place to go if you want to eat traditional native food like whale skin.

 I& going to do some research on Ted Harrison. I think this would be a fun project for Mrs. that artist woman: Painting in the style of Ted Harrison Inuit Kunst, Arte Inuit, Inuit Art, Kunst Der Aborigines, Classe D'art, 3rd Grade Art, Grade 2, Atelier D Art, Ecole Art

Painting in the style of Ted Harrison

There is a lot of Ted Harrison love at the school these days. Both Grades 2 and 3 are completing art projects based on his work. Ted Harrison is a well known Canadian artist famous for his use of line and color in his landscape paintings around his beloved Yukon home. This is an easy art project based on his work. MATERIALS REQUIRED: - watercolor paper or heavy weight sketch paper - watercolor, tempera, or acrylic paints - black paper - glue - scissors - reference photos (there are lots of…