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I absolutely love how she turned these standard folders into amazing unit packets ! Adventures in Homeschooling: Canada Unit Study for the Geography Fair Social Studies Projects, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Aids, Canadian Social Studies, 6th Grade Social Studies, Geography Of Canada, World Geography, Geography Activities

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…

I have some new ESL students and I need to teach them about Canada, anything helps! Adventures in Homeschooling: Canada Unit Study for the Geography Fair 6th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Canada For Kids, Canada 150, Canada Day Crafts, Canada Country, My Father's World, Canadian History, Study History

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…

Great activity for diversity in the classroom! Many cities are home to ethnically diverse people. Toronto, London, New York, Hong Kong—which city will you show in your Multicultural Mobile? Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Art, Geography Activities, Canada For Kids, Canada 150, Projects For Kids, Art Projects, Canadian Social Studies

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Many cities are home to ethnically diverse people. Toronto, London, New York, Hong Kong—which city will you show in your Multicultural Mobile?

Adventures in Homeschooling: Canada Unit Study for the Geography Fair 6th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Preschool Activities, Canada For Kids, Canadian History, Canadian French, Education Templates, My Father's World

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…

United States Symbols Mini-Lapbook - The Curriculum Choice Kindergarten Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, Classroom Activities, Classroom Ideas, Future Classroom, Holiday Homework, Patriotic Symbols, File Folder Activities

United States Symbols Mini-Lapbook - The Curriculum Choice

One of our favorite educational tools is lapbooking. Whether we create the traditional lapbook in a file folder or put the pieces on cardstock in a notebook, we love recording the things we learn in a lapbook. We have created our own lapbooks, found free lapbooks online, and bought lapbook files from several companies. The newest lapbook my eight year old, Makayla, has completed is

Carving A 16 Foot Totem Pole: Part 1 (of Native Design, Carving Wood, Totem Poles, Bear Paws, Color Pencil Art, Woodcarving, Chainsaw, Wood Burning, Social Studies

Carving A 16 Foot Totem Pole: Part 1 (of 2)

Although I will be posting a more detailed description on my blog at http://woodtrails.blogspot.com I will give a brief run down here:The carving of this mag...