Are you looking for a meaningful way to integrate writing in your social studies classroom? Try historical journals! A great way to integrate narrative writing and history!

Are you looking for a meaningful way to integrate writing in your social studies classroom? Try historical journals! A great way to integrate narrative writing and history! Instead of pioneer journals maybe American Revolution journals or titanic journals

Canada’s history might not be as long or as colourful as some other countries, but it does include some interesting tidbits of excitement and, as part of the New World, has had some unique adventures in exploration. This timeline tries … Continue reading →

Canadian Timeline - to Confederation {Printable}

This Canadian timeline tries to include most of the more important events in our history – ranging from pre-European arrival to the Confederation of 186

First Peoples, Early Survival and Settling Canada- Settlers to 1800: The Vikings, Portuguese, French and Loyalists. This site also includes a video map of various European Explorers [Canadian Geographic]. You can also find information about the Fur Trade.

First Peoples, Early Survival and Settling Canada- Settlers to The Vikings, Portuguese, French and Loyalists. This site also includes a video map of various European Explorers [Canadian Geographic]. You can also find information about the Fur Trade.

First Nations and Europeans in New France Part 4 - The Fur Trade - supports the Grade 5 Ontario Social Studies Curriculum!

First Nations and Europeans in New France Part 4 - The Fur Trade

First Nations and Europeans in New France Part 4 - The Fur Trade - supports the Grade 5 and Grade 7 Ontario Social Studies Curriculum!

This activity incorporates multiple subjects while also challenging students to think of the hardships people had to overcome. This interactive historical thinking task engages students to learn about what this would have been like to participate in a fur trade at the time.

Design a Fur Trading Post Historical Thinking Activity

This interactive historical thinking task engages students to learn about what this would have been like to participate in a fur trade at the time. I would use this as a interactive activity to really help students to think historically.

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.

Teaching the Fur Trade? This is a great way to get students thinking using a hands on activity. The activity allows students to be split into five groups.     1. Voyageur Group 1      2. Voyageur Group 2     3. The Potawatomi Tribe     4. The Delaware Tribe     5.

Teaching the Fur Trade? This is a great way to get students thinking using a hands on activity. The activity allows students to be split into five groups. Voyageur Group 1 Voyageur Group 2 The Potawatomi Tribe The Delaware Tribe

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