Social studies - Gr. 2.1 - Canada's dynamic communities

General Outcome: Students will demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of how geography, culture, language, heritage, economics and resources shape and change Canada’s communities.(from Alberta Education)
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FICTION:Story and biography combine to illuminate the lives of four Inuit artists: Pudlo Pudlat, jessie Oonark, Kenojuak Ashevak and Lazarusie Ishulutak, providing an introduction to Inuit culture past and present.

Arctic Adventures: Tales from the Lives of Inuit Artists, By Raquel Rivera and Jirina Marton

Highlights the activities of animals on the North American prairie during one average 24-hour period.

A Day and Night on the Prairie (Caroline Arnold's Habitats) by Caroline Arnold

Describes the environment, history, industry, tourist attractions, arts, sports, and cultural groups that make Nunavut unique. Gr.1-3.

Describes the environment, history, industry, tourist attractions, arts, sports, and cultural groups that make Nunavut unique. Gr.1-3.

FICTION:When his father falls ill, Timothy Parsons of Boston is sent to live with his Acadian relatives in Nova Scotia. But trouble is on the horizon: the French and the English are at war, and Acadians will be deported. Timothy must decide whether to stay with his Acadian family and face an uncertain future, or return to the safety and comfort of his life in Boston. Gr.4-6

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Month by month the prairie animals endure various types of storms.

Month by month the prairie animals endure various types of storms.

Motivating text and real-world examples introduce readers to the concept of community service. Readers will discover ways that people in communities can work together to solve problems and create positive change. Inspiring stories that show children participating in civic action will empower and encourage young readers to believe in their own abilities to make a difference.

Motivating text and real-world examples introduce readers to the concept of community service. Readers will discover ways that people in communities can work together to solve problems and create positive change. Inspiring stories that show children participating in civic action will empower and encourage young readers to believe in their own abilities to make a difference.

This title looks at offshore fishing. Around the coast of much of North America, fishing stocks have greatly declined as a result of overfishing, pollution, and global warming. Nova Scotia, in the northeast of Canada, once had a huge fishing industry....

Canada's cosiest coast: A warm welcome awaits buyers in rugged Nova Scotia

Describes the environment, history, industry, tourist attractions, arts, sports, and cultural groups that make Saskatchewan unique. Gr.1-3

Saskatchewan: land of living skies by Katie Goldsworthy GOL Did you know that Saskatchewan grows half of Canada's wheat, or that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police are trained in Saskatchewan? Discover more about the province of Saskatchewan.

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