Social studies - Gr. 5.1 Physical Geography of Canada

General Outcome: Students will demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of how the physical geography and natural resources of Canada affect the quality of life of all Canadians. (from Alberta Education)
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The Physical Regions of CanadaCanada is divided into seven different physical regions. Learn a little bit about each region here.

Spectacular aerial photographs show you a whole new way to see some of our country's most fascinating natural and man-made features -- waterfalls and waterslides, forts and farms, badlands and belugas

Explore the geography, weather, plants, plants and animals, and environment of the the Rocky Mountains.

Surveys the history, geology, climate, plants and animals of the Canadian Shield region.

The Canadian Shield -- From the temperate to the tundra. by Tina Schwartzenberger

"Readers will learn about the two main tundra biomes, which are arctic and alpine. The text will focus on the extreme climate, and the unique plants and animals that inhabit the tundra. (Gr. K-3.)

"Readers will learn about the two main tundra biomes, which are arctic and alpine. The text will focus on the extreme climate, and the unique plants and animals that inhabit the tundra.

A trip across Canada revealing the country's fascinating history, founders, landmarks, nature and geography.

Vivien Bowers - fantastic educational book that takes you on a driving trip across Canada while learning about each province and territory. This holds my Grade interest and has him asking for more! A winner!

Trees were one of the first natural resources used by man. In North American, most native and early European settlements were set up near forests from where wood was harvested for firewood, building homes and boats, and for fortifying villages. Western Canada had, and continues to have, huge coniferous forests. McKenzie in British Columbia, Canada, is a community based on timber mills, timber supply and tourism.

Trees were one of the first natural resources used by man. In North American, most native and early European settlements were set up near forests from where wood was harvested for firewood, building homes and boats, and for fortifying villages. Western Canada had, and continues to have, huge coniferous forests. McKenzie in British Columbia, Canada, is a community based on timber mills, timber supply and tourism.

A survey of the history, geology. climate, plants and animals of the Appalachian geographic region of Canada.

A survey of the history, geology. climate, plants and animals of the Appalachian geographic region of Canada.

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