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.

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 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.

Surveys the history, geology, climate, plants and animals of the St. Lawrence lowlands geographic region.

Lawrence Lowlands -- From rolling plains to rising hills. by Bryan Pezzi

Discusses the history, geology, climate, plants, and animals of Canada's Great Lakes region.

The Great Lakes -- From freshwater lakes to sand dunes. by Erinn Banting

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

The Cordillera -- From the Taiga to the Montane. by Melanie Ostopowich.

Surveys the history, geology, climate, plants and animals of the Interior Plains region.

The Interior Plains - From prairie grasslands to Boreal forests. by Galadriel Watson

This portrayal of early efforts to explore Canada's Northwest Passage presents Rogers' 1981 song in combination with color illustrations, historical commentary and a gallery of explorers.

This portrayal of early efforts to explore Canada's Northwest Passage presents Rogers' 1981 song in combination with color illustrations, historical commentary and a gallery of explorers.

FICTION:A girl lives with her family in northern Saskatchewan, where her father is helping to build a dam and when they are going to move to Toronto, she wonders how she can keep all that she knows about her home.

Canadian Lit for Social Justice (picturebooks): An annotated bibliography of resources from a Canada-wide SSHRC-funded study on Canadian literature to promote social justice in the classroom

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.

Surveys the history, geology, climate, plants and animats of Canada's north.

The North-- From the Arctic lowlands to polar deserts. by Michael De Medeiros

The interior plains / Galadriel Watson.

The interior plains / Galadriel Watson.

Canada is a huge country. Different environments on land and water provide many things found in nature that humans can use - from the paper in our books, to the food we eat, to the energy in our homes and everything in between. Find out what is produced from Canada's : forests -- oceans, rivers and lakes -- land and soil -- rocks and minerals -- energy resources. And learn why we need to take care of our natural resources for today and the future.

Canada is a huge country. Different environments on land and water provide many things found in nature that humans can use - from the paper in our books, to the food we eat, to the energy in our homes and everything in between. Find out what is produced from Canada's : forests -- oceans, rivers and lakes -- land and soil -- rocks and minerals -- energy resources. And learn why we need to take care of our natural resources for today and the future.

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