Branches of Government Posters
Help your students learn all about the three branches of government as well as the three levels of our government. These ready to print posters are written in student friendly language so your kids will never forget the various characteristics of our government. These anchor charts fit perfectly in ...
Hands-On Canadian History: Louis Riel and the Metis
The Metis people are the founding people of Manitoba, and their culture is a fascinating mix of European and Native traditions - like fiddling and jigging.
Hands-On Canadian History: Canadian Prime Ministers Guess Who Game
Want a fun and interactive way to learn the Canadian Prime Ministers? Here's the game of Prime Minister Guess Who to make it extra easy.
Stolen Lives: The Indigenous Peoples of Canada and the Indian Residential Schools
Explore our online resource on the Indian Residential Schools and their long-lasting effects on Canada’s Indigenous Peoples.
All about Canada!
I'm in the middle of my "Symbols of Canada" unit with my Grade 1's. It has been a learning experience for me, as I haven't taught Grade 1 since I was a student teacher, but it has been really fun! I'm enjoying bringing in resources for my kids all about Canada and British Columbia. Last week, I showed them "O Canada" from Ted Harrison, a Canadian painter who recently passed away. I love Harrison's paintings. They are full of colour and his style is so distinctive. As a class, we discussed…
Eight Canada Day Treats | Maybe Jamie
With Canada Day being this Friday, I wanted to find some yummy Canada inspired treats for you guys! These all look so so delicious, and all pretty simple!
Recipes for Canada Day (Canadian recipes)
A collection of 15 easy and delicious recipes for Canada Day, from drinks, apps, mains to desserts. There's something for everyone!