52 Weekly Stories About Canada Grades 7-8
The 52 non-fiction stories in this book have been designed to familiarize and develop student awareness of the various Canadian topics while reviewing and strengthening various reading, language, and word study skills. The topics are Canadian capital cities; famous Canadian...
Canada: A Changing Society 1890-1914 Grade 8 Hi/Lo
Activities analyze key similarities and differences between Canada in 1890-1914 and in the present day, with reference to the experiences of and major challenges facing different groups and/or individuals, and to some of the actions, Canadians have taken to improve...
Canada: Origins, Histories & Movement of People Grade 7 Alberta Curriculum
Aligned to Alberta Curriculum, this resource has been designed to give students an understanding and appreciation of the Aboriginal, French and English peoples in the history of Canada. Together, through both cooperation and conflict, they forged the foundations of the...
Canada: The Land, History & Stories Grade 5 Alberta Curriculum
This book was designed to cover expectations in the Alberta Grade 5 Social Studies curriculum. This book is organized into four integrated, multi-day lessons that can be adopted in many ways to suit the variety of needs and interests in...
Canadian History Series: 4 Book Bundle Grades 7-8
Save with this 4 book bundle! #1 Canadian West - It's Development Grades 7-8 Conflicts and changes in the 19th Century! Students learn about the development of western Canada from many perspectives: the Canadian government, Aboriginals, Métis, and early immigrants....
Canadian Mini-Books: Famous People Grades 2-4
This resource gives your students a chance to create their own books of various styles while learning about some of the most interesting Canadians ever. Lief Eriksson Jacques Cartier Samuel de Champlain James Wolfe Louis-Joseph de Montcalm Joseph Brant Laura...
Canadian Peacekeepers Grades 5-8
Since the end of World War II, the United Nations has sent peacekeeping forces to many areas in the world, to help maintain peace and order. Canada's military, as peacekeepers, has been very involved in missions that took place at...
Canadian West - It's Development Grades 7-8
Conflicts and changes in the 19th Century! Students learn about the development of western Canada from many perspectives: Canadian government Aboriginals Métis Early Immigrants. They understand the contributions made by different individuals and groups and learn about the conflicts and...
Confederation - The Dominion of Canada Grades 7-8
Help students understand the significant events, including the coalition government and the Quebec Conference that led to the creation of the Dominion of Canada in 1867. Students will develop an understanding of the diverse groups and important individuals, such as...
Conflict & Challenges - Canada 1800-1850 Grade 7
Activities will help students analyze aspects of the lives of various groups in Canada between 1800 and 1850, and compare them to the lives of people in Canada in 1713 - 1800. Using the historical inquiry process students will be...
Conflict & Change - Rebellions of 1837-38 Grades 7-8
Teach the causes, personalities, and consequences of rebellions of 1837-38 in Upper and Lower Canada. Students will recognize the nature of change and conflict, different ways of creating change, and methods of resolving conflicts. Seven complete lesson plans begin with...
Creating Canada 1850-1890 Grade 8
Activities will help students assess the impact of some key social, economic, and political factors, including social, economic, and/or political inequality, on various Canadians between 1850 and 1890 as well as on the creation and expansion of the Dominion of...
Early Settlers in Upper Canada Grades 2-4
With the 29 lesson plans in this book, students will investigate the various communities of early settlers and First Nation peoples in Upper Canada during the 1800s. They will understand how the interaction between the new settlers and existing communities...
Fathers of Confederation Grades 4-8
On July 1, 1867, Upper and Lower Canada, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia entered into a union known as a confederation and became the country now known as Canada. Study the group of individuals who helped bring about confederation, the...
In Pioneer Days Grades 2-4
A Terrific Resource for Teaching about Early Settlers. Students will compare a pioneer community to our modern community with 20 information and follow-up worksheets on topics including the early pioneers, farming, food, clothing, travel, and village life. 50 activities in...
Indigenous Peoples of Canada Grades 1-3
This resource is based on the Ontario Curriculum but also incorporates topics covered in the curriculum from other provinces and territories. For each grade level, there is an in-depth look into a First Nation in Canada. This book looks at the: Cree...
Legends Grades 4-6
Long Ago Legends Provide Literary Lessons Today. Hold students' interest with legends that have been handed down from generation to generation. Students will research where legends originated, the facts behind legends, and their spiritual significance. Additional activities provide practice for...
Let's Look at Canada Grades 4-6 (Canadian History)
Students will be amazed by the development of this country as you travel through our history with the 13 reading information cards, and theme test provided. Reading information topics include: an introduction to Canada First Canadians Vikings Settlers from France...
Moments in Canadian Black History Grades 5-8
Fascinating Facts and Interesting Events, Build Comprehension Skills. By presenting little-known facts, this resource provides an intimate view of people and events in Canadian history. Activities in this resource serve as a springboard for dialogue, with a wide range of...
Native People of North America Grades 4-6
Study the Algonquin's, Plains and Northern Forest Natives. Included are 10 information cards and activities on research, word study, reading, creative writing, drama, music, art, plus Legend listening cards! 73 activities 106 pages.
New France & British North America 1713-1800 Grade 7
Activities will help students analyze aspects of the lives of various groups in Canada between 1713 and 1800, and compare them to the lives of people in present-day Canada. Exercises provided to use the historical inquiry process to investigate perspectives...
Prime Ministers of Canada Grades 4-8
Canada has been a united country since July 1, 1867, and in that time has had a variety of leaders who have seen our country through peace and war, wealth and depression, as well as many challenging world events. Students...
Famous Canadian War Heros from the First & Second World War Gr. 4-6
Students will learn about these 5 Canadian war heroes from World War I and II. A follow-up worksheet is provided. Billy Barker Buzz Beurling Billy Bishop A. Roy Brown Andrew Mynarski Four pages including an answer key.
Immigration Before & After World War II Gr. 4-8
At The End Of This Lesson, Students Will: • Understand Why Immigration Increased Before And After World War Ii. • Understand How The Canadian Government Restricted Immigrants. • Understand The Reasons For Restrictions On Immigration. 6 Pages, With Answer Key....
Immigration Laws After 1945 In Canada Gr. 4-8
At The End Of This Lesson, Students Will: • Understand How And Why Immigration Legislation Changed After 1945. • Understand The Importance Of The Canadian Citizenship Act Of 1947. • Understand The Reasons Immigration Legislation Is Continually Changing. 12 Pages,...
Immigration Laws Before 1945 In Canada Gr. 4-8
At The End Of This Lesson, Students Will: Understand How Immigration Laws Changed From 1867 To 1945. • Understand The Restriction Placed On Immigration To Canada. • Understand Why Immigration Was Encouraged. • Understand The Regulations For Acquiring Canadian Citizenship...
John McCrae Gr. 4-6
Students will learn about John McCrae and his poem "In Flanders Fields". A follow-up worksheet is provided, along with a copy of the poem. Three pages including an answer key.
Lest We Forget Research & Brainstorming Activities Grades 4-6
Nine brainstorming activities, designed for learning centres on the theme of Remembrance Day. If You Could Wish Upon a Star..... Remembrance Day Is..... War Alert! A Remembrance Day Poster Fighting at the Front Acts of Courage Planning an Interview Ruled...
Remembrance Day Booklet Gr. 1-3
Students can use this booklet to research the topics and write the facts or write a story about the picture. Cover Page National War Memorial Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Remembrance Day Service The Poppy The Peace Tower A Veteran...
Remembrance Day Creative Writing Activities Gr. 4-6
Ten creative writing activities, designed for learning centres on the theme of Remembrance Day. Five pages
Remembrance Day Information for the Teacher
Information for the educator on the following Remembrance Day topics: What is War? World War I Fighting Conditions During World War I Consequences of World War I World War II: 1939-1945 Consequences of World War II The National War Memorial...