Let's Visit Canada Grade 3

EBJ103

$20.00 USD

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  • Author : Solski, Ruth

Here is a no prep fun way to teach your students about Canada's provinces, cities, tourist and historical attractions! A twelve page reproducible student booklet will teach students about the provinces and territories, their names, locations, flowers, and flags. More than 65 activities, teacher information, suggestions and answer key. 126 pages

Learning Objectives:
  1. To have the students participate in a study of the country of Canada.
  2. To introduce the concept of a map and a globe and to show how to use them to locate Canada.
  3. To make students aware that Canada is divided into ten provinces and three territories.
  4. To develop an awareness and recognition of the symbols that pertain to Canada.
  5. To show students and to make them aware that Canadian customs and lifestyles vary across Canada.
  6. To arouse a patriotic spirit in young Canadian students for their own country.
  7. To show students that Canada is a mosaic of different cultures.

Skills Covered:

Phonics:
l . Double Vowels
2. Blend Review
3. "le" Words
4. Double Consonants
5. Hard/Soft "C"
6. Long/Short/Silent Vowels
7. Digraphs

Word Study:
l . Alphabetical Order
2. Singular to Plural
3. Syllabication
4. Compound Words
5. Word Search
6. Spelling
7. Crossword Puzzle
8. Word Meanings

Brainstorming:
l . Ways Canadians Travel
2. Listing Canadian Facts
3. Reasons to Be Proud
4. Listing Tourist Attractions
5. Listing Canadian Jobs
6. Reasons to Be Proud of One's Province
7. Classifying Animals

Printing/Writing:
l. Copying "O Canada"
2. Copying a Poem
3. Copying a Song
4. Copying Names of Provinces/Territories
5. Copying Names of Canada's Capital Cities
6. Copying Canadian Words

Map Reading:
l. Locating Canadian Cities
2. Locating Canadian Bays
3. Locating Canadian Lakes
4. Locating Canadian Rivers
5. Locating Canadian Islands
6. Locating Canadian Oceans
7. Matching Geographic Term to Its Meaning
8. Matching Shape Card to Name Card

Creative Writing:
l . Creating a Book on Canada
2. Writing a Canadian Poem
3. Choosing a Story Starter
4. Designing a Canadian Poster
5. Designing a Canadian Postcard

Research:
1. Canadian Trivia
2. Nationality Survey
3. Researching a Famous Canadian Place
4. Researching Canadian Animals
5. Researching a Canadian Province

Mathematics:
l . Place Value
2. Expanding Numerals/Sequence
3. Collecting Numerals/Sequence
4. Reading and Writing Numerals/ Sequence
5. Writing Numerals as Words/Comparing Sizes

Reading:
l. Answering Riddles
2. Completing Rhymes
3. True or False
4. Recalling Events
5. Noting Details
6. Synonyms/Syllabication
7. Context Clues
8. Listing/Illustrating


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