$ Canada Social Studies Unit: Provinces, Territories, Symbols, Currency, Landforms, and Bodies of Water.

$ Canada Social Studies Unit: Provinces, Territories, Symbols, Currency, Landforms, and Bodies of Water.

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GRADE 5: SOCIAL STUDIES: People and Environments: Teaching Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Government Charter of Me Activity (charter of rights and freedoms) Lesson plans, handouts, unit plans. Would use these as a basis for planning unit.

GRADE 5: SOCIAL STUDIES: People and Environments: Teaching Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Government Charter of Me Activity (charter of rights and freedoms) Lesson plans, handouts, unit plans. Would use these as a basis for planning unit.

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First Nations in Canada (Government of Canada site)- provides background information for educators spanning from Pre-Contact to present day.

First Nations in Canada (Government of Canada site)- provides background information for educators spanning from Pre-Contact to present day.

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This activity is a great introduction to a Canadian Social Studies unit. I used it in grade 5 with the Ontario Government and Citizenship unit and in grade 4 for the Canada and its Regions unit.  A great way to get to know students while also having students identify themselves as Canadians.  This product could be used to introduce the unit or mid-unit.

This activity is a great introduction to a Canadian Social Studies unit. I used it in grade 5 with the Ontario Government and Citizenship unit and in grade 4 for the Canada and its Regions unit. A great way to get to know students while also having students identify themselves as Canadians. This product could be used to introduce the unit or mid-unit.

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TeachesThirdinGeorgia: Snap It Up Saturday! Our Government may be shut down...But we're still learning!
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This interactive historical thinking task engages students to learn about what this would have been like to participate in a fur trade at the time.

This interactive historical thinking task engages students to learn about what this would have been like to participate in a fur trade at the time.

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The six physical regions of Canada are: The Atlantic, The Great Canadian Shield, The Arctic, The Plains, The Cordillera and the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Region. These six regions are very different from each other

The six physical regions of Canada are: The Atlantic, The Great Canadian Shield, The Arctic, The Plains, The Cordillera and the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Region. These six regions are very different from each other

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