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

Canada Social Studies Unit

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

Here's a foldable on the branches of government.  Full lesson plan: http://www.fwisd.org/socialstudies/Documents/grade_k-3_govt-branches.pdf

Here's a foldable on the branches of government. Full lesson plan: http://www.fwisd.org/socialstudies/Documents/grade_k-3_govt-branches.pdf

Proud to be Primary's A Trip Across Canada ~ Canadian Province, Territories, & Mapping social studies unit. Teach your students about the 13 Canadian province and territories and about Canadian geography and mapping!

Canada {Provinces, Territories, & Mapping} Unit

Proud to be Primary's A Trip Across Canada ~ Canadian Province, Territories, & Mapping social studies unit. Teach your students about the 13 Canadian province and territories and about Canadian geography and mapping!

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

My Heritage Project. Have done this before , but did not focus on solely on the heritage aspect. Nice interpretation!

My Heritage Project. Have done this before , but did not focus on solely on the heritage aspect. Nice interpretation!

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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