More than your ordinary math activities! Study the history of money, the barter system, the Canadian mint, budgeting, banks and wallets. Research metals, alloy symbols, currency in other countries, and famous rich people. Answer key and teacher guide included.
Please note that this eBook is a teaching guide for the novel described below. This product does not contain the novel.Stone Orchard is the story of fourteen year-old Maud Fraser, who lives in the Canadian West in 1866. Maud meets Dutch who uses her tarot cards to read her future. After a time of challenge and stress, Maud discovers the fulfillment of Dutch's prophecy and the truth about her family. Novel by Susan E. Merritt. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key.
Please note that this eBook is a teaching guide for the novel described below. This product does not contain the novel.This is the story of fifteen-year-old Brian's second ordeal in the Canadian wilderness. This time he is not alone. Novel by Gary Paulson. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key.
Please note that this eBook is a teaching guide for the novel described below. This product does not contain the novel.The story of two boys struggling to survive in the Arctic barren lands gives students an appreciation of the Canadian Arctic and its inhabitants: the Inuit, the Cree and the Chipewyan peoples. Novel by Farley Mowat. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key.
Intriguing Information to Motivate Students. With the growing interest in our Canadian heritage and history, this resource will aid you in teaching your students about the development of Canada from an immigration viewpoint. Canada grew from the many cultures that immigrated to Canada, and not without difficulty or hardship. Use this resource to understand and learn about the reasons for immigration and the difficulties that are experienced in the past and present and the opportunities available to people who choose to immigrate to Canada. 96 pages.
A Great Introduction to Canada, from Coast to Coast! Students will be able to identify, locate and label the major physical regions within the provinces and territories of Canada. They will learn about the structure and function of provincial government, about the interdependence of provinces and territories and compare the physical environments. 126 pages.
Political, Social & Economic Changes. Teach the causes, personalities and consequences of the rebellions of 1837. Students will recognize the nature of change and conflict, different ways of creating change, and methods of resolving conflicts. Plus information for your students to examine the political, social, economic and legal changes that occurred as a result of the rebellions and their impact on the Canada's, and the future development of Canada.
Help students understand the significant events, including 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 like Sir John A. Macdonald, who contributed to the formation and growth of Canada as other provinces and territories joined Confederation.
Use this resource to assist your students in their understanding of the election process. Some topics include: what an election is, the reasons elections are held, how campaigns are run, what a platform is and the platforms of the major political parties in Canada. With this resource, students will learn about the history of elections, as well as historic facts about Canadian elections, and the election process in our country today. 80 pages.
Students will read about the Canadian Arctic and practice reading and language skills in: classifying sentences, finding proof, word meanings and creative expression. Answer key included.
This resource contains six sections: Vocabulary Development, Identifying Important Information, Character Analysis, Summarizing & Sequencing Events, Reasoning & Critical Thinking, and Creativity & Design. Each section begins with a Teacher's Notes page that will provide suggestions to help you to introduce the sections and to obtain the best results from your students. Students in the Intermediate Division have more sophisticated reading skills and require purposeful and challenging activities that will promote successful and enjoyable reading experiences. Book reports allow the young readers to share their thoughts about the stories they have heard or have read themselves. As well, students need the opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of the materials. 64 Pages
Lesson and follow-up study the role of the cabinet, their contribution to the running of government and their responsibilities. (For more lessons search 'Canadian Government'.)View the eBook that this E-Lesson is taken from here.
Students will read about owls and practice reading and phonetic skills in: word recognition/meaning, following written directions, recalling information and identifying vowel sounds. Answer key included.
Adheres to Canadian Curriculum! This Mastering Math book is a complete, condensed course of instruction or review for Grade Two Mathematics. It is 100% Canadian content following the elementary mathematics curriculum guidelines. Each Mastering Math book is organized according to these five general curriculum threads: Number Sense & Numeration, Measurement, Geometry & Spatial Sense, Patterning & Algebra, and Data Management & Probability. Each topic area contains individual skills and concepts that match the learning expectations of the curriculum. Mastering Math can be used to support the standard classroom curriculum as every learning expectation in the year's curriculum is included. Mastering Math is also an excellent framework for reviewing the full curriculum at home for students who need extra practise.
Students will practice and improve their skills in writing descriptive sentences, capitalization/punctuation, spelling and identify kinds of sentences. Answers key included.
Students will have a better understanding of how a bill becomes a law. (For more lessons search 'Canadian Government'.)View the eBook that this E-Lesson is taken from here.