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Maple Trees, Hockey, and Beavers: A Look at the Official Symbols of Canada
Have you ever wondered why the maple tree is such a Canadian icon? In this one time class we will learn about the stories behind Canada's national symbols.
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In this one time class students will learn about Canada's official symbols. The beaver, the maple tree, and the game of hockey are three of these national emblems. We will learn when, and why each symbol was chosen to represent the country. Students will be provided a chart of the symbols to fill out as we go. Using powerpoint, videos, discussion, and activities we will discover the origins of each of the symbols that have been formally adopted by the Government of Canada. There are many...
Students will learn about the nine official symbols of the country of Canada. They will be able to identify each symbol and they will understand why each symbol is important to the country of Canada.
As a Canadian I am offering this class to share my country with learners. I have taught this content in a physical classroom setting as well.
2 files available upon enrollmentPdf handouts will be available in the classroom prior to class. Students will need a glue stick or school glue to complete the activity.
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45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Lisa VanderKloetHomeschool mom living in Canada, exploring, learning, and enjoying life!
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105 completed classes
Hi, I'm Lisa. I live in the beautiful Muskoka region of Ontario, Canada. I have been teaching for 15 years now, first as a classroom teacher, now as a homeschooling mom. In the classroom I taught all subjects to various combinations of grades 1-4...