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Have fun putting together your own totem pole with this beautifully detailed totem pole printable! Simply print, cut out and assemble! Great addition to lessons about the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, and British Columbia. Prints on regular letter-sized paper (8.5" x 11"). I
This All About Canada ~ Canadian Symbols unit has 160 pages of social studies activities to teach your students about Canada and its important symbols! There are 12 Canadian symbols included, such as beavers, maple leaves, the flag, mounties, maple syrup, inukshuks, and more. Includes full colour po
This completely editable booklet has 8 pages of Canadian symbols and facts for primary students. Each page has images to colour and simple, fill in the blank sentences to learn about Canadian symbols (answer keys provided).Some symbols included are:-Canadian map-Canadian flag-Maple Leaf-Beaver-RCMP
Colour, trace and print thematic words! The Canadian symbols/words includes are: - Canada - beaver - maple leaf - hockey - inukshuk/inuksuk - snowy owl - caribou - polar bear - Canada goose - totem pole *the pages for Canada goose and totem pole do not have a printing portion as the words are too
This is a 27 pages booklet that you could use with children who are from Pre-K to grade 3! This package includes:1. Maps of Canada and Individual Provinces2. Symbols of Canada3. My Province4. Canadian Flag5. Aboriginal People - Totem Poles6. Animal Spirits (4 of them)7. Aboriginal People - Food8. Ab
This 10-page project is a perfect capstone to your symbols of Canada unit. It includes pages for 8 different symbols. Each page includes a title, a picture, and 4 lines for writing sentences. As you teach our class about each of the symbols, have your students write sentences on each page and co
Journal Prompts Canadian Symbols has writing resources designed for primary writers. 21 ready to go journal topics in 3 formats make it easy to meet student’s writing abilities and easy to prep. Designed for developing writers, these 63 non-fiction frames can be used to meet the varying levels of
What better why to get to know your students, and for your students to get to know you is by creating a Virtual Totem Pole! This activity can be done at the beginning of the year as an Ice breaker or as a culminating activity following studies on Native Americans! It is so cute!This template is com
Using the worksheet, a toilet paper roll (or rolls), and decoration supplies, students plan and design their totem poll. Comes with lesson plan, worksheet that explains totem poles as well as a section to design and explain the symbols chosen. FREE!
Students use symbols and colors to create personal totem poles.
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Totem poles are the most iconic and recognizable symbol of many Native American and Canadian First Nations groups in the Pacific Northwest of the US and British Columbia, Canada. This lesson and activity help introduce primary students to totem poles and allows students to make their own totem poles
A lesson about Totem Poles. Students learn lessons for today and skills for tomorrow as they collaborate to solve historical problems! In this Mind Missions lesson, students will learn about the history and symbolism of totem sculptures for native North Americans. Then, they will collaborate to con
This lesson uses Tlingit totem poles to teach what symbolism is, and why it was so important to Native Americans. The students are then asked to create their own totem pole, to further their understanding of the material being taught by using Native American animal symbols to represent their family.
This packet includes an info sheet about Canada, posters of the symbols and animals from Canada, activity sheets and interactive notebook pages! Also included is a weekly lesson plan! Page 1 - Cover Page 2 - Weekly Lesson Plan Page 3 - Info Sheet about Canada (color) Page 4 - Info Sheet about Canad
The following social studies document contains informational texts on Canada (provinces, territories and national symbols) comprehension questions and several extension activities. The following is included: -A map of Canada -Where I live: Up close (activity) -Vocabulary words -British Columbia: U
This is a fun project that has the student create a small totem pole and write a paragraph explaining their totem pole. The directions mention a list of symbols and their meanings. This list is not included but can be easily found on Google by searching for totem pole animal meanings.
Get kids excited about math with this fun hands-on collaborative project. Typically done during a Family Math Night event, this project can also be done in the classroom. The best part is, each person is individually represented in the final product!A totem pole is made up of symbols or figures to
Celebrating Canada's 150th? Getting your class ready for Canada Day? $1.50 to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, on July 1st 2017!! Here are 36 vocabulary cards with rich, colour pictures to help practice the names of Canadian landmarks, geography, food, sports, activities and symbols! There are
All About Me! Native American Totem Pole is a great resource for Native American Heritage Month, Back to school, Morning Meeting, or anytime for Native American studies or Indigenous Peoples' lessons. It promotes student engagement, student choice and student pride! Your students will create a totem
Canada Day is a day to CELEBRATE! Celebrate Canada's 150th birthday with this fun cootie catcher/fortune teller. Use it for taking notes, reviewing Canadian facts or quizzing your students. Two versions are included. 4 Colour and Blackline versions Facts about four of Canada's coins: loonie, toonie
Students will explore 4 types of totem poles and their meaning in a two page informational article written at grade level. They will also learn about 6 different animals and what they represent in the Haida culture (colour and black and white versions provided). Suggestions for a totem pole activi
Google Slides: Distance Learning - Blended Learning - Chromebooks in & out of the Classroom All About Me! Native American Totem Pole is a great online resource for back to school, morning meeting, Native American studies, Indigenous Peoples' Day, or Native American Heritage Month! It promotes st
Are you looking for a fun, engaging and differentiated approach to teaching Growth Mindset, Building student's Self-Esteem and Creating a Positive Classroom Environment? Then check out this tried and true, kid-tested, teacher-approved resource!Go to new depths of learning with these open-ended criti
For thousands of years, people of nations and civilizations have used symbols as a means to develop and communicate a sense of identity. National symbols can unite people based on common beliefs, values, goals, and/or shared history. From the beaver to the game of ice hockey, each Canadian symbol pr

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