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Canadian Animals and Symbols of Canada: Directed Draw: How to Draw

Grade Levels
1st - 3rd
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Drawing Canadian animals and symbols is fun. Please find enclosed 12 different animals and symbols of Canada. Three pages for each animal or symbol shows steps without using words. One page guide with colours is also included. Quick and easy. Have fun drawing and using with your favourite unit on this topic.


  1. Canada Goose
  2. Canada flag
  3. CN Tower
  4. Moose
  5. Beaver
  6. Polar Bear
  7. Inukshuk
  8. Maple Leaf
  9. Killer Whale
  10. Hockey Stick and Puck
  11. Salmon
  12. Canadian Mountie

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