Travel Canada – A Fun and Engaging Upper Elementary Social Studies Unit

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This unit will take your students on a trip across Canada. Students will visit the 7 geographical regions of Canada. These regions include:
• The Cordillera Region
• The Prairies Region
• The Hudson Bay Lowlands Region
• The Great Lakes St.Lawrence Lowlands Region
• The Arctic Region
• The Appalachian Region
• The Canadian Shield Region

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What is Included?

• A scrapbook page for each of the geographical regions of Canada with student samples
• Detailed lesson ideas for each region that include:
o recipes
o videos
o activities
o read aloud suggestions

The following objectives are met:

To appreciate:
• the variety and abundance of natural resources in Canada
•the diversity of geographic phenomena in Canada
•the environmental significance of national parks and protected areas in Canada
•the land sustains communities and the diverse ways that people have of living with the land
•the influence of the natural environment on the growth and development of Canada
•the geographic vastness of Canada

• demonstrate care and concern for the environment through their choices and actions
• What are the major geographical regions, landforms and bodies of water in Canada?
• How do landforms, bodies of water and natural resources affect the quality of life in Canada?
• What are the differences and similarities among the geographical regions of Canada?
• How is the geographical region they live in different from other regions of Canada?
• What are the factors that determine climate in the diverse geographical regions of Canada (e.g., latitude, water, mountains)? (LPP)
• How are Canada’s national parks and protected areas important to the sustainability of Canada’s natural environment?
• In what ways do natural resources and the physical geography of a region determine the establishment of communities?
• How are natural resources used, exchanged and conserved in Canada?
• Whose responsibility should it be to ensure the preservation of Canada’s national parks and protected areas?

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Travel Canada – A Fun and Engaging Upper Elementary Social
Travel Canada – A Fun and Engaging Upper Elementary Social
Travel Canada – A Fun and Engaging Upper Elementary Social
Travel Canada – A Fun and Engaging Upper Elementary Social