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Use this word search to familiarize your students with some great Canadian firsts!
Created by Canada’s History Society
Explore the “We’re Number One!” article on pages 4-5 in the April 2017 Happy Birthday Canada issue of Kayak: Canada’s History Magazine for Kids to learn about some great Canadian firsts! Download the print friendly version of the Canadian Firsts Word Search and the answer key.
This classroom resource is also available in French.
Can you answer these ten questions about Canada’s lighthouses?
Bring this map of Canada and these specially made tokens into your classroom to mark each Canadian historic site, person and event your students learn about.
Inspire your students to join the Marathon of Hope using this graphic novel-style story and a lesson plan from the Terry Fox Foundation.
The award-winning National Film Board of Canada has a number of suggestions and resources for teachers wishing to show their films in the classroom.
Solve historical “cold cases” in your classroom with the Great Unsolved Mysteries in Canadian History.
Have students select one of the thirty women and debate whether she deserves to be identified as a great or if someone else should take her place.
Teaching Lost Stories consists of a set of lesson plans and historical documents that are aimed at intermediate and secondary-school students and which build on the Lost Stories documentary films.