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Happy Canada Day, everyone! I write this to you on the eve of Canada’s 148th birthday!
How do you celebrate Canada Day? For our family and friends, it’s poolside, BBQ and fireworks at night! If you’re looking for Canadian elementary education resources. Here’s a fun little freebie from my Canada Literacy Bundle for your early readers to start things off:
June is great time to review Canada’s symbols, landmarks, money and history as Canada Day approaches. Many of our youngest students will remember at least hearing the fireworks from the year before, even if they weren’t lucky enough to see them, and be able to make a personal connection! Playing BINGO is a fun way to learn and review, especially at the end of the school year!
2016 update: There are now 20 unique cards in this product. Thank you so much for your feedback that led to this! Please click the image below (or go to ‘My Purchases’ in your TpT account) to download an update.
Do you know anyone who could benefit from brushing up on their Canadian vocabulary?
Canada is the home of many creative and talented individuals. I hope you enjoy this collection of my (growing) favourite go-to Pinterest boards for teaching elementary school students about our true north, strong and free!
And have a Happy Canada Day!!!!!