The Across Canada Bundle is a carefully chosen set of six captivating books which bring colour, culture, and excitement to the geography of Canada.
These resources set the young child on a great foundation for understanding the land, culture and people of this great country. When children see themselves in books they read they gain an understanding of their own identity and their national identity.
Come for a visit in Bear Country with this classic First Time Book® from Stan and Jan Berenstain. A big storm is rolling through Bear Country! Brother and Sister are scared, but Papa and Mama help the cubs realize that they are all safe and that the whole family should count their blessings.
Now in full colour, this is a multi-grade, early grades, minimal prep, Canadian Social Studies curriculum for fun, effective learning.
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Most suitable for Grades 1-4, but useful for various ages, this easy to use, read-aloud text is a delight for both students and teacher. You will also be enrolled in the Canada, My Country Lite Membership for curated third-party links and websites pertinent to each lesson. See the Enrolled tab after purchase.
The way we communicate with others is continuously changing as technology evolves. From telephone operators to Skype, this book examines how and why communication has progressed since the early 19th century. Critical thinking is encouraged through spread-by-spread comparisons of mail to email and everything in between.
Perfect for B.C.s new Grade 1 curriculum, and Grade 1-3 in all other provinces.
This Grade 1 Socials and English course focuses on Canada and local communities. It begins with learning our anthem, physical geography, and Canadian symbols. Canada, My Country is the base text for the Canada study and following are 5 picture books studies focusing on various aspects of local communities.
Recycling, appreciating the generations, valuing culture, helping those in need, and Aboriginal lifestyle are a few of the featured themes. English communication skills are embedded throughout and core competencies are practiced as the student engages in rich discussions and invitations to communicate their understanding.
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The bundle includes the Grade 1 course Local Communities (MM) by Holly Mitchell with delightful print edition books to give your child a cozy introduction to their local community.
This Grade 1 Socials and English course focuses on Canada and local communities. It is especially suited so parents/teachers in B.C. are assured all the course competencies are covered.
Canada My Country is the base text for the Canada study and following are 5 picture books studies focusing on various aspects of local communities. Recycling, appreciating the generations, valuing culture, helping those in need, and Aboriginal lifestyle are a few of the featured themes.
What is a community? How does a community satisfy the needs of its members? This easy-to-follow activity book emphasizes the social and physical needs of citizens in a community and relates those concepts to the everyday lives of primary students.
This living book will effectively engage children as they become fascinated with the life of the pioneering Robertson family. Factual information and highly detailed drawings of daily life accompany each story and expand on what children have just read.
A book to read each Remembrance Day. In moving words, and with illustrations both dramatic and tender, A Poppy Is to Remember calls to mind the rich symbolism of the poppy we wear so proudly on Remembrance Day… lest we forget.
Joseph’s grandfather made him a beautiful blanket when he was a baby, but now it’s frazzled and worn, and Joseph’s mother says it is time to throw it out. Joseph doesn’t want to part with his special blanket, and he’s sure that his grandfather can fix it. Sure enough, Grandfather miraculously alters the blanket into useful items again and again. But when Joseph loses the final item, even Grandfather can’t make something from nothing. But maybe Joseph can?