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In this Canada trivia worksheet, students read the statements about Saskatchewan and Canada. Students select the best answer for the 15 exercises.
Students explore landforms, vegetation, climate and population distribution in Saskatchewan. After discussing an atlas of Saskatchewan, students create their own relief map and climagraphs of Saskathewan. Using specified websistes, students explore the interactive ecoregions map.
Students looks at a series of photographs taken in 1903 in the community of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. They examine how needs were satisfied in this community, and compare that to how the same needs are satisfied in their own community.
Fifth graders write and perform a skit about Saskatchewan. In this Saskatchewan lesson, 5th graders complete a map showing important geographic points of interest and perform a skit demonstrating what they have learned about Saskatchewan and its culture.
Fourth graders recognize the need for governments of Saskatchewan Indian Tribes. In this government lesson, 4th graders understand the role of government in the development of Early Saskatchewa. Students create a flip book.
Students examine the lives of the Aboriginal peoples of Saskatchewan. In this talking stick lesson, students discover dance, art, music, and traditions of the First Nations people. Students design and create a talking stick to represent communication.
Young scholars observe a schedule for sharing computers in the classroom. When using the computers, students perform specific instructions in various curriculum areas. For example, in math, young scholars visit a given website to find the area, perimeter and volume of different objects. In science, students perform an experiment and then write up the results, using graphs and charts. In Social Studies, young scholars research Saskatchewan.
Students explore Canadian maps. In this map skills and Canadian history lesson, students locate reserves that originated from treaties made while establishing the Saskatchewan First Nation reserve communities. Students research these reserves with a partner.
Students study the characteristics of organisms that are a part of the phylum Chordata. In this organisms lesson students identify mammals that are native to Saskatchewan.
Students study changes that occur in geological and historical time. They place themselves in relationship to the universe, the world, Canada, and Saskatchewan.
Students study Saskatchewan's Centennial by researching the history. They determine how the town celebrates the Centennial and write a report about it based on the given rubric..
Young scholars identify Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba on map, and use Canadian Atlas to locate regions of natural resources in Central Plains, which have vital impact upon the economy. Students then complete scavenger hunt worksheet.
Fifth graders study math patterns and relationships as well as learn about the heritage of Aboriginal peoples of Saskatchewan. In this patterns and heritage activity, 5th graders research the daily lives of First Nations People in Saskatchewan and discover where the atlatl was found. Students then use the atlatl and measure the throws. students organize the sets of data and the patterns. Students research the weapons the people used.
Learners research one of the commercial crops grown in Saskatchewan. In this agriculture lesson, students discover locations, characteristics, common problems, and biotechnological developments related to the crops of Saskatchewan.
Learners explore the Saskatchewan farming community. In this agriculture instructional activity, students have an online discussion about the agriculture in Saskatchewan. They discuss various topics that are related to soil degradation, world hunger, and the impact of farming on the local environmental. This instructional activity can be modified to fit any farming environment.
Students use an online atlas.
Students simulate the election process with one group acting as politicians and others acting as the constituency with concerns specific to their assigned area of the country. They give speeches, take polls, and elect a leader based on their views.
Students at-risk in high school and primary grades pair up to read and write together. They create books modeled after authors and illustrators. They hold a parents' day to display their completed books.
Learners study biomes and their major characteristics. For this biomes lesson students draw a climatogram and discuss climate of a specific area.
Students complete a unit of lessons on families. They read and analyze various stories, label a map, assemble sentences, write letters to grandparents, analyze character traits, and write and illustrate a sheet for a class book.