Heritage and Citizenship: Traditions, Celebrations and Cultural Diversity
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Second graders explore the concept of cultural diversity. In this traditions lesson plan, 2nd graders investigate the cultures of Canada as they discuss traditions within the country. An extension mathematics activity is included.
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