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Grade 3: Social Studies: Heritage and Identity: Communities in Canada 1780-1850

This guide supports the Grade 3 Social Studies curriculum. Inside you will find information on communities in Canada from 1780-1850, as well as information on living and working in Ontario.

HEALING THE LEGACY OF THE RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS

MAPS OF CANADA

VLC BOOKMARK

Logins for all VLC databases are found on the back of the VLC Bookmark.

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BOOK SUGGESTIONS

Below you will find a selection of books that may be found in your Learning Commons.  Be sure to visit your Learning Commons Informationist to locate these books, or other similar titles in print or electronic form.

Suggested Search Terms for Destiny:

  • settler, pioneer, loyalists, native people, First Nations, Aboriginal, Inuit

VIDEOS: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF CANADA

THE STORY OF SHI-SHI-ETKO

VILLAGE LIFE OF THE EARLY SETTLER


What are the main differences between  your day-to-day life and the life of a child living in Upper Canada in 1800?


What can we learn from the ways in which First Nations livind in harmony with their environment?

Where did people get their water?

How did they heat and light their homes?

ONTARIO: IT'S PIONEERS

MAPLE SYRUP

K-GR. 6 ASK US/DEMANDE MOI

K-GR. 6: HOW DO I FIND OUT ABOUT MY TOPIC?

GET ORGANIZED

Inspiration software

Don't forget the Inspiration software found on all UCDSB computers.

This program is for visual learning:

graphic organizers, concept mapping, mind mapping, outlining, webbing, and plots and graphs.

K-GR. 6: HOW DO I CREATE & CITE MY WORK

ACADEMIC HONESTY CHECKLIST & BOOKMARK

Use this checklist to help you cite your sources!