I am working on the post for Saskatchewan, but I have an eye infection and a sinus infection and I am feeling a bit under the weather. I am sorry for the delay. The post will be up before the end of the day.
Here are some carefully chosen videos to add to your studies thus far:
Our second stop on our trip across Canada is Alberta. If you have not picked up your travel brochures for Alberta yet, you can stop and do that now.
We have another action packed stop on our trip across Canada. We are going to jump right in and get to work having some fun. Remember, there will be way more resources and activities than you will have time for, so just focus on the things that interest you and your children. You can always come back later and do more.
Here are some questions to ask as you look at your detailed map. What province is to the left of Alberta? What is the capital city? Name the longest river in Alberta.
You can download a detailed map of Alberta here –>
We are going to take a journey across Canada (a pretend one) from now until the end of June 2010. Each week we will visit a different province and learn all about it. I hope you will join us on our journey. I hope to include links to on-line resources, printables, and some free downloads to go with our study.
To kick start our journey, we are going to request travel brochures from all the provinces and territories. These will trickle in as we are doing our study. They will provide a more detailed look at each of the provinces.
Your first assignment is to visit each of these websites and request your travel brochures. I have included direct links to the request pages. I believe Quebec and New Brunswick are the only provinces that only have on-line travel brochures available.