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Canada's Provincial and Territorial Flag Stamps. Produced to celebrate Canada Day, July 1, 1979, this colourful sheet of stamp depicts the flags of the (then) 12 Provinces and Territories. Since then, Newfoundland and Labrador, here represented by the Union Jack (lower left), has its own new flag, and in 1999 the new territory of Nunavut was created.

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Canada Social Studies Unit

$ Canada Social Studies Unit: Provinces, Territories, Symbols, Currency, Landforms, and Bodies of Water.

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Canadian Provinces and Territories - great for geography and lapbooking. Has Canadian Money (coins) info/worksheets, General info, Provinces, etc

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Canadian Province - Saskatchewan colouring page. Give to students when learning about their community. Part of me on the map?

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Discover Canada: Graphic Organizer Research Activity Worksheets

In this activity students research Canada (you can choose to use the internet or conduct research using library or textbook resources) and fill out a graphic organizer for each of the provinces and territories. Students discover information about the provincial/territorial flag, flower, capital city, population, natural features, and fun facts. You can choose to bind the sheets into a booklet or use them individually.

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Canadian Province - Nova Scotia colouring page. Give to my students at the beginning of the year when they're trying to learn more about me!

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Use Crayola® crayons, markers or colored pencils to color Alberta's flag. Color section 1 blue, section 2 red, section 3 gold, section 4 gray, section 5 dark green and section 6 yellow. Leave the rectangles around section 2 white.

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