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Canada's Natives Long Ago

Canada's Natives Long Ago

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    100 pages, 60 lessons, full colour
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Now in full colour!

Travel to a place of forests and rivers and meet the people of Canada from long ago.  Learn the lifestyles of the seven cultural groups of Canada’s first nations.

This study include reproducible workpages, project pictures, eye-witness quotes, stories, activities and biographical sketches. Each chapter has a full resource list including books for various ages, videos and novels. You can fast-track through the curriculum, or meander and enjoy the captivating resources and activities. Its all up to your style and your children's delight. Students are guided to complete a project book suited to their age level (lap-books work perfectly) along with a worksheet and hands-on activities for each unit.

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We used Canada's Natives Long Ago last year with Sonlight and found it dovetailed so nicely together. Thanks again for your excellent resources, and your contagious enthusiasm.
Grade 4 student
Dear Mrs. Ward: I have just completed your study about the Canada's Natives, Long Ago. I enjoyed it very much and was amazed by how the individual groups survived. We played the games “Nooglooktok” and “meat grabber” and for crafts we made the totem pole and long house. Thank you for creating the Natives of Long Ago study.
Homeschool Mom
My children and I had such a wonderful time doing this study this year. We all learned so much, including me! It was so much fun. I love how easy this book was to use, the wonderful resource living book listings that were listed throughout the book and the easy to use access code where I could print off worksheets. I look forward to using other Donna Ward products.
We just finished your Inuit unit today & are taking a break from playing Cat’s Cradle. My daughter is obsessed with it and my hands are tired...