Monday, January 25, 2016

Geography Monday and Poppins Book Nook: Canada



Welcome to this month's edition of Poppins Book Nook!  This month is countries of the world.  If you were here last week I also introduced how I am doing our world geography study and lots of others books that you can implement.  You can check it out HERE .

This week our adventures brought us to Canada.  We studied a providence a day, 4 days a week.



Books to introduce Canada

Canada
by Julie Murray


M is for Maple
by Mike Ulmer


Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island
by Suzzanne Jorisch

The Summer of the Marco Polo
by Kasia Charko


New Brunswick

F is for Fiddlehead
by Marilyn Lohnes



Quebec

A is for Princess
by Stephanie Jorisch

The Ghost on the Hearth
by Susan Milord

Quebec
by Harry Beckett


Ontario

A is for Algonquin
by Lovenia Gorman



Nova Scotia

B is for Bluenose
by Susan Tooke

Viola Desmond Won't be Budged
by Jody Nyasha Warner




Newfoundland and Labrador

P is for Puffin
by Janet Skirving



British Columbia

S is for Spirit Bear
by Gregory Roberts

Mary of Mile 18
by Ann Blades

Lass 
by Roland Gebauer




Alberta

C is for Chinook
by Dawn Welykochy



Manitoba

G is for Golden Boy
by Larry Verstrete

Sarah and the People of Sand River
by W.D. Valgardson



Saskatchewan

L is for Land of Living Skies
by Linda Aksomitis

As Long as the River Flows
by Larry Royre


Nunavut

Nunavut
by Norma Jean Lutz


The Northwest Territory

Frozenland
by Jan Reynolds

The Northwest Territories
by Gordon Laws
(This one we just looked at the pictures.)


Yukon

The True Story of Trapper Jack's Left Big Toe
by Ian Wallace

Yukon
by Susan Levert


To wrap up our study on Canada, we made these cute Mounties cookies!  We used a sugar dough recipe.  We used our gingerbread man cookie cutter and then baked them and let them dry.


Then we painted them!






Stay tuned for next week when we travel to Mexico!!


On to the link up!


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 Clip art by MelonHeadz.