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O Canada Our National Anthem

O Canada Our National Anthem

Canadians line overpasses along the Highway of Heroes to pay their respects to the fallen soldiers who pass.

Canada is a large country with a small population. Perhaps that's why we can afford to acknowledge every single fallen soldier.

"Our Song: The Story of O Canada" by Peter Kuitenbrouwer (2004). An in-depth look at the history and significance of an important Canadian symbol: the national anthem. Students can learn the stories behind the original French lyrics as well the as the translated English lyrics.

"Our Song: The Story of O Canada" by Peter Kuitenbrouwer (2004). An in-depth look at the history and significance of an important Canadian symbol: the national anthem. Students can learn the stories behind the original French lyrics as well the as the translated English lyrics.

Remembrance Day in Grade 1. We have this great little booklet we put together. The kids learn a bit about the significance of the poppy AND they practice their printing!

REMEMBRANCE Day

Storytime Standouts looks at a Remembrance Day resource for young children, A Poppy Is to Remember by Heather Patterson and Ron Lightburn

Who is who in World War 1. A great reference sheet.

Reference: History: Oxford University Press Releases Whos Who in the Outbreak of First World War Political Map/Infographic (Free)

LOVE this quote & wish I was dangling my feet off the edge, don't you? quote by Brian Andreas

They came to sit and dangle their feet off the edge of the world and after a while they forgot everything but the good and true things they would do someday ~ Brian Andreas

'A Prairie Alphabet' Jo Bannatyne-Cugent Art by Yvette Moore

'A Prairie Alphabet' Jo Bannatyne-Cugent Art by Yvette Moore

Offers a tour from the grain elevators that are an integral part of the landscape, to oil rigs that pop up like “grasshoppers,” to fairs and rodeos, to auctions, barns, combines, and dugouts. (Grades: 1-4) Call number: PE 1155 .B386 1992

A Prairie Alphabet Written by Jo Bannatyne-Cugnet Illustrated by Yvette Moore

G is for Golden Boy: Manitoba - to read aloud for Canada Quilt Project

G is for Golden Boy sitting on top of the Manitoba legislative building in down town Winnipeg. It is a tourist attraction with much history.

canadian aurora borealis - Google Search

Aurora borealis

The breathtaking formations of the northern lights twisting and shading the sky over the highway at Tombstone Mountain lookout, Yukon, Canada, this week

Royal Canadian Mounted Police musical ride performance

RCMP Musical Ride to the tune of Hockey Night in Canada. I don't think it could get more Canadian than that.

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