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K - 4 Social Studies Lessons

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Grade 2

School: South Oaks
Submitting Teachers: Carolyn Friesen and Susanne Funk
Lesson Summary: Students go on a community safety walk to explore the community and demonstrate thier knowledge of traffic safety rules. Pictures of this exercise are used to bring this experience back to the classroom where they can be used in a variety of activities.
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LES
Lisa Verinder - Grade Two
Photostory 3 presentations - Local Community


School: Blumenort
Submitting Teachers: Rhonda Goertzen Stobbe and Irene Plett
Lesson Summary: Our Local Community 2.1.1 Characteristics of Communities: Students will understand that a community consists of different age groups of people (baby, toddler, senior, etc) and will make a powerpoint presentation showing these categories.


NES
Brenda Lytwyn/Ivy Friesen - Gr. 2
2.3.1 Manitoba Symbols


LES
Lisa Verinder
Social Studies Poem Template

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Woodlawn School

Karen Pottage
Lesson: Lunenburg
Summary: online learning about the community of Lunenburg



Blumenort School
Submitting Teacher: Rhonda Goertzen Stobbe
Lesson Summary: The Canadian Community 2.3.4 Canadian Diversity and 2.3.6 Global Connections
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Grade 3

Woodlawn School
Michael Bourget
Kalamkari Art - Gaining an Understanding for the Culture of India.

Grade 4

NES
Mary Klassen
Population Comparisons

NES
Mary Klassen
Symbols of Canada

Southwood School
Dana Sands
Canadian Tourism (Geography)
Students reseach a province or territory (on-line) to create a PowerPoint presentation to promote tourism.

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Southwood School
Dana Sands
Early Settlement Comic Strip
Students will complete online reserach, from pre-selected websites about how the geography and climate of Manitoba affected Aboriginal and European settlers. Using the insight from their reserach, students will use an online application to create a series of comic slides (picutres are pre-selected) that demonstrate their understanding of life long ago.

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