There are 5 regions in Canada: British Columbia, The Prairie Provinces, Ontario & Québec, The Atlantic Provinces and The North. One of the best parts of drawing these maps is that I am learning a ton about my own country. When I draw these maps, I try to figure out which cities and towns to include, which are historically significant or which are important hubs, even if tiny. I also figure out where the drainage basins divide and where the Trans-Canada highway connects from province to province.
Each of these packages can be purchased separately, but now I've bundled the 5 regions with the Mapping Canada package for a significant savings. It works out to 81 pages, 49 of which are maps. Each area has a labelled map with cities, one without the city labels, one without any labels and major water bodies and one blank. The Canada maps have lots of options for various purposes and student levels.
I plan on creating maps for each province that will show provincial symbols and give students options to draw their own symbols, but for now I will pause. My next unit will be focused on Christmas - a week-long mini book study on 'How The Grinch Stole Christmas'. I know you'll love it. My students certainly did.
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