A fun path to learning
The teachers’ section offers you games and resources to teach citizenship, immigration and multiculturalism subjects. Assign a game to students as part of a lesson or use one of the teaching ideas to make learning more fun.
You may also want to send a link to this section to your colleague, so that they too can take advantage of these fun learning tools.
- Canadian Symbols
- The Provinces and Territories
- Flags – Provinces and Territories
- Great Canadians
- Black History Month
- Asian Heritage Month
- Prime Ministers
- Canadian Trivia
- Reaffirmation Ceremony
- Downloadable resources for “A fun path to learning”
- History of passports
Canada: A History of Refuge
The 2016 Census Teacher's Kit (from Statistics Canada)
To help students understand what the census is about, Statistics Canada developed the 2016 Census Teacher’s Kit for use in elementary, intermediate and secondary classes across the country. All activities are classroom-ready and have been reviewed to meet curriculum requirements.
The four activities contained in the kit are appropriate for many subjects, including mathematics, social studies and language studies in English or French. They also include “Next Step” ideas to connect these subject areas with concepts in the sciences and creative arts.
The 2016 Census Adult Education Kit (from Statistics Canada)
To help students understand what the census is about, Statistics Canada developed the 2016 Census Adult Education Kit for use in adult literacy and English or French as a second language classes across the country. All activities are classroom-ready and have been reviewed to meet curriculum requirements.
The kit includes five activities that provide opportunities for listening, speaking, reading and writing. Through exercises, the students will understand what the census is used for, how it’s conducted, and the role it has played in shaping the country as we know it today.
The Citizenship Challenge asks Canadians to test their national knowledge by studying for and writing a mock citizenship exam in French or English. Individuals, classrooms or community groups are invited to participate.
- an all-expenses-paid trip to Ottawa or
- a Citizenship Celebration and
- other great Canadian prizes!
How Canadian are you, eh?Test your knowledge of Canadian history with this challenging multiple choice quiz
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