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Bonspiel! The History of Canadian Curling - Educational Resources
 
Descriptive Record for Educational Resource No. 58
Subject:
History | Language Arts | Mathematics | Social Studies | Visual Arts
Grade Level:
Grades 4-6
Type of Learning Resource:
Classroom Activities
Description:
In the following classroom activities, students will read about the history of curling as an important part of Canadian culture and history. They will use primary documents downloaded from Library and Archives of Canada's website: 'Bonspiel: The History of Curling in Canada'.
Duration:
400 - 480 minutes
Author of Resource:
Mary E. L. Schoones
Language:
English; French
Date:
2007--
Curriculum Connections:
Alberta: Canada: The Land, Histories, and Stories: Grade 5
British Columbia: Historical Development of Canada: Grades 4 and 5
Manitoba: Manitoba, Canada, and the North: Places and Stories: Grade 4
New Brunswick: New Brunswick and Canada: Grade 5
Newfoundland and Labrabor: Our Country, Canada: Grade 6
Northwest Territories: Our Northern Land and its Peoples: Grade 5
Nova Scotia: Nova Scotia and Atlantic Canada: Grade 6
Nova Scotia: People and Their Changing Environment: Grade 4
Nunavut: Our Northern Land and its Peoples: Grade 5
Ontario: Canadian Provinces, Territories, and Regions: Grade 4
Prince Edward Island: Community in the Lives of People: Grade 4
Quebec: Ethnic and Cultural Characteristics of Québec and Canada: Grade 4
Saskatchewan: Canada: Grade 5
Yukon: Historical Development of Canada: Grades 4 and 5