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Engaging Canadian history lesson plans for busy teachers and homeschool parents who want quality content for their students and children. #canadianhistory #canadianhistorylessonplans #ontariohistory #canadianlessonplans

Canadian History Lesson Plans

Canadian history lesson plans can be very dry and boring if we only use the textbook to teach key events in history. I love teaching Canadian history and making it come alive for my students.  Canadian History Lesson Plans I make my Canadian history lesson plans engaging by using a

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Interesting History Lessons For Middle School Teachers

It does not have to be challenging to find engaging history lessons for middle school. History might be old, but our approach to teaching it shouldn’t be!  In this blog round-up, you’ll find new ideas for engaging students in history lessons and Remembrance Day lesson plans, as well as ideas

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Remembrance Day Lessons For All Grades

Several bloggers have gotten together to share our best Remembrance Day lessons that can be adapted to suit the needs of various grade levels. What I love about this link-up is the variety of lesson ideas offered by the other teachers. In our classrooms today, students are working at all

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It is important to keep learners engaged in their ELA subject material by creating cross-curricular lessons. Students are more likely to see a purpose for their learning if it can be used in other classes from 2 Peas and a Dog.

Cross-Curricular Learning in the ELA Classroom

Cross-curricular learning is key to helping students develop their thinking skills. It is important to keep learners engaged in their ELA subject material by creating cross-curricular lessons. Students are more likely to see a purpose for their learning if it can be used in other classes. It is important that

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