Students will be grouped to depict the Montreal peace treaty - the before, during and after.
Students work with a variety of magnets to predict/test whether or not magnetic force can pass through the item (yes). Afterward, they can challenge themselves to find the "limit" for each material and type of magnet. This also reinforces the magnetic strength of each magnet since the answers will vary. Designed for ELL to help with instructions.
30 multiple choice questions with a bonus
This is a two-part family tree project. The first component is the cover and actual tree, PRINT ON 11'x17" PAPER. The second component is an 8-page information booklet. This project is a great starting point for grade 5 Social Studies Unit 2: Histories and Stories of Ways of Life in Canada. It is primarily a TAKE HOME project as much of the research information lies with parents and other relatives. As family make-up and the changing nature of today's families can be a sensitive area for some students, ensure you do careful before instructions. You may wish to cover topics such as step-families, adoption, and unknown relatives beforehand. Many students do not know blood relatives and may choose to do their adopted or step families.
Students will research and select one constellation, chart it and use critical thinking skills and the sphero app to program the sphero robot to take the path of the constellation.
It has most of the outcomes except: Demonstrate the ability to use a variety of optical devices, describe how they are used, and describe their general structure. Suggested examples include: hand lens, telescope, microscope, pinhole camera, lightsensitive paper, camera, kaleidoscope. Students meeting this expectation will be able to provide practical descriptions of the operation of such devices, but are not required to provide theoretical explanations of how the devices work.
Recent grade 5 curriculum map
29 multiple choice questions and 1 written question
Addresses outcomes related to the apparent movement of the Sun, stars and other objects through the sky.
Resources to help students with casting shadows, eclipses, Sun safety and how the Sun causes the seasons.
Multiple Choice questions taken from ExamBank. Also includes: true/false and matching, a "How do you know" section after every MC question, a few short answer questions, observations/inferences of indoor/outdoor scenes, and a vocabulary section.
Most questions taken from the Math Makes Sense teacher guide, and arranged to suit outcomes-based assessment.
Questions from the Math Makes Sense teacher guide, arranged to suit outcomes-based assessment.
Questions taken from the Math Makes Sense teacher guide and organized to suit outcomes-based assessment.
Questions taken from the Math Makes Sense teacher guide, and organized to suit outcomes-based assessment.
Questions taken from the Math Makes Sense teacher guide, but organized to suit outcomes-based assessment.
Modelled after the LearnAlberta critical challenge, students answer the question "How Democratic Was Ancient Athens?" by creating a report card assessing the extent to which the 4 pillars of democracy can be seen in the Assembly, the Council of 500 and the Courts.
Use this worksheet as a starting point for conducting research on how the school days are similar/different for students in Canada, Ukraine, Peru, India and Tunisia. The document is completely editable so the students can search for their own questions.
This is a parent handout for the Grade 3 Rocks and Minerals unit. It includes key terms, information about the unit, I can statements and ideas for activities the students can do at home to help them learn the outcomes. It is also completely editable for your classroom!
This is a parent handout for the Grade 3 Hearing and Sound unit. It includes key terms, information about the unit, I can statements and ideas for activities the students can do at home to help them learn the outcomes. It is also completely editable for your classroom!
This is a parent handout for the Grade 3 Building with a variety of Materials unit. It includes key terms, information about the unit, I can statements and ideas for activities the students can do at home to help them learn the outcomes. It is also completely editable for your classroom!
This is a parent handout for the Science Grade 3 unit Animal Life Cycles. It includes information the parents might want to know, key terms and activities the students can do at home, and is completely editable to suit the needs of your class.
Avoir conjugations and practice with school supplies and colours
Grade 4 Outcomes
Grade 4 Math Exam
A generic ELA vocab list with key. Originally intended for grade 9's but can be used for other secondary grades as well. Unfortunately only worked as a PDF.
This resource will help teachers review decimals with their students. It is aligned with the Math Makes Sense program.
This pdf includes interactive notebook templates for grade 7 integers.
This pdf includes interactive notebook templates for grade 7 integers.
This pdf resource includes a template for an Interactive Notebook as well as each divisibility rule to put on your bulletin board.
Twelve weather scenario cards used for the Grade 5 Weather Watch Unit.
This worksheet looks at double-digit by single digit multiplication, with introductory questions moving into double digit by double digit multiplication.
I use this for making 10 games, and for checking students ability to recognize numbers within a ten frame.
Based on Math Makes Sense Resource. Excluded Carroll diagram/Venn diagram outcome that is in the Numbers Unit
Idea is taken from Barrie Bennett's graphic intelligence for assessment and instruction. Made for 11"x17"
This page is meant to be photocopied on cardstock and laminated, or placed in a page protector to be used with a dry erase marker. Students can roll dice to get the question and then expand it into: - explain in Words - count in groups - repeated addition - fact families -arrays
A 1x1 through 9x9 multiplication quiz.
Find out what your students think you should be for Halloween.
Short PowerPoints for the Regions of Alberta
This is a project that supports the first unit within the grade 5 Social Studies curriculum. It also covers many of the outcomes listed in the skills in processes section of the SS outcomes.
Students can fill this out at the beginning of the day on a field trip and keep it with them throughout the day to help hold themselves accountable during the day. (inspired by - coreinspiration on Instagram)
Assignment and rubric for Grade 5 classroom-related vocabulary in FSL
A four paragraph reading about the origins of Canadian Thanksgiving, along with reading comprehension questions.
This worksheet reviews how to answer simple questions in complete sentences (by restating the question).
This worksheet is designed to go along with the green Pearson "Voices of Canada" textbook. Use pages 16-17 to colour in the map and fill in the legend. This goes along with the NEWER VERSION of the textbook... take a look at the point where Nunavut meets the northeast end of Saskatchewan and the area of Ontario between Toronto and Quebec to ensure this matches your version of the textbook. For the older version, see https://ninjaplans.com/resources/view/geographic-regions-of-canada-1519
A fun first day of school activity for grade 1 French Immersion where students draw a self-portrait in order to compare it to a real-life photo taken on the first day of school. Format: PDF
This resource covers the following Science expectations for the Weather Watch Unit: * Record weather over a period of time. * Appreciate how important it is to be able to forecast weather and to have suitable clothing or shelter to endure various types of weather. It looks at what a meteorologist is, what meteorology is, looking at a 7-day forecast and how it changes over time, and how weather predictions help us plan how to dress and what activities to plan for.
Curriculum map for grade 5. Does not include Phys Ed or Health at this time
Classroom activity for grade 2 science.
This worksheet is designed to go along with the green Pearson "Voices of Canada" textbook. Use pages 16-17 to colour in the map and fill in the legend.
Blank cellphones with three speech bubbles.
Notes package for Unit E Science Focus 9 Textbook