symbols of Canada flashcards free printable

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Language: English
Ressource Type: flashcards, picture cards
Theme: Canada
Age-range: 7 – 10 years, Homeschool

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Flashcards of Canada

Here are a set of 60 picture cards for classroom including ‘curling’, ‘a maple leaf’ or a ‘grizzly bear’. This flashcards collection can be used to teach vocabulary related to Canada. In the PDF file you’ll find the following flashcards to learn new words in English:

Monuments and Landscape: Sambro Island Lighthouse, the CN Tower, Toronto, Château Frontenac Quebec City, Montreal skyline, Parliament Hill Ottawa, Toronto, Niagara Falls, The Canadian Rocky Mountains.

Symbols, Flags, Emblems and Cultural Icons: Inukshuk, maple leaf tartan, totem pole, lumberjack, mountie hat, The Royal Canadian Mounted Police or “Mountie” , the Arms of Canada, the national colours of Canada, map of Canada, national flag of Canada.

People: the Wyandot people or Huron, Inuit child.

Currency: the Canadian dollar, Canadian bills or “notes”, 1 cent (a penny), 5 cents (a nickel), 10 cents (a dime), 25 cents (a quarter), 1 dollar (loonie), 2 dollars (twoonie).

Transportation, building: skidoo, schooner, log cabin, igloo.

Food: maple syrup, pancakes with maple syrup, poutine, pierogies, waffles with maple syrup, beaver tails.

Sports: curling, ice fishing, ice hockey, sled dog racing, canadian football, lacrosse.

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Nature: maple tree, maple leaf.

Animals: caribou, moose, Canadian Inuit dog, beaver, polar bear, fox, Canada goose, grizzly bear.

Celebrities: Justin Bieber, The Weeknd, Shania Twain, Natasha St-Pier, Céline Dion, Garou.

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  1. Wow, you really do not know Canada, do you? Beavertails are an Eastern Canadian thing, and no one has ever said waffles are Canadian. Just because they have maple syrup on them does not make them Canadian. Your ‘mountie’ hat is either US law enforcement, looks like a State Trooper’s hat.

  2. Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts and observations. I appreciate your perspective. My aim with the imagery was to offer a personal view of Canada based on my experiences and research, recognizing that perceptions of the country can vary widely.
    I understand that certain traditions, like Beavertails, are more closely associated with specific regions, and I value your input on this. Canada is a vast country with diverse cultures and regional nuances, and I acknowledge that my representation may not capture every aspect accurately. I’m open to hearing more about your views on what truly represents Canada. What elements do you believe I should have included or excluded for a more accurate portrayal? Your insights will contribute to a richer understanding of the country.
    Regarding the ‘mountie’ hat, I appreciate your keen eye. I’ve since replaced the image with the correct representation. Thank you for pointing that out, and I’m committed to ensuring the information presented is as accurate as possible.
    Once again, thank you for your feedback, and I look forward to further discussion.

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