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Canada Theme Unit
Canadian Provinces:
Ontario Theme Unit


Questions, Facts, and "Who am I?" for the province of Ontario
     Province of Ontario Mixed Review: fill-in questions, "Who am I", facts, and writing prompts (multiple keys)


Province of Ontario - Reading Comprehensions
     Come Fly with Me (Grade 3-4)
     Canadian National Exhibition (Grade 3-4)
     Big Joe Mufferaw (Grade 4-6)
     Conductor of Freedom (Grade 5-6)
     The Five Famous Great Lakes of North America (Grade 5-7)
     The St. Lawrence River (Grade 5-7)
     From Waste to Resource (Grade 5-7)
     Parkwood Estates (Grade 7-9)

Ontario: Reading Comprehensions with References to Ontario
This section lists reading comprehensions on edHelper.com with references to the Canadian province of Ontario.

     Top reading comprehensions with most references to Ontario
     The Five Famous Great Lakes of North America (Grade 7)
     Tom Thomson: Canada's First Great Expressionist (Grade 7)
     The Great Lakes (Grade 6)
     You've Come a Long Way, Kemosabe (Grade 9)
     Red River Resistance and Louis Riel (Grade 5)
     Cities, Plains - Middle Atlantic Region (Grade 6)
     The Dionne Quints (Grade 7)
     Terry Fox (Grade 7)
     Roads, Canals, and Railways (Grade 7)
     Red River Resistance (Grade 7)
     The Willoughby Family's Journey to Saskatchewan (Grade 6)
     Canajan Eh? (Grade 6)
     Big Joe Mufferaw (Grade 6)
     Upper and Lower Canada (Grade 5)

Biographies
(Grades 6-8)
     Farley Mowat
     Robert Bateman, Canadian Wildlife Artist
     Robert Munsch
     Terry Fox
     The Life of Matt Christopher
(Grades 9-12)
     You've Come a Long Way, Kemosabe

Daily Themes
(Grades 3-5)
     Peace Bridge
(Grades 6-8)
     Canajan Eh?
(Grades 9-12)
     What Makes Canada Great?

Miscellaneous
(no assigned grade level)
     Canada--History
(Grades 1-2)
     Making Canada
(Grades 3-5)
     A New Country
     A New Land
     Canadian National Exhibition
     First Nation's Crisis
     Flowing from a River Near You
     Lord Selkirk's Settlement
     Manitoba and Confederation
     Rails, Roads, and Water
     Red River Resistance and Louis Riel
     Roads, Canals, and Railways
     The Dionne Quints
     The Great Depression
     The Great Depression
     The Quebec Separatists
     Upper and Lower Canada
(Grades 6-8)
     A Bright Red Coat
     Big Joe Mufferaw
     British Columbia and Confederation
     Burning of the Parliament Buildings
     Cities, Plains - Middle Atlantic Region
     Conductor of Freedom
     Dr. Emily Stowe: In Spite of the Odds
     Emily Carr: Mother of Canada's Modern Art
     Exploring North America - Its Water
     Geography of the Midwest Region
     Grey Owl
     Icing on the Cake!
     Lester Pearson
     Lucille Maud Montgomery
     Mackenzie King
     Mary Pickersgill and the Star-Spangled Banner
     Niagara Falls
     Niagara Falls
     Red River Resistance
     Roads, Canals, and Railways
     Simon Fraser: Canadian Adventurer
     Simon Fraser: Canadian Adventurer
     Tanith Belbin's Story: May I Have this Ice Dance?
     The Dionne Quints
     The First Truly American Sport
     The Five Famous Great Lakes of North America
     The Great Lakes
     The Ojibwa
     The Ojibwa
     The Selkirk Settlement
     The St. Lawrence River
     The Willoughby Family's Journey to Saskatchewan
     They Reached for the Stars and Became One
     Tom Thomson: Canada's First Great Expressionist
     Underground Railroad
     Upper Canada
     William Kurelek
(Grades 9-12)
     Exploring America's Great Rivers
     If at First You Don't Succeed...The Invasion(s) of Canada
     Parkwood Estates


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