Newfoundland and Labrador – Island of Dreams
Newfoundland and Labrador is the newest of Canada’s 10 provinces; they only joined the confederation in 1949. It is also the last of our maritime provinces that we have beenexploring with The Land and Culture of Canada series. Its name was officially changed to Newfoundland and Labrador in 2001.
Picturesque Prince Edward Island
Prince Edward Island is a beautiful and scenic island that attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists each year. The island offers lots of fun activities and places to visit. It is mostly pastoral with red soil, white sandy beaches, and scattered communities throughout the province.
Trek to the Holy Land and Beyond
Learn about the Holy Land and the church across the world with this geography course. You and your kids will learn about the historical and present geography of Israel and the surrounding area, as well as Africa, Asia and South America. This video “adventure” is a Vision Video production that is fully accessible with a SchoolhouseTeachers.com membership.
The Coastal Province of Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia is one of the three maritime provinces in Canada. It is a beautiful and picturesque province that is well-known for its high tides, yummy lobster, blueberries, fish and apples. It also has a well-known history of over 350 shipwrecks on Sable Island (which is a 44 km long sandbar) that lies about 300 km off the coast of Halifax. These shipwrecks mainly occurred before 1947 when navigation systems weren’t as advanced. There was also the tragic explosionwhen two ships collided in the Halifax harbour (one of them filled with explosives) in 1917.
Living Christian with an Understanding of Our Roots
Our lives as Christians can be pretty rewarding when we pray and trust in the Lord. The Word that is our basis for right living provides examples and advice for almost every situation we face in this current day. Even though we need to take the culture and the social systems of the time into account when we read God’s Word, He made it to be relatable to human life throughout the ages.
Land and Culture of Canada: Bounty of New Brunswick
What the biggest province of the Maritimes lacks in coastline, it makes up for in beautiful rivers and sprawling forests. New Brunswick is one of the three provinces that are known as the Maritimes, the other two being the slightly smaller land of Nova Scotia and sweet little patch of land, Prince Edward Island.
Course Sample from SchoolhouseTeachers.com Living Geography
This easy to understand course is very hands-on for your young 1st and 2nd graders. With printable lessons and activities, you will get them motivated and excited with little effort on your side.
Teaching French Immersed in Québec
I’ve been an advocate of second (and third) language learning in our homeschool. I’d studied languages at university and had an understanding of foreign language acquisition. I knew the best way to really comprehend and speak a language, a learner must be immersed in it.