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Connections ~ North America Unit Studies, Lesson Plans, Lapbooks, Printables


Canada

The Three Snow Bears Unit Study and Lapbook

Flight of the Union Unit Study

Canada Country Lapbook
(includes resources for Very Last First Time)

Library List

The Kids Book of Canada by Barbara Greenwood

M Is for Maple by Michael Ulmer

Loonies and Toonies: A Canadian Number Book by Michael Ulmer

 


Costa Rica

Costa Rica Country Lapbook

The Umbrella Unit Study

The Parrot Tico Tango


Parrots Animal Study and Lapbook


Guatemala

Abuela's Weave Unit Study and Lapbook

Guatemala Country Lapbook


Greenland

Vikings Unit Study

Winter Pony Unit Study


Mexico

Mexico Country Lapbook

A Day's Work Unit Study

Hill of Fire Unit Study

Isabel's House of Butterflies Unit Study

The Old Man and His Door Unit Study and Lapbook


Christmas in Mexico

Spanish Language Lapbook


Library List

Look What Came from Mexico by Miles Harvey

Mexico from A to Z by Bobbie Kalman

Cactus Desert (One Small Square) by Donald Siver

Off We Go to Mexico by Laurie Krebs

Mexico ABC by Sarah Heimen

P is for Pinata by Tony Johnston

Erandi's Braids by Antonio Hernandez Madrigal

Esperanza Rising by Pam Munoz Ryan

Where Fireflies Dance by Lucha Corpi

 


United States of America Connections Page


                 


Animal Cards

North America Animals Cards created by Molly Boulter

Central America Animals Cards created by Molly Boulter


Three Part Cards
created by Karen Briguglio

North America Three Part Cards

How to use:

Cut out cards. One card will be cut apart on the dotted lines.

The card with the name attached is the control card.  Teach the child using the control cards.
Lesson one.  Say, “this is a rose (and point to it), this is a carnation “(and point).
Lesson two.  Say, “can you show me the rose, can you show me the carnation.”
Lesson three.  Say, “what is this called (point to the carnation), What is this called (point to the rose)”

Start by laying out a few cards, then increase as child learns more.  Eventually, the child should be able to match all the cut cards.  After he is done, he checks his work with all of the control cards.

Also, a child can take alphabet manipulatives and spell the names on the cards and check his work with the controls. 


Flag Simple Fold Minit Books

Bahamas
Costa Rica
Cuba
Dominican Republic (without arms)
El Salvador
Mexico
Honduras
Jamaica
Puerto Rico
Trinidad and Tobago