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Fur Trade: An Educational Resource

Fur Trade is an educational teaching resource perfect for educators teaching Grades 3, 4, or 5. This comprehensive PDF consists of illustrated texts, thought-provoking questions with answer keys, and engaging activities. The aim is to provide an enriching learning experience about the history of Canada's fur trade.

Product Overview

  • The Beginning of the Fur Trade: The text emphasizes early interactions between Indigenous peoples and Europeans, based on trading furs.
  • Fur Is The Fashion:This section explores how demand for fur led to its high fashion status during colonial times.
  • The Hudson's Bay Company/ Coureurs Des Bois/ The Voyageurs: Students are provided with a thorough understanding of every component that drove fur trading.

The product includes other intriguing elements like internet searches which stimulate independent exploration while reinforcing use of technology in learning experiences.

Different Perspectives

This feature promotes analytical thinking by providing viewpoints from both Indigenous people and Europeans involved in trades – stimulating students' minds so that they can think critically around historical events.'

Auxiliary Resources & Activities

  • Trading simulations as part of context-specific tasks allowing practical application of knowledge conquested within thematic discussions.
  • Included are words for a Bingo game aligned towards enhanced recall and engagement making it ideal as a whole group activity or even small group sessions or homework assignments.
This enables an immersive Social Studies experience promoting engagement and critical thinking thus becoming indispensable while exploring significant aspects within History: Canada sub-topic under social studies subject.

What's Included

1 pdf and 48 pages

Resource Tags

fur trade history Canada Indigenous peoples European traders

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