- Teacher’s guide
- Hard copies of all learning activities
- All required materials for 10 activities (download activities below)
10.7m (35.1’) x 7.9m (25.92’)
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The Re:Location Giant Floor Map highlights stories from Canada’s past about the movement and relocation of peoples which have shaped the nation we live in today.
Using the accompanying 10 curriculum-linked learning activities, students will dive into what relocation means and how this theme is connected to the history of national parks, war, economic growth, industrial development and more. Students will examine historical images, learn about some of the many communities relocated in Canada, and be involved in meaningful discussions about the nature of how communities and families were relocated in the past and how it has influenced Canada’s landscape.
Tiled Map Version
Teachers can now download this map in a smaller size as a tiled map. All activities listed below can be adapted to be used on this map. Download tiled map here.