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Canada C3 in Your Classroom

We have two types of learning resources that we are excited to share with you! Our Spotlight Learning Resources are innovative and interactive resources recently created by other educational organizations. Our Learning Modules are curriculum-linked lesson/unit plans for K-12 students that have been created by teachers from across the country. Both the Spotlight Resources and the Learning Modules align with one (or more) of the Canada C3 themes of Diversity and Inclusion, Reconciliation, Youth Engagement and the Environment.

Spotlight Learning Resources

We want to connect you to innovative and interactive learning resources that have been recently created by other educational organizations across Canada. Canada C3, with permission, is highlighting these Spotlight Learning Resources, so that more teachers and students can engage with and learn from these fantastic educational tools. The curator(s) and organization(s) behind each resource are recognized. You will find interactive videos, including 360-degree footage, ebooks, games, apps and more that will spark and support learning aimed at fostering a deep(er) understanding of Canada. Simply scroll down, click on the featured image, video, or activity to open/enter the resource and explore what it has to offer! Send your Spotlight Learning Resource suggestions to

Learning Modules

Our education team invited pre-service teachers at partnering faculties of education and teacher education programs and classroom teachers across the country to create curriculum-linked learning modules (i.e., lesson/unit plans) for K-12 students. These learning modules are searchable and browsable by Canada C3 theme, topic/keyword and grade/teaching division. Each teacher contributor and their affiliated school or postsecondary institution are recognized. We will be regularly uploading new learning modules over the coming weeks and months. If you are a teacher interested in contributing a learning module to the Canada C3 Digital Classroom, download the Poster, Guidelines, Lesson Plan Template and Unit Plan Template and send your contributions to

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Featured Spotlight Learning Resources

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Learning Modules

Mi’gmaq Language as a Means of Promoting Indigenous Sustainability

In these lessons, students will use Mi’gmaq information and culture to identify certain medicinal plants and understand their use and importance in a way that demonstrates respect and important Mi’gmaq values. Students will also have an opportunity to discover how plants are important to all living things and are connected to us in many ways....

Hunting and Gathering

These Art lessons will prepare students to display their hunting- and gathering-inspired artwork in a Heritage Fair setting. This will include interview-based research, gathering relevant art pieces, and development of displaying one’s art.

What Is Canada?

This lesson will build upon students’ graphing concepts, whilst exploring our year-long classroom theme, What is Canada? Students will produce bar graphs, first in a guided process as a class, and then in a shared experience in small groups.

Living in the Narrows

“Living in the Narrows – Mapping our Kinship with Land, Water, and Ice” will be our year-long theme in the Grade 5/6 classroom. The class will plan for and go on a winter Aullak (on the land excursion) and a summer Aullak to Eskimo Island, a small island in Hamilton Inlet tucked into the west...

Learning to Write a Formal Persuasive Opinion Letter

This Learning Module assumes students have already had a few classes to research an issue related to their chosen topic. For example, my own students researched the possible economic, social, and environmental impacts of the proposed Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion from Strathcona County, Alberta to Burnaby, British Columbia. Students will use their research...

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