Canadian Immigration Booklist with Downloadable Lapbook

Canadian Immigration Booklist

I have created Canadian Immigration Lapbook Pieces that are available for you to download and use. They use the book Coming to Canada by Susan Hughes as a guide for discovering Immigration in Canada. These pieces are part of the Creative Commons and I am happy to share them with you.

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There are many aspects of Canadian Immigration that you may want to cover by reading stories of our Canadian Immigrants. I hope that this list will inspire you to read more about immigration in our past and present!

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Coming to Canada: Building a Life in a New Land by Susan Hughes

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The Kid’s Book of Canadian Immigration by Deboarah Hodge

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Our New Home: Immigrant Children Speak by Emily Hearn

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The Day I Became a Candian: A Citizenship Scrapbook by Jo Bannatyne-Cugnet

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The Railroad Adventures of Chen Sing by George Chiang

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White Jade Tiger by Julie Lawson

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A Pioneer Story by Barbara Greenwood

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Scared Sarah by Mary Alice Downie

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Underground to Canada by Barbara Smucker

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The Drinking Gourd by F.N. Monjo

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Andrei and the Snow Walker by Larry Warwaruk

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Call Me Aram by Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch

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The Old Brown Suitcase by Lillian Boraks-Nemetz

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The Gnome’s Eye by Anna Kerz

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2 thoughts on “Canadian Immigration Booklist with Downloadable Lapbook

  1. Lonnie says:

    Thanks so much, Natalie. I had told a family about these just at our June portfolio time and it’s like you read my mind as I did not even have to look for them. I use this with one of my boys and next year will be grateful to use with KK.


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