These Canadian Province/Territory Unit Studies are designed to help children learn the geography of Canada and learn factual information about every province or territory. These studies are great for children in the public and private education system as well as homeschooled children.
Print the Map of Canada and color each province or territory as you study it. Keep map at the front of your notebook for use with each study.
Print the Territory Information Sheet and fill in the information as you find it.
Print the Nunavut Map and fill in the capital, large cities and attractions that you find.
Answer the following questions on lined paper in complete sentences.
- Capital City What is the capital?
- Territorial Flag What are the colors of the flag and what do they symbolize?
- Territorial Coat of Arms What animals are on the coat of arms?
- Territorial Motto What is Nunavut's motto and what does it mean?
- Territorial Floral Emblem What is the floral emblem of Nunavut?
- Territorial Bird What is new territorial bird?
Nunavut Word Search - Find the Nunavut related words.
Fun in the Kitchen - Try this Aboriginal snack - Tsaibesa's Bannock.
Nunavut Symbols Quiz - How much do you remember?
Nunavut '99 - Changing the Map of Canada.
Climate - Learn about the climate of Nunavut.
Weather Forecast - Compare the weather of Nunavut to the weather where you live.
Inuktitut Language - Inuktitut is the traditional language of the Inuit.
Inuit Games - the Inuit play a wide array of very unusual and entertaining sports and games.
Nunuvut License Plates - See the new license plates for Nunavut.
Food of Nunavut- Care for some caribou and musk-ox jerky?
Inuit Legends -The Man Who became a Caribou.
Learning Through Art - Kids views of Nunavut. Create your own picture.
Claire and her Grandfather activities:Cool Stuff - Aboriginal contributions and inventions.
Nunavut: Canada's Third Territory 'North of 60' - Activity Booklet.
Through Mala's Eyes - Learn more about the history, customs and traditions of Inuit in Canada.
Borax Crystal Snowflake- Grow a snowflake in a jar.
Travel in Northwest Territories and Nunavut - What would we do if we didn't have roads?
Courtesy of Territory of Nunavut