Found in the Northern portion of North America, Canada is a country rich in oil resources and land. Canada has thirteen percent of the world’s global oil reserves which is larger in frozen form. This makes it second only to Saudi Arabia. In addition, Canada has many metal natural resources mainly lead, nickel, and zinc. In terms of space, it the second largest country by total area. About forty million people call Canada home. As a country their citizens speak mainly on of two languages English and French (their official national language). Canada is made up of ten provinces and 3 territories. The worksheets below will help you explore all these places. Canada is located just north of the United States, on the other side of the 49th parallel. While many countries initially claimed land in Canada, it was primarily owned (and fought over) by France and England.
We will examine all the different regions of Canada using a wide range of discovery activities. You will start with a reading that covers all the major aspects of the provinces and territories. You will be provided with a blank map of each and be asked to highlight all the attractions, major cities, and resources in those regions. We ill will also provide you with a high definition map that makes everything more obvious as a reference. If you are looking for full maps, check the complete country of Canada maps at the bottom of this page. This collection of worksheets explores the history, geography, industry, etc. of each of the Canadian providences and territories, offering short reading passages, maps, and two questionnaires for each. Answer keys have also been provided for the questionnaires. Fun Fact: The United States and Canada share the world’s longest international border (5,525 miles) and the world’s shortest international bridge (Zavikon Island – 32 feet).