We've got Canada acrostic poem printables in 4 versions to suit all ages - a quick classroom or home activity for kids.
Here's a small collection of worksheets with a Canada theme: two fact-finding worksheets, a map worksheet and a useful map printable.
Find out some facts and locate Canada and its capital on the map of North America on this, the second and more difficult of our Canada worksheets.
Use this finger tracing worksheet with beginner writers, tracing over the letters with your child's forefinger until they feel confident enough to have a go with a crayon or pencil themselves.
There is plenty of practice available for writing the word Canada on our handwriting worksheet! Kids can trace the word a number of times and then try it on their own on the last line.
Learn to write the word "Canada" with the help of this word tracing worksheet, complete with Canadian flag to colour in.
This worksheet, aimed at younger children, asks them to find out and record a few interesting facts about Canada. Built up a set of these worksheets!
The Canadian flag, with its central maple leaf design, makes a perfect exercise in symmetry. Children are asked to draw the missing half of the flag on this worksheet.
Can your children tell a story featuring some Canadian wildlife? This story paper with it's lovely detailed picture is sure to provide inspiration.
Use our CN Tower story paper for creative or factual writing projects to add something a bit different to a Canada inspired project.
Write an acrostic poem dedicated to the maple, whose leaf is a symbol of Canada. There are 4 pages to choose from on our maple acrostic poem printable.
Children can practise early handwriting skills with a tree or Canadian theme twist. Trace out the letters to spell out maple on our maple finger tracing worksheet and then colour in the leaf.
Add a cross curricula element to your handwriting practice with our maple handwriting worksheet. 4 fonts, getting progressively harder, will guide children towards independently writing the word maple.
Children can celebrate Canada or autumn as they have fun practising addition with this maple leaf dice addition activity. Roll two dice, add them up and colour the correct leaf. Compete against the clock or a friend.
Multiplication bump is a fun game to help children practice their times tables. Roll two dice, add them up, multiply by the number on the board and then place your counter on the answerD Don't forget to 'bump off' your opponent if they are there!
This maple leaf symmetry worksheet asks children to complete the leaf with a mirror image of half already there. There are two versions; one with a grid to make it a bit easier and one without for more of a challenge.
There is a leaf to colour and some dotted letters to trace to give lots of pencil control practise on this maple word tracing worksheet, perfect for Canada Day.
We've got 4 varieties of our moose acrostic poem printable here for you to choose from, in the pdf below. Just choose the one that is right for your kids.
Here's a fun handwriting worksheet featuring the word "moose" - with a couple of moose to colour in too!
Write a story about a moose with this fun story paper, available in two styles. Or use it to write down what you have learned about the moose!
Our moose writing page comes in black and white or colour, and is perfect for recording what you learn about the moose.
Why not have a go at writing an acrostic poem using the Mounties as your inspiration! Choose from 4 design variations of page in the printable below.
Learn to form letters with the help of this fun Mountie finger tracing worksheet, complete with colouring page.
There is plenty of handwriting practice available on this fun Mounties themed handwriting worksheet, complete with picture for the kids to colour in.
Use this lovely story paper to write about the Mounties, store notes or make up a story. The kids might like to colour in the picture, too.
Get familiar with the letters in the word "Mountie" with the help of this word tracing handwriting worksheet. Colour in the picture, too.
We thought this writing page might be useful for storing notes, or writing up what you have learned about the Royal Canadian Mounted Police - or Mounties for short.
Use our Mounties story paper to write about the Mounties, journal a parade, or tell an imaginery story.
If you have been lucky enough to visit the Niagara Falls why not get children to record their memories on our story paper. If like most people seeing the real thing is a dream you could use our Niagara Falls story paper to imagine a visit.
Our Oh Canada copywork pages come in three versions - English, French and bilingual. They are a useful way to combine handwriting practice with learning the words!