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Giant floor maps: Canadian Geographic Education’s newest set of resources, the giant floor map program, is an innovative approach to teaching Canadian students about geography. It provides students a different type of learning — one that takes them out of the comforts of their classroom and into the great big world of geography.

Tiled maps: Canadian Geographic Education’s tiled maps are free, downloadable pdfs that are designed to encourage students to explore Canada piece by piece.

Lesson Plans: ready-to-use lesson plans on a variety of topics that were written by qualified Canadian Geographic Education teachers and are available for the appropriate curriculum within each provincial and territorial jurisdiction

Classroom Activities: ready-to-use classroom activities on a variety of topics with some using maps produced by Canadian Geographic

Teaching About Geographical Thinking: teachers wanting to engage students in geographical thinking through critical inquiry will find this book a very welcome resource

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Did you know that a 2005 National Survey determined that one-third of adult Canadians can be considered “geographically illiterate”?

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