Ontario - Grade 6 - Social Studies - FULL YEAR BUNDLE

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FULL YEAR BUNDLE! 325+ worksheets and your entire social studies year planned! This bundle covers all expectations in the Ontario Social Studies Grade 6 Curriculum.

Students will practice literacy skills when demonstrating their understanding of the subject material. These sheets were made for cross-curricular connections between language and social studies. Students will make connections, infer, support their answers with evidence from the text, and summarize. Each worksheet contains a reading followed by questions for them to demonstrate their learning. Students will enjoy the matching, true or false, and multiple choice questions.

Strand A: Communities in Canada, Past and Present

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • The Numbered Treaties – Effect on Indigenous Communities
  • Treaties in Ontario – Which Treaty Agreement Covers My Community?
  • Early life in my community – settlers and indigenous communities
  • Indian Act – Effect on Indigenous Communities
  • Residential Schools – Readings and research assignment
  • National Aboriginal Veterans Monument - National Indigenous Peoples Day
  • Indigenous Group of Seven – Fighting for indigenous art and culture
  • Haudenosaunee Confederacy – Impact on the Canadian government structure
  • Expulsion of the Acadians – conflict between British and French communities
  • Immigration to Canada – Push and Pull Factors
  • Immigration Act – Discrimination towards certain ethnicities
  • Chinese Head Tax
  • Japanese Interments
  • Anti-Asian Riots in British Columbia
  • Life as a French and British Settler
  • Land use in New France and British North American
  • The Catholic Church – Schools and religion in Early Canada
  • Irish Settlers – Culture and building the canals
  • Metis and Irish – Bannock and Red River Jig (Fiddling)
  • Home Children
  • African Canadians – Slavery and the Underground Railroad
  • Doukhobours in Canada – discrimination against a religious group
  • The Famous Five – Women’s suffrage (right to vote)
  • Urbanization – communities in the city versus in rural areas
  • Labour unions – communities improving working conditions
  • Inuit community – creation of Nunavut
  • Inclusion in Canada – our rights and freedoms
  • Canada’s national symbols – the beaver and the maple leaf
  • Research assignment – early life in your community
  • The Early Jewish Community in Canada – First Jewish settler and first synagogue
  • Equal rights for Jewish people – 1832
  • Jewish immigration to Canada – factors including WWI and WWII as well as the Holocaust
  • The National Holocaust Monument and the Special Envoy – Preserving Holocaust Remembrance
  • Discriminatory laws against Jewish people – Quota System, Continuous Journey Regulation
  • Newspaper article – Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital Opens Doors to Serve Jewish Community (1923)
  • Unit test
  • Answer pages for all activities


Strand B: Canada's Interactions with Global Community

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • What is the global community
  • Canada’s trading partners
  • Imports and exports
  • Canada’s top imports and exports
  • Free trade and tariffs
  • NAFTA – free trade relationship with Mexico and the USA
  • USMCA – Replacing NAFTA
  • Mapping Canada’s trading partners
  • Latitude and longitude
  • The latitude and longitude of Canada’s trading partners
  • Proximity of Canada’s trading partners – Great Lakes region
  • Drawbacks of international trade – loss of manufacturing jobs, invasive species (zebra mussels)
  • Intergovernmental organizations (IGOs)
  • G20, United Nations, International Criminal Court (ICC), International Labour Organization (ILO), WHO
  • The WHOs response to the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Other epidemics – Zika and Ebola
  • Climate change – global response
  • Newspaper article – Canada joins the Kyoto Accord in 1998
  • Newspaper assignment – write an article about why Canada withdrew from the Kyoto Accord
  • Canada working with other countries – Paris Agreement
  • Military alliances – pros and cons
  • NATO and NORAD alliances
  • Peacekeeping operations in Afghanistan
  • NGOs – how they operate and who they help
  • Ryan’s Well, Doctors Without Borders, World Vision and more
  • Earthquake in Haiti Relief – Canadian government response and Canada Red Cross
  • Assignments – Researching NGOs and IGOs
  • Genocide – the Holocaust
  • Escaping the Holocaust – Canada’s reaction
  • “None is too many” – stance Canada had on immigration
  • The MS St. Louis – rejecting Jewish passengers
  • The Evian Conference – failure to help Jewish refugees
  • Canada’s commitment to human rights – Universal Human Rights document
  • Changing the criminal code in Canada – making it against the law to promote hate/genocide
  • Canada accepts over 60,000 Vietnamese refugees – Vietnam War
  • Canada stands up against South Africa in the Apartheid boycott
  • Blog post – understanding Bill C-19: Making it illegal to deny the Holocaust happened
  • Answer pages for all activities
  • Unit Test

***Answer Pages for all worksheets are included

This is a comprehensive bundle that will save you hours of planning! It has been tested and found effective in helping students achieve the learning goals in the social studies curriculum.