And class, just before you leave our fun fact of the day is... Did you know that Ontario's economic activities are Water and Lakes, Apples Farming, and Gold Mining?
That is also a good fact Robert, but what about the capital of Ontario is Toronto?
What about the northernmost and southernmost points are 56 degrees N and 44 degrees N?
Don't forget the the northmost and southmost points are 62 degrees N and 45 degrees N.
What about the 3 economic activities are Hydro Electricity, Manufacturing Software, and Aluminium mining?
Before we start practice, lets all state a fact about our home, Quebec.
Well, dad, I know the capital is Quebec City.
Next up, the New Brunswick Group.
Well, to get started, New Brunswick's capital is Fredericton. The northernmost and southernmost points are 48 N, and 44 N. The economic activities include Forestry, electric generation, and manufacturing.
For Ontario I did the powerpoint. The nickname for Ontario is The Heartland Province. The highest point of Ontario is the Ishpatina Ridge. The five largest cities are Toronto, Ottawa, Mississauga, Brampton and Hamilton.
Prince Edward Island
Good one! What about the northernmost and southernmost points are 71 degrees N, and 45 degrees N?
Of course! What about the economic activities are Farming Potatoes, Service Industries, and Brook Trout Fishing?
For Quebec I did the collage. A cool places that I learned about was that a rock named Rocher Perce is one of the largest arches over water. I also learned about the Quebec Bridge, that is one of the largest free span bridges in the world. The last interesting place I learned about Quebec was the Saguenay River, which is a river that drains from Lac Saint Jean and empties out into the gulf of St. Lawrence.
That's great! Now before I head on to work I got a fact for you. The 3 economic activities are Aquaculture, and Natural and Limestone extraction.
For New Brunswick I did the postcard. An interesting fact that I learned about New Brunswick is that there is a hill called Magnetic hill that makes car go upward, but it really is an optical illusion. Another fact that I learned was that Hopewell rocks is actually located right underneath the sea floor. There is also a place in New Brunswick that is a circular bunker used in a war in the 1800s.
Newfoundland and Labrador
That literally has nothing to do with anything.
Wait! Before you kill me did you know the capital of Newfoundland and Labrador is St. Johns? And the northernmost and southernmost points are 60 N, and 49 N? Lastly, the economic activities are iron ore mining, fishing industry, and oil drilling?
For Prince Edward Island I did the Point of Interest. One interesting fact that I learned was that at Argyle Shore Provincial Park, the sand is red because of the sandstone and abundance of iron. Another fact that I learned was this park was inspired by a novel. The last thing that I learned about this park was it sits right next to the Atlanic Ocean.
Hey Bob! Did you know the capital of Prince Edward Island is Charlottetown?
For Nova Scotia I did the float. THe thing that my state is known for is there lobster. 5 words that are related to my state are Halifax, Humpback Whales, Apples, Fishing, and Canadian Shield. Wildlife found in Nova include the following, Striped Skunk, Star-Nosed Mole, and Humpback Whale
Hey Mom! DId you know the capital of Nova Scotia is Charlottetown? ALso the northernmost and southernmost points are 47 N, and 43 N?
For Newfoundland and Labrador I did the National Park. I fact that I learned was that you can ferry to the park. Another fact that I learned was that it is located right through Route 1. Another fact that I learned was that you can see a Snowshoe hare at this park.