I will be continuing to work on this unit over the next few months, but feel free to use my products at any point. If you look further into my blog, you will notice I am planning to do a Canadian Resources linky party. If you're interested in participating, let me know by commenting below. Once I have at least five interested teachers, I'll open the party up!
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Now to the worksheets:
Here are a couple images, but please click the link for the entire file of 8 pages. There will probably be about 10 parts to this unit!
I'm including this as part of Manic Monday at Classroom Freebies.