Saturday, July 1, 2017

Canada Day Word Search Printable

Today marks Canada's 150th birthday.  July 1st 1867 was when confederation took place. Originally it was only Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Canada (before confederation, Ontario and Quebec was known as Upper Canada {english} and Lower Canada {French}; upon confederation it was split into two provinces now known as Ontario and Quebec)

Over time more provinces and territories joined to become the Canada we know today.

We will be celebrating our nations birthday at home with friends. We host a bbq every year, some years are bigger than others, but always lots of fun.

We were red and white, have sparklers for the kids, play Frisbee, soccer, football and tag. Sit around chatting and laughing and eating lots of food.

I hope that you are having fun this Canada Day as well - however that may be. If you are looking for some dessert ideas, check out my Canada Day dessert round up.

Feel free to print out this Canada themed word search PDF for the kids to do. It might keep them occupied for a few minutes.

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