World People Cards Collection 1

As students work with these cards, they'll discover fascinating details about the lives and histories of people around the world.

Collection 1 includes: Africa: Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Zimbabwe Antarctica: Continent card only Asia: Myanmar, China, Indonesia, Thailand Australia & Oceania: Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands Europe: Greece, Norway, Russia, Spain North America: Canada, Guatemala, Mexico, USA South America: Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru

World People Collection 1 Primary 3-6 Cards Plastic
Plastic Cards for the 3-6 Classroom. This material includes 31 cards; 24 photo cards, 7 flag-continent labels. Students match the photo cards with the continent-flag control cards. Includes 31 cards.
World People Collection 1 Primary 3-6 Cards Pdf
PDF Version. Print on Cardstock for work at home! Layout the photo sentence cards under the Flag Cards. Name and read! "Maasai are nomads. They herd cattle." "The Sami herd reindeer north of the Arctic Circle." "Melanesians live in tribes in the Solomon Islands."
World People Collection 1 Elementary Plastic Cards
Plastic Cards for the Elementary Classroom. This material includes 55 cards; 24 photo cards, 7 flag-continent labels and 24 double sided story-question cards.

Younger students can answer the beginning questions with ease! Older students can do further research or express their own beliefs in answering some of the ending questions.
World People Collection 1 Elementary PDF Cards
PDF Version. Print, Laminate and Cut.

Photo Card Sentence reads: "Inuit live in the Arctic in the Territory of Nunavut."

Story Card reads: The Inuit are the natives of the Arctic. They live in parts of Greenland, North Canada, Alaska and North Russia. They migrated from Siberia about 4,500 years ago. They live in settlements. They build igloos which they use in hunting. The government of Canada has given them back their land. It is called Nunavut.

Question Card reads: What continent is the country of Canada in? What symbol is on the flag? Where do the Inuit live? Where did they come from? What is their land in Canada called and how did it originate?