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Nb facts pp with  sound
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Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
Nb facts pp with  sound
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Mr. McGuire's Grade 3 class has developed a Powerpoint entitled, "The New Brunswick 21 Questions Quest." Our goal in Grade 3 at KCS is to learn about our province in a way that we can teach it to …

Mr. McGuire's Grade 3 class has developed a Powerpoint entitled, "The New Brunswick 21 Questions Quest." Our goal in Grade 3 at KCS is to learn about our province in a way that we can teach it to others. We believe our Picture Province is worth sharing with other people because it is beautiful, fun, and historic. We have just established contact with a Grade 3 class in Madrid, Spain and hope to share and exchange our culture and way of life with them! Enjoy!

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  • 1. KCS’s Grade 3 Presents … The N.B. 21 Questions Quest
  • 2. Our Goal <ul><li>Our goal in Grade 3 at KCS is to learn about our province in a way that we can teach it to others. </li></ul>We believe our Picture Province is worth sharing with other people because it is beautiful, fun, and historic. We hope you come and visit us someday!
  • 3. New Brunswick Facts <ul><li>1. Capital city: Fredericton </li></ul><ul><li>2. The largest of 3 Maritime provinces </li></ul><ul><li>3. Nicknamed: “The Picture Province” </li></ul><ul><li>4. Provincial flower: The Purple Violet </li></ul><ul><li>5. Official bird: The Black-Capped Chickadee </li></ul><ul><li>6. Population is currently 757, 000 </li></ul>
  • 4. We had many questions about New Brunswick. So, we decided to get to the bottom of it all. <ul><li>Here they are: </li></ul>
  • 5. 1. When did New Brunswick become a province? Originally, New Brunswick was part of Nova Scotia. The American Revolution caused a large number of Loyalist settlers to push for the creation of a new province. On September 10th, 1784 New Brunswick officially became a province. More than 80 years later, in 1867, New Brunswick joined other provinces to join the Dominion of Canada.
  • 6. 2. Who were the 1 st people to settle in New Brunswick? The Mikmaq and Maliseet people were among the first to settle in this area. The Europeans came thousands of years later.
  • 7. 3. Who was the founder of NB? Samuel de Champlain
  • 8. 4. Where did we get the symbols on our flag?
  • 9. Our Flag <ul><li>The symbols on the New Brunswick flag were officially created on February 24, 1965. </li></ul>The gold lion on the red background represents the coat of arms and shares ties with Germany and Britain. The galley, with oars in the water, represents New Brunswick&apos;s early seafaring industry.
  • 10. 5. What do all the symbols on the Coat of Arms mean? <ul><li>COAT OF ARMS : In the center, the provincial shield of arms displays (in a fashion similar to that of the provincial flag) a golden lion at the top and an ancient oared galley riding waves below. Above the shield is an Atlantic salmon carrying a royal crown on its back, on a coronet with four maple leaves, which rests on a helmet. Supporting the shield are antlered white-tailed deer on both the right and the left, each with a collar of Maliseet wampum; from the collar of the deer on the left hangs a small shield displaying the Union Jack (the flag of Great Britain), while the other deer&apos;s shield has three fleur-de-lys on a blue background. Beneath the shield the provincial motto appears on a scroll, with a grassy mound, purple violets, and fiddleheads. </li></ul>
  • 11. 6. What are the cities of NB? Fredericton Saint John Moncton Edmundston Bathurst Campbellton Mirimichi Woodstock
  • 12. 7. What was the first city founded in NB? Saint John was Canada’s 1 st city!
  • 13. 8. What is the weather like in New Brunswick? SPRING is beautiful and pleasant. The snow melts away when the sun comes out and flowers and fruit begin their blossom and bloom. Time to get the nicer clothes out. SUMMER is sunshine where hot and long days present endless choices. Spend a some time on the beach having a cold treat while the wind plays with your hair and the waves tickle your toes. AUTUMN is bursting with colours and children jump in beds of fallen leaves. Farmers markets provide delicious foods in the most beautiful place on earth in the fall. WINTER is the season when holiday cheer is near and fun outdoor activities take place amongst snowy backdrops. Find a spot in front of a warm fire and sip on a cup of hot cocoa and sing carols to warm your soul. NB Summers Click the link to watch a video on NB summers!
  • 14. 9. What are NB’s natural resources? <ul><li>Trees </li></ul>Minerals Bismuth Gold &amp; Silver Potash Gypsum Salt Fish and Farms Salmon Muscles Scallops Potatoes Dairy Poultry Pulp and Paper Christmas Trees Hardwoods Softwoods Zinc Lead Copper Cadmium Coal Water! and… Natural Gas
  • 15. 10. Where does NB rank in Canadian province populations? <ul><li>8 th </li></ul>at 757 000 people
  • 16. 11. What is the land of New Brunswick like? Breathtaking rolling hills… … covered with luscious trees.
  • 17. 12. What are some of NB’s Natural Wonders? Hartland Covered Bridge Hopewell Rocks Bay of Fundy The Appalachian Mountains Kouchibouquac National Park
  • 18. 13. Are there any provincial fruits or vegetables? Fiddleheads! And…
  • 19. Potatoes!
  • 20. 14. Why do we have the largest tides in the world? <ul><li>It’s simple… The Funnel Effect </li></ul>Water gains more momentum as it rushes into a small space. The water rises up very high as a result.
  • 21. The Funnel Effect
  • 22. 15. What do people in New Brunswick like to do? Hockey Snowboarding Lacrosse Skiing Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival Whale Watching Fishing Swimming Canoeing Camping Snowshoeing
  • 23. 16. What annual festivals occur in New Brunswick? Here is a link that you can follow that will lead you to New Brunswick’s website. Find all of NB’s amazing annual festivals listed by month. New Brunswick&apos;s Festival Website
  • 24. 17. Are there any famous inventors from NB? Wallace Turnbull The variable-pitch propeller The Ganong Brothers The chicken bone candy
  • 25. Robert T. Mawhinney The Dump Box for trucks Abraham Gesner The Kerosene lamp Robert Foulis Steam Foghorn And Many More!
  • 26. 18. Are there any cool animals found in New Brunswick? Whales Frogs Owls Caribou Salmon Deer Geese Ducks Beavers Woodpeckers Foxes Cougars Eagles Wolves Bears Bass Moose Snakes Coyotes
  • 27. 19. What is New Brunswick’s official language? We actually have… 2 … and we’re the only bilingual province in Canada! French and English
  • 28. 20.Who designed the Canadian flag? A New Brunswicker! Former Lieutenant- Governor George F. Stanley George F. Stanley
  • 29. 21. Do New Brunswick students learn in new, innovative ways? This link tells it all… In fact, this PowerPoint will be outdated soon after you’ve read it. New Brunswick 21st Century Learning
  • 30. Thank you for visiting our New Brunswick 21 Questions Quest! We hope you come and visit our beautiful province soon. Mr. McGuire’s Grade 3 Social Studies class

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