The lessons and activities that follow have been
developed using the curriculum outcomes as developed by the Department
of Education, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador for their Social
Studies programs however they are generally applicable to all Social
Studies programs. These activities have been developed for all grade
levels as well as for those that have an interest in anything related to
Newfoundland shipbuilding. For further information on this topic please also consult
our links section of the site. Enjoy the activities and be sure to send
us your feedback.
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