The purpose of this Web page is to introduce you to many of the Explorers who were part of Early Canada's history.
The following links come from all over the World Wide Web and represent a variety of viewpoints.
Each of the activities will help you gain a better understanding about the role they played in the discovery of Canada.
Why do you think Cartier kidnapped two sons of the Iroquois chief
Imagine the world that Donnacona's son's were used to and what it would have been like for them to go to France. Write three sentences
describing that voyage to France, from the perspective of Donnacona's sons.
Why was Cartier's second voyage (1535-1536) so important?
Click on the different images of the Half Moon. Write a five sentences descriptive paragraph, describing the appearance of Henry Hudson's ship, the Half Moon.
While exploring this sampler on Explorers of Canada, we hope you've had fun and learned about the important role Explorers had in the beginning of Canada. Since there is so much
information in this first module, go back and explore some of the other links. Be prepared to tell what you have learned and think about how this piece of Canada's history affects our life today.
Content by Brenda Dyck, firstname.lastname@example.org
Last revised Mon Apr 25 13:00:16 US/Pacific 2005