Canadian Geography Game {Printable}

Want a fun way to learn and review what you know about the Canadian provinces? Here’s a matching game!

Canadian geography card game - Match the flag, flower, capital, and map to the right province/territory.

Included for each province and territory is a set of four cards that show a map, the flower, the flag, and the capital city. Print and cut out each card – probably on cardstock for added durability, and then match them up.

Use the cards that make the most sense for your learning activities. For example, if the flower or the flag don’t really matter to you – don’t use them.

You can start off simple, only using the main province name card and a set of the capital cities only. After that has been mastered, add in a new set of cards. If you want an added challenge, use the extra cards I’ve included at the end that feature other well-known cities and images to make it more complicated.

This can even be played as a multi-person game. Each person can take a province or territory, and the flag, city, map, and flower cards are turned upside down on the table. Draw a card and see if it’s yours! First person to find all four of their cards – wins!

Now available in my resources store for only $2.99.

3 Comment(s)

  • by Jenn Posted October 13, 2015 9:13 pm

    Hi!! Can you help me out some how? I love your matching pieces, and I’d like to use them for our project. We are designing mini-booklets for each province: the cover is the flag, and each page within the book has an icon or fact. The booklets are just a bit smaller than the size of a hockey card, because we will display them in a hockey card collector’s album sleeve. I’ve hit a rut though actually locating clip-art all the same size for some uniformity. If you could help out at all, I’d love to have your clip-art exactly, and size it up to slightly-smaller-than-a-hockey-card (and we will display them horizontally instead of vertically). Let me know if you think you can help! Thanks for all the FANTASTIC content!

    • by LisaMarie Posted October 15, 2015 9:00 am

      Hi Jenn,
      This is a project for your own kids? Sound cute! πŸ™‚ Honestly, I found the images online at some free image websites like pixabay.com and freeimages.com and then just cropped or resized to fit as needed. It took some searching, but if you are looking for stuff you can use yourself only, you can probably just google search and print anything you’d like because you won’t be as bound by copyright laws as I am when I’m distributing and sharing things!
      I hope that helps a little. πŸ™‚
      Lisa Marie.

  • by Kim A. Posted October 15, 2015 8:21 pm

    Thanks so much! We have Canada on our study radar for next year so I will add this to my list of great resources!!

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