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1. The largest birch bark boat created in Canada was called………

  • The Dugout Canoe
  • The Montreal Canoe
  • The Pacific Coast Canoe

2. The main mode of transportation on the prairies was…..

  • Horses
  • Horse and Buggy
  • Walking

3. What material was used across Canada to construct canoes?

  • Paper birch bark
  • Redwood
  • White Cedar

4. When making a canoe, spruce gum was used for….

  • Binding Seams
  • Sealing
  • Chewing

5. Before the Europeans introduced beads, ribbon and buttons, many Aboriginal women used __________ _______ to decorate clothing.

  • Coloured rocks
  • Goose Down
  • Porcupine quills

6. What type of canoe was used in costal regions?

  • Shallow Canoe
  • Dugout Canoe
  • Outrigger Canoe

7. The scientific principles of _________ and _____ are important to canoe design.

  • Buoyancy and drag
  • Drag and streamline
  • Streamline and buoyancy

8. To caulk something is to…

  • cook it until it is very well done
  • make waterproof by filling the seams or joints
  • shave down the rough edges


1. Montreal Canoe
2. Walking
3. Paper birch bark
4. Sealing
5. porcupine quills
6. Dugout Canoe
7. Buoyancy and drag
8. make waterproof by filling the seams or joints

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