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Monday Minutes: Women In Canadian History

Week Four - Women In Canadian History

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Since I have yet to see any sign of a man around my blog, I decided to dedicate this last quiz to all my readers!  It’s all about women in Canadian history.  Do you know them?

Make sure to leave your name on the bottom of the post once you’ve taken the quiz.

And check out the other three to make sure you receive your free gift.  This quiz challenge is open until March 31.  You can go back and take all the quizzes until that date.  If your name has not been added to the blog posts by then you will miss out on the free gift!

I will contact everyone the first week of April about their free gift.  If you took the Canadian History quizzes and do not hear from me, please contact me!  I would hate for anyone to miss out because of my oversight.  We’re busy packing up to move so things could get lost, just not on purpose!

Congratulations to all who took the time each week to take the quiz.  If you have any questions about the answers please feel free to contact me.  I love talking Canadian History. =)

Canadian History Challenge

Is there still Monday minutes?  YES!  Things have been crazy for the last couple of months with my health and now moving.  I have struggled with getting motivated in writing but I am using the time to re-energize myself with new material.  I am excited to share with you all some new things I’ve been working on that are helping me to keep my focus on what is right: new items for my store (I’ve been busy, just not on here <smile>).

And, yes, we are moving!  It was fast.  Like two weeks fast.  I am looking forward to sharing all about our new home that we are renting (lots of outside space!!!!).  The Lord has truly blessed us.  When I’m tempted to grumble and complain all I have to do is start listing all the ways God has poured blessings on us in the last two months and that temptation slowly fades away.  I am so thankful for health, for getting to hear my husband preach on Wednesday night, for our pastor being healthy enough to be back out yesterday for services, and for the great messages we heard from him!  If I started to share them all this post would last forever.

I hope you all have a wonderful Monday and make sure you don’t forget about the Canadian History quizzes.  You still have time to go back and take the other three!  If you are looking for any resources on Canadian history feel free to contact me.  In the meantime, you can check out one of my favorite blogs for all things homeschool-related:  The Canadian Homeschooler (and for Canadian history specifically click on the link titled: Social Studies)

Previous Quizzes

Week 1 – New World

Week 2 – Moving Forward

Week 3 – Our Prime Ministers

 

Amanda Cunningham

Amanda worked as a full-time school teacher for two years before getting married and having two wonderful kids.She blogs about faith, family, food, and fun.While crafting takes up a lot of her extra time, Amanda also strives to help others through ministry in her church and in the community.Amanda, also known as Mae, works as the church music director and is hoping to start tutoring and teaching music again in the days to come.

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18 thoughts on “Monday Minutes: Women In Canadian History

    1. It’s so fun to learn about these people and the events that happened. Most people don’t enjoy Canadian history and call it boring. So it’s all refreshing to find someone else who enjoys it. I would love to get my hands on copies of Pierre Burton’s history books.

  1. Haha I think you must have just put the last question there so I wouldn’t feel so bad:) Yep, I got one right 🙂 Good fun

    1. Unfortunately, there really isn’t a whole lot of information on women in Canadian history and, although I’m not a huge feminist, I do think they have their place in how they shaped our country.

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