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Canada Arts and Crafts
We cut little beavers out of brown fun foam. Cut a hole on his stomach and we glue a Canadian nickel in the hole so the picture of the beaver is showing.
We cut out a maple leaf out of orange fun foam. Then cut a larger red maple leaf for the back. Cut a hole in the orange leaf then glue a Canadian penny in the hole with the maple picture showing. Then glue the red maple leaf to the back.
Canadian Stamp Map
Cut out a small shape of Canada on a piece of cardboard. Then glue lots of Canadian stamps on it. Then modge-podge it to seal it.
Provide the colors and shapes from construction paper to make the Canadian flag and let the children assemble and glue together. Add a paint stirrer for the flagpole.
Canada Recipes and Snacks
Canada Flag Cake
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Chill Time: 2 hours
Line bottom of 13×9 inch baking pan with pound cake slices. Prepare 2 pkg each JELL-O Strawberry Jelly Powder according to “30 minute Set Method.” Stir in 2 cups crushed or sliced strawberries. Spread over cake slices. Spread thawed Cool Whip topping on top of jelly mixture. Chill for 2 hours. Garnish with additional sliced strawberries arranged to resemble Canadian Flag. Makes 15 servings.
TIP:Cut out pattern of maple leaf. Place in center of cake and trace leaf pattern using a toothpick. Place a strawberry tip in each leaf point and arrange remaining strawberries to fill in leaf space.
1 tbsp. White sugar
½ cup warm water (120F)
1 package (or 1 tbsp.) Dry yeast
1/4 cup vegetable oil
21/3 cups warm water
1 tsp salt
4 tbsp. White sugar
5 to 8 cups flour
Dissolve & mix together the ingredients for the yeast mixture in a small bowl and set aside. Mix other ingredients in a large bowl (except flour), then add yeast mixture and mix. Add flour 1 cup at a time until a smooth dough forms. Knead dough, then let it stand (covered with a tea towel) for 1 ½ hours so dough can rise. Form dough into balls about the size of eggs, then roll flat, making ovals about 1/8 to 1/4 inch thick.
Heat oil to 350F in deep fryer, pot or electric frying pan. Fry”Beaver Tails” one at a time until light brown on both sides. Place on paper towels to drain, then sprinkle with white sugar, cinnamon and lemon juice while still hot – and ENJOY!
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