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Well, here's some good news for all you turkey fans. This Monday is the Canadian Thanksgiving, which means a long weekend of feasting with family for the Canucks, while cross-border travelling Americans can seize an opportunity to celebrate twice. Canada's Thanksgiving, officially established in 1879, received some inspiration from the U.S. holiday. However, history implies that the celebration of the harvest actually first began north of the border. When early Europeans came to Canada they brought with them the tradition of giving thanks for their blessings by filling a horn of plenty or cornucopia with agricultural bounty. Arriving in the country in 1578, English navigator Martin Frobisher, held a formal ceremony on the east coast in gratitude for surviving the long expedition. Others arrived in his wake and continued the tradition. In 1621 explorer Samuel de Champlain, along with the French settlers who followed him, held feasts of thanksgiving, also sharing food with their Native neighbours. Halifax citizens held a special day of Thanksgiving in 1763 and Americans, who remained loyal to England, moved to Canada during the revolution and shared their message of Thanksgiving. So in recognition of this meaningful occasion, we are sharing links to some beautiful photos and fun images which convey the sentiments of love and gratitude that are so much a part of this very special holiday, no matter what side of the border you're on. And as you'll want to capture the best moments of your own family time, there is also a link from the New York Institute of Photography telling you how to take those perfect photos.
Stop scrambling for social media content. Vital Imagery is dedicated to making your content marketing the best it can be. Each month we will be preparing a social media content calendar to help with your social media posts and marketing. You will have access to a calendar filled with special dates, holidays, #hashtags and links to images that would be great to use with all your social media platforms.
January is creativity month, so lets start creating great social media content!
Stop scrambling for social media content. Vital Imagery is dedicated to
making your content marketing the best it can be. Each month we will be
preparing a social media content calendar to help with your social media
posts and marketing. You will have access to a calendar filled with
special dates, holidays, #hashtags and links to images that would be
great to use on all your social media platforms.
March is an exciting month with St. Patrick's Day, Friday the 13th and the first day of Spring. Check out this basket of images to help get you ready for March.
Use these #hashtag links to find images to use for special dates in March:
There is currently a lot of uncertainty about how teachers will continue to teach our children while quarantined. Many schools already use products such as Google Classroom, Brightspace from D2L or Blackboard Learn but these are just a few examples of the Learning Management Systems (LMS) currently available.
If you and your students have accessto the internet you can also try using Google Hangouts, Zoom and Skype for live discussions and video lessons.
Vital Imagery specializes in curating over 8 million child-friendly, educational clipart images, photos, worksheets and more through our iCLIPART for Schools website. Use our images to create your own educational materials, presentations and digital communications. Grant access to your students so they can download images to use in their lessons, projects and crafts. By using a source like ours you can ensure that children are not downloading illegal and inappropriate images, not to mention protecting their computers from viruses and ma…