We have some fun facts about Canada that kids will love! How much do you know about Canada? Let’s find out! These interesting facts about Canada and Canadian history will teach kids about the second-largest country by total area. We put these facts in two printable facts for kids worksheets. Just print the Canada facts worksheets, grab your crayons, and enjoy at home or in the classroom.

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Let’s learn some fun facts about Canada!

canada facts Worksheet FOR KIDS

You probably already know that Canada is home to great lakes, and beautiful natural resources, and shares Niagara Falls with United States. But that isn’t all! Keep reading to learn about some other facts about Canada. Download and print the Canada facts worksheet for kids by clicking the green button:

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Canada Facts You Should Know

  1. Canada is a country in the North American continent. It has ten provinces and three territories that extend from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean and into the Arctic Ocean.
  2. Canada has 2 official languages, French and English, but Mandarin, Cantonese, and Punjabi, among others, are widely spoken.
  3. The name Canada comes from the Huron-Iroquois (North American indigenous people) word “kanata”, which means “village” of “settlement.”
  4. With a total area of 3,855,100 square miles (9,984,670 square kilometers), Canada is the second largest country in the world.
  5. It would take four and a half years to walk the length of Canada’s coastline.
  6. The current population of Canada is 38,624,897, about 0.5% of the world’s total.
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Did you know these facts about Canada?
  1. The maple leaf is a national identity symbol, even in the Canadian flag.
  2. Quebec is the world leader in maple syrup production and is recognized around the world.
  3. Montreal and Quebec City have a significant French influence. Before 1763, most of the province was part of New France and had many French immigrants; as a result, the common language was French.
  4. Quebec’s old Town is the only walled city in North America whose walls still exist. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1985.
  5. Some famous Canadians are Justin Bieber, Keanu Reeves, Alanis Morissette, and Rachel Mcadams.
  6. The town of Churchill, Manitoba, is often referred to as the “polar bear capital of the world.” More than 1,200 polar bears move through the area each year.

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This pdf file includes two coloring sheets loaded with Canada facts that you don’t want to miss. Print as many sets as needed and give them to friends or family!

More Canada Facts facts

  1. Canada has the largest lakes in the world, with the Great Bear Lake and Great Slave Lake located in the Northwest Territories.
  2. New Brunswick is another Canadian province in the Maritimes region, known for its natural beauty.
  3. British Columbia is a province in western Canada known for its stunning landscapes, including the Canadian Rockies and coastal rainforests.
  4. First Nations people are the Indigenous people of Canada, with a rich and diverse cultural heritage dating back thousands of years.
  5. The Canadian Shield is a large area of exposed Precambrian rocks that covers much of central and eastern Canada.
  6. Baffin Island, Victoria Island, and Ellesmere Island are three of the largest islands in Canada, located in the Arctic region.


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    1. Thanks for letting us know! I have fixed it and you should be able to download the Canada facts worksheets for kids now. Sorry for the delay.