Exploring the Human Body with Minecraft: Education Edition

A Minecraft: Education Edition Crate Designed for Grade 4-6 Students

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Activity 1

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The Amazing Human Body

Honourable mentions

The Canadian Pacific Railway was one of Sir John A. Macdonald's great visions. - Alejandro

The CPR is a railway built by Sir John A. Macdonald to prevent Americans from claiming land. - Alex

The Canadian Pacific Railway was built to connect all of the colonies of Canada to each other. It went to connect the East Coast to the West Coast. This railway was a dream of Sir John A. Macdonald, which he accomplished during his time as Canada's Prime Minister. - Bansri

A railway was built across Canada, and it was Sir John A. Macdonald's vision. - Britain

The CPR is the Canadian Pacific Railway that Sir John A. Macdonald promised to build to connect British Colombia with the rest of Canada in the East. - David

A railway that John A Macdonald was making to connect all the colonies in Canada. - Dawson

The Canadian Pacific Railway is known for tourism and immigration. Also, it runs through Canada. - Elle

I know that the CPR was incorporated on February 16, 1881. - Jackson

The C.P.R. stands for the Canadian Pacific Railway. - Jayda

The Canadian Pacific Railway was a railway connecting Ontario to British Columbia because they were so far away and needed to connect since they did not feel safe from the Americans that were planning a war. - Jessica

The railway was a railway that connected BC to Ontario. - Lachlan

The Canadian Pacific Railway was built because of John A. Macdonald's promise to British Columbia. He promised that if he built the railway, it would be built to connect British Columbia, and they would join the Confederation of Canada. - Maya

I know that the Canadian Pacific Railway is a railroad that would connect British Columbia to the rest of Canada, built by John A. Macdonald. - Nathan

The Canadian Pacific Railway was a promise that Sir John A. Macdonald promised to people, and it was going to go over Indigenous-owned land. - Nicolas

It is a railway across Canada to connect the provinces. - Nikola

The CP Railway is a railway that was built to connect the east coast to the west coast, used for trading and transporting goods. - Robert

The Canadian Pacific Railway was a railway that Sir John A. Macdonald used to unite British Columbia to the other provinces. - Tori

It is a railway built across Canada. - Zayneb

It is a giant railway that goes from Montreal, Quebec to Vancouver, British Columbia. - Jeremy

Trestle bridges were used to bring the track over swampy areas, deep ravines and other treacherous landscapes. It used a lot of dynamite. It involved a lot of manual labour. - Inglis Grade 6 & 8

The Canadian Pacific Railway is a railway that was built in 1881 by George Stephen to connect to Canada and the United States of America. - Brittani and Raiven

It is a Canadian Class I railway incorporated in 1881. - Bryce

The CP Railway is a railway that travels all around Canada. - Brynn, Abigail, Reid

The CP Railway was built in 1881 and was used to transport people and items across Canada. The CP Railway was built by Chinese labourers. - Chase

They hired people, like Chinese and Canadian labourers, but they didn't really pay the Chinese labourers that much. They built it with manual labour. - Justin

They hired a lot of Chinese labourers, did not treat them well, paid them very little, and a lot of them died building it. - Lilly, Jessa, Chloe

The CP Railway is a railway that runs through Canada and was created by John A. Macdonald. - Michaela, Keyra, Gabe

The Canadian Pacific Railway is the main Canadian railway. Chinese labourers built it by hand and were put in dangerous situations. They didn't get paid well but other people did. - Nicole

The Canadian Pacific Railway is the coast-to-coast rail that connects each side of Canada together, built in 1881. The Canadian Pacific Railway was built mostly by Chinese labourers. - Seth and Rylee

CP Railway is a railway that goes across Canada. The CP Railway was handmade. - Torrin, Prea, Damon

They had people with big hammers and lots of immigrants helping, and they would blast rocks away from mountains. - Grady, Tyler, Aaliyah, Liam

The CPR was built by many people, including Chinese settlers. They were blowing rock away and setting down the railroad ties. It took long, hard work getting through five years of railway building. - Kacey, Addison, Colby, Burke

A railroad that reaches from Ontario to BC. - Mairyn, Alli, Micayla, Karlee

The railways were built by hundreds of people, and they had to clear all the trees and they even blasted through mountains. - Trayten, Daniel, Nolan, Alina, Johny

The Canadian Pacific Railway is a railway from one side of Canada to the other side of Canada, as transportation to connect provinces. It was handmade by Canadians and Chinese with wood and some metal. - Emmett

The Canadian Pacific Railway is a railway that connects the east coast to the west coast of Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway was built by people with shovels and other tools. - Kiera And Kayanna

The CP Railway was built for Canadians to travel. The CP Railway was built by many immigrants. - Cohen and Alex

People built the railway using tools with their hands. 🙂 - Madison and Tamaya

Activity 2

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The Human Eye

Honourable mentions

What equity means to me is treating others the same or equal no matter your race or your gender, and just treating others the way you would want to be treated. - Nicolas

What equity means to me is being fair to all and giving them what they need to succeed. - Elle

For me, equity means to be fair, not by giving everyone the same thing, but actually by giving people what they need. For example, if I had never done skiing in my entire life and a pro skier decided he wanted to race with me, and they gave us both one hour to get ready, I don't think that would be very fair. - Connor

Equity means everyone has what they need to succeed, and equality means everyone has the same thing. - Tori

The quality of being fair and impartial. - Blayden

To treat everyone fairly. - Jayson

The quality of being fair. - Bryce

Equity means to be fair and have freedom from bias or favouritism. - Nicole

The quality of being fair and impartial. - Karli

The definition of equity is the quality of being impartial and fair. - Michaela, Keyra, Gabe

Equity is being fair and impartial. - Isaiah, Klara, Logan

Everyone being treated equally no matter what. - Lainey, Alex, Landon

Equal human rights. - Brynn, Abigail

All people being equal and having complete fairness between people. - Rylee

All people are equal and have complete fairness between people. - Brittani

Freedom and rights. - Torrin

Equity is giving people what they need. - Bronan

Equity is like equality, being included and not discluding others, which includes respecting others and giving them their rights. - Colby, Liam, Burke, Trayten

To me equity means acceptance and equality to others' rights and beliefs. - Kacey, Grady, Aaliyah, and Addison

Being fair and impartial. - Demi, Mairyn, Allison, Alina, Audrina

Equity means to be fair and treat others equally. - Tamaya and Madison

Equity means to be fair and getting the chance of fairness. - Kayanna And Kiera

Equity is being fair and equal. - Grade 6/8 Inglis School

Activity 3

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The Circulatory System

Honourable mentions

Feathers. In Indigenous culture, feathers symbolize respect, and we need to respect Indigenous Peoples in order to move forward and reconcile our past. - Alex

I think to make something right, you need to take ownership and think about how you did something wrong. You also need to behave and change and make sure you don't do it again. - Amrinder

I can make something right by always retrying over again and understanding what went wrong. - Angelina

When I do something wrong, I take a step back and reflect on what I'm doing and take time to apologize to fix my mistakes. - Ashton

Some symbols that could represent truth and reconciliation are the colour orange, the peace symbol, a flame, the white, yellow, black, and red quadrants, orange or white feathers, and the detailed fish. - Ayushi

To make something right after doing a wrong, you will have to try to do something in return for the wrong. - Bakhrom

I think to make something right, you need to apologize and recognize what you did wrong. - Elle

Some symbols that can represent the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission are feathers, any form of nature, or an animal. - Emma

To make something right, you must apologize and make sure the issue doesn't happen again. - Estelle

If you do something wrong, the best thing to do to make it right is to apologize and try your best to fix your mistake. - Freya

I built a monument with two chairs facing each other and a red candle on one chair, and on the other chair, there is a white candle. There is also a sphere in the middle representing the future peace between Canadians and the Indigenous. - Jessica

The eagle feather because it represents freedom. That is one of the symbols that is important. - Kunsh

The way you can make something right is by putting in the work to make it better and doing everything in your power to do it. - Kyle

You do what you can to fix it. I think you have to take a step back and go in a separate direction from what was wrong. - Liam

Acknowledge the wrongdoing, accept the consequences, apologize and move on once everyone is ready. - Matthew

A symbol you could use to represent the work of truth and reconciliation could be a feather. - Nicolas

To make something right, you have to apologize, and not just mean it but be better. Apologies are empty if there's no change to follow up. - Nuer

How you right a wrong is by acknowledging what you did, apologising, and fixing your behaviour because words mean nothing if no action is taken and no improvement is seen. - Robert

The eagle feather is used as a symbol of truth, power and freedom. - Teodora

I built a turtle. I chose this turtle because the turtle represents truth, and I believe that being truthful about our past, acknowledging it and accepting it, will be the first step to a better relationship with Canada and Indigenous Peoples. - Robert

Understand what you have done wrong and try to make it better. - Alex, Lainey, Landon

When you do a wrong, apologize and do more rights than the wrongs. - Rylee, Brittani, Raven, Seth

Undo your mistake, try to fix it, restart. - Jessa

Talk with your partners to make it right. - Bronan

Say sorry, show you are sorry, have a sincere apology. - Klara, Logan

Apologize and own up to it and make it right. - Justin

Find a solution and own up to what you did and apologize. - Nicole

Apologize then make it better. - Bryce

When you make a mistake you can try again to fix your mistake. - Alex

You can confess and apologize to help make it right - Nolan, Trayten, Johnny

Apologize and talk it out. - Demi, Mairyn, Alli, Audrina

Say sorry and make them happy. - Karlee, Serenity

Consider and recognize what you have done wrong, put in your best effort to try to make it right and move on. - Colby, Burke, Kacey, Addison

Honesty, forgiveness, admit to your mistakes. - Grady, Aaliyah, Liam, Tyler

Activity 4

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The Heart Chamber

Honourable mentions

To make change means you are making a difference in the world. - Elle

A change is a difference, good or bad. - Estelle

Fixing a problem or making things better. - Bronan, Chase & Treavon

To do something different for the world that makes it a better place. - Lainey, Alex, Landon

Change means doing something different than what you did before, like Viola Desmond, she fought for people's rights and she made great change. - Michaela, Keyra, Gabe

Viola Desmond, Olivia Chow, Helen Armstrong, Stella Bowle. - Lainey, Alex, Landon

Viola Desmond and Terry Fox. - Lilly

Changing something for the better. - Justin

Making a difference in someone's life. - Nicole

To do something different or better. - Amy, Josh, Destin

To make something different in a better way or a breakthrough, a good difference. - Avery

Hayley Wickenheiser. - Julienne

Rick Hansen. - Jayson

Activity 5

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Cells

Honourable mentions

I'm interested in Canada's history in wars. - Alejandro

I'm interested in war history. - Amrinder

I am most interested in World War 1 and World War 2. - Annabelle

I am interested in WW2. - Avery

I am most interested in the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway. - Bansri

I am interested in war history. - Ben

Our involvement in the world wars. - Carter

I am interested in Canada's involvement in the world wars and other wars. - David

I am interested in the history of how women got their rights. - Elle

I'm interested in WW1. - Jack

I like reading books about world wars and some moments in history like 9/11. There is a book named Ground Zero, which is one of the books I love, and this is what I am interested in, specific moments in history. - Kunsh

I am most interested in war history, specifically WW2. - Liam

I am most interested in the years of trading between the settlers and the indigenous people. - Maya

I am interested in World War 1. - Nathan

I am interested in when Sir John A. Macdonald was prime minister. - Nicolas

I'm interested in Canadian war history. - Noah

I am interested in world wars. - Sofia

I am interested in learning more about the beginning of settlement. - Tori