Carnaval de Quebec Resources

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Looking to teach about the Carnaval de Quebec aka Carnaval? If you’re in Canada you probably want to teach about this, especially if you teach French.

Carnaval de Quebec Educational Resources for Homeschoolers or Teachers

Disclosure: Some links may be referral links.

What is Carnaval de Quebec?

“Carnival is an outdoor festival that celebrates winter between late January and mid-February. For a period of 10 days, the city is transformed into a snow festival with many decorations, ice sculptures and lights. On the agenda: several activity sites for young and old, a parade of allegorical floats and musical evenings. This is the winter event not to be missed!”

Why Would I Teach About Carnaval de Quebec?

Whether you are an in school teacher or a homeschool teacher, you may want to teach about Carnaval de Quebec because French heritage is a part of the Canadian culture. If you are Canadian, you should definitely teach about this event especially if your children/students also learn French. If you live somewhere else, you still may want to teach about it as it’s fun to learn about other cultures.

Carnaval de Quebec Resources from Twinkl

Twinkl is always there when I want to teach a new subject. If you don’t know, Twinkl is a website for educators with tons of high quality resources. Some are free but most require a subscription which just happens to be very affordable.

A simple search of Carnaval de Quebec on the Twinkl website shows all they have to offer. You can see what there is without a subscription. You’ll notice if you scroll through the results there are resources for other Carnavals from around the world. Make sure you have the right event!

There are resources in English and French. Reading Comprehension, colouring pages, quizzes and word cards.

When you’re done learning about Carnaval, check out their other resources. If you’re NOT from Canada they have a Twinkl site for many countries and their resources tend to be available on all.

Other Carnaval Resources

This website has a link to some Youtube videos that may interest you. Here is a Carnaval de Quebec Unit on Teachers Pay Teachers. Or if that’s too pricy try this Carnaval de Quebec French reader.

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