War of 1812 Matching Game


In 1812, America and Britain go to war, and Canada – being the closest British colony, is under attack. Heroes and heroines emerge from the battlefields, leaders and people from the every day.

Although there are many amazing stories of these important contributors to the war that more or less seemed to have created Canadian nationalism, this matching activity only includes eight people: Sir Issac Brock, George Prevost, Tecumseh, Charles de Salaberry, James Fitzgibbon, Laura Secord, Enos Collins, and John Norton.

I wish images had been available to include more – like Richard Pierpoint, leader of an all-black militia known as the Coloured Corps, or Mary Henry who fed and tended soldiers in the middle of a battlefield. Unfortunately, the everyday person got little recognition of their valour.

The goal of these cards is to cut them into 3 parts, then match the image with the name and their part in the war. An answer key is provided.

Sold By: The Canadian Homeschooler Learning Centre


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