"Stanley Lambchop and his younger brother Arthur are given a big bulletin board by their father to display pictures and posters. He hangs it on the wall over Stanley's bed. During the night the board falls from the wall, flattening Stanley in his sleep. He survives and makes the best of his altered state.." Learn more about Flat Stanley.
Flat Stanley is trying to visit over 150 places across Canada in celebration of
Canada's 150th Birthday.
You can help him out. Download Flat Stanley, print him off and take photos of where Flat Stanley travels. After upload the photos
to Google Photos:
Also, tweet where Flat Stanley goes and use #flatstanley and #Canada150
Photos can be of you and your family, or just Flat Stanley. They can be photos of iconic Canadian landmarks (ex. Niagara Falls, CN Tower, Parliament) or a simple photo at home of Flat Stanley enjoying dinner or watching TV. It doesn't really matter- just be creative and have fun.
Please add to the list of where Flat Stanley Visits. We want to get to over 150 places.
Our Flat Stanley started in a kindergarten class at Centennial Central Public School in Arva, Ontario.
The Big Nickel (Sudbury, ON)
Vegreville Egg (Vegreville, Alberta)
The World's Biggest Coffee Pot (Davidson, Saskatchewan)
Mac the Moose (Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan)
Bison and the Bridge (St. Louis, Saskatchewan)
Canada Goose (Wawa, ON)
Jumbo (St. Thomas, ON)
The Rhino (London, ON)
Giant Squid (Glover's Harbour, Nfld)
Fort York (Toronto, ON)
Horseshoe Falls (Niagara Falls, ON)
The Blueberry Capital of Canada (Oxford, Nova Scotia)
CN Tower (Toronto, ON)
Nathan Phillips Square (Toronto, Ontairo)
Gilbert the Golfer (Gilbert Plains, Manitoba)
World's Largest Curling Rock (Arborg, Manitoba)
Hockey Hall of Fame
The World's Biggest Hockey Stick (Duncan, BC)
Bev Shipley (MP Lambton-Kent-Middlesex)
Rachel Notley (Premier of Alberta)
Stephen McNeil (Premier of Nova Scotia)
Brian Gallant (Premier of New Brunswick)
Matt Brown (Mayor- London, ON)
Mike Savage (Mayor- Halifax, NS)
Mark Heyck (Mayor-Yellowknife, NWT)
Lisa Helps (Mayor of Victoria)
Michael Fougere (Mayor of Regina)
Naheed Nenshi (Mayor of Calgary)