Learn the Colours with Northwest Coast Native Art, Board Book.

Learn the Colours with Northwest Coast Native Art, Board Book

Learn the Colours with Northwest Coast Native Art, Board Book. Red - Salmon by Corey Bulpitt, Haida. Blue - Owl by Maynard Johnny Jr.

Things I Like – First Nation’s Art

Things I Like – First Nation’s Art

Do you teach Social Studies in Canada? Do you teach about Aboriginal Cultures? You need this file! It contains a variety of activities to meet your curriculum (especially if you teach grade 4 in British Columbia)!

Aboriginal Cultures (First Nations) of Canada Inquiry Based Unit

Do you teach Social Studies in Canada? Do you teach about Aboriginal Cultures? It contains a variety of activities to meet your curriculum (especially if you teach grade 4 in British Columbia)!

One child lives in the city and another in the top end. When they compare notes about their different environments, they find they have much in common.

Same, but little bit diff'rent

Giveaway: Win a copy of Same But Little Bit Diff’rent by Kylie Dunstan (closed)

Anthropologists classify the native peoples of the Northwest coast into six large units speaking related languages: the Haida, Tsimshian, Kwakwakw’wakw (formerly Kwakuitl), Nuu-chah-nulth (formerly Nootka), Nuxalk (formerly Bella Coola), and Coast Salish. (Sometimes the latter two are combined under the name “Salishan.”) Within each group are many distinct tribes or nations with their own social structures and traditions, and within each tribe are two or more clans.

People of the Northwest Coast lived on rugged coastline and dense forest with streams and rivers. Their source of food is fishing and hunting (men mostly do this while women gather). Shamans have special spiritual connections.

10+ Books about The Stolen Generation for ages 5-12 with suggested novels for older learners too.

10+ Books about The Stolen Generation

books about the stolen generation for ages years old. A mixture of picture books and chapter books about the events and people known as the stolen generation.

Learning First Peoples Classroom Resources - FNESC

Learning First Peoples Classroom Resources - FNESC

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