Native Dwellings and awesome site with authentic tipis.

These are Native American homes. The dwellings represent the different types of indians and the different homes that they used for their personal living.

Great resources on this website to integrate Aboriginal perspectives into Canadian curriculums.

Faculty of Education - Resources - Aboriginal Educational Resources - Aboriginal Lesson Plans/ Activities

There are a bunch of audio recordings of Aboriginal elders (from Blackfoot, Cree, Ojibway, Mohawk, and M'ikmaq nations) giving traditional teachings. It's an easy way to insert an authentic Aboriginal voice into a lesson. There are also lesson plans across a variety of grades and subjects, giving suggestions of how to explicitly incorporate these teachings into the curriculum.

There are a bunch of audio recordings of Aboriginal elders (from Blackfoot, Cree, Ojibway, Mohawk, and M'ikmaq nations) giving traditional teachings. It's an easy way to insert an authentic Aboriginal voice into a lesson.

The Learning Circle:  Classroom Activities on First Nations in Canada:  Website from Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

The Learning Circle has been produced to help meet Canadian educators' growing need for elementary-level learning exercises on First Nations. It is the first in a series of four classroom guides on First Nations in Canada.

The Learning Circle:  Classroom Activities on First Nations in Canada:  Website from Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

The Learning Circle has been produced to help meet Canadian educators' growing need for elementary-level learning exercises on First Nations. It is the first in a series of four classroom guides on First Nations in Canada.

Aboriginal identity in Canada. By 2015, people of First Nations descent will compose of 25% of the total population in British Columbia.

Statistics Canada’s National Household Survey shows that people had an Aboriginal identity in Projections show that the Aboriginal identity population in Canada could be million.

- five stories of being taken to Kuper Island Residential School, by Sylvia Olsen of Tsartlip First Nation, with Rita Morris and Ann Sam, recollecting the way it was

Children's stories of Kuper Island Residential School **Sylvia Olsen with Rita Morris and Ann Sam**

The Learning Circle: Classroom Activities on First Nations in Canada - Ages 8 to 11

The Learning Circle: Classroom Activities on First Nations in Canada (stories and activities divided into thematic units)

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada: Kids' Stop "is a fun zone for kids loaded with information about Aboriginal history, culture and languages, games and stories, and classroom resources for teachers."

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada: Kids' Stop "is a fun zone for kids loaded with information about Aboriginal history, culture and languages, games and stories, and classroom resources for teachers.

Pinterest
Search