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AMAZING website for Alberta grade 4 social studies. I am using this for my lesson this week, so don't steal it! 4th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Resources, Teaching Social Studies, Teacher Resources, Third Grade, Grade 3, Fourth Grade, Teaching Kindergarten, Teaching Ideas

So, This is Alberta!

So, This Is Alberta! is a unique website, featuring the designs and illustrations of Alberta's own Gary Delainey and Gerry Rasmussen. The website draws its inspiration from Delainey and Rasmussen's book, So This Is Canada! and follows the comic adventures of a raven and a Richardson's ground squirrel as they encounter the artifacts of Alberta's past and present.

Good visuals inside the video YouTube story of the oil sands. Alberta, A Sense of the Land. Fifth Grade, Grade 3, Social Science, Science And Technology, Youtube Story, Oil Sands, Oil Production, Social Studies Resources, English Language Arts
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The Story Of The Alberta Oil Sands

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

On a visit to Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump in southern Alberta, you will feel a spiritual connection through the dancing, drumbeat and stories of Blackfoot culture. The Stories, Histories and Peoples of Alberta. Native Canadian, Canadian History, Alberta National Parks, Alberta Travel, Fur Trade, Spiritual Connection, Indian Heritage, Grade 2, Travel And Tourism

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump - Travel Alberta, Canada

Alberta's Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump brings the history of the Plains Indians to life. At this UNESCO World Heritage Site, learn about the buffalo hunt, se...

Melina laboucan massimo photo essay samples Posts about Melina Laboucan-Massimo written. She is featured in Greenpeace’s photo essay about the spill and. Melina has campaigned to raise awareness about. Grade 3, Fourth Grade, Canadian History, Photo Essay, Home Schooling, Social Science, First Nations, Social Studies, Geography
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Stories on Stone presented by the Royal Alberta Museum

This video presentation was commissioned by the Royal Alberta Provincial Museum to be used as an educational tool for the Alberta Board of Education. We spen...

10 Amazing Places to Visit in Alberta, Canada – Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump Native Canadian, Canadian History, Alberta Canada, First Nations, Rocky Mountains, Cool Places To Visit, Social Studies, The Good Place, Buffalo

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump - Alberta, Canada

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump is located in Alberta, Canada -- where the foothills of the Rocky Mountains begin to rise from the prairie, 18 km northwest of F...

many resources and lesson plans for teaching about First Nations culture! Indigenous Knowledge, Indigenous Education, Native Canadian, Canadian History, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Resources, Indigenous People Of Canada, Ontario Curriculum, Four Directions

Four Directions Teachings - Five First Nations Narratives

Canada’s history goes back a lot further than Confederation, than settlement of the Europeans, or even the arrival of curious explorers to the “new world.” The histories of the various First Nations peoples within our country are the first place we should look when we want to know more about Canada’s past. I asked a … Four Directions Teachings – Five First Nations Narratives Read More »

Niitsitapiisini: Our way of life (Blackfoot) Appreciate how stories and events of the past connect their families and communities to the present Virtual Field Trips, Tribal People, Family Memories, Grade 3, Social Science, First Nations, Way Of Life, Virtual Tour, Social Studies
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Niitsitapiisini: Our Way of Life / Nitsitapiisinni: Notre mode de vie

We call ourselves Niitsitapi, although we are known as the Blackfoot. This is our way of life. It is about how we lived with our families, the environment, and our neighbours. It is also about how these relationships are still important to us.

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Uses of the buffalo for the Blackfoot tribes, first nations, and indians