Hands-On Canadian History: First Nations Inspired Art
The First Nations of Canada have history that includes rich and vibrant traditions, culture, stories, and artwork. Be inspired for your own art project.
Print and Color a Free "How Raven Stole The Sun" Native American Legend - Layers of Learning
A free printable booklet of my favorite Raven legend, How Raven Stole The Sun, for kids to illustrate.
15 Ways to Get Close to Indigenous History
Exploring the traditions and culture of the Indigenous peoples of Canada provides unique opportunities for visitors looking for deeper travel experiences
Assembly of First Nations Logo~ The Assembly of First Nations is the national organization representing First Nations citizens in Canada. The AFN represents all citizens regardless of age, gender or place of residence.
engage students, teachers and community members in an investigation of the sources, uses and conservation options for our water resources.
The Ojibwe Creation Story: Turtle Island
Hi all, I was recently introduced to the Ojibwe creation story and was fascinated by its contrasts, as well as similarities to the christian creation story. Thus, I thought I would share a little b…
Orange Shirt Day Lesson Plans
Orange Shirt Day is held every September 30th. The Manitoba Teachers’ Society – together with Manitoba’s education partners and many Indigenous organizations – will be honouring residen…
Where are the Children? Healing The Legacy Of The Residential Schools.
This exhibition, the first in Canada to be developed on residential schools, uses archival photographs and documents, to tell the story of the System using a more traditional museum-style format. The content is presented on text panels and the images as framed photographs. Click here to visit the Where are the Children website Click
Seven Sacred Teachings
Seven Sacred Teachings The traditional ideals of respect and sharing that form the base of the Aboriginal way of life are built around the seven sacred teachings. Each law is taught by an animal to…