Native American Art Pacific Northwest Teaching Unit -

Northwest Coast Native Art Paperback Booklet

First Nations of Canada Project - help guide students through a research project on one of the First Nations groups in Canada. ($)

First Nations, Inuit and Metis of Canada Project

First Nations Activities for Kids - Crystal's Tiny Treasures

First Nations Activities for Kids

Canada's Native Peoples: 15 Graphic Organizers - Traditional Ways This product includes: 3 organizers on each of the following Aboriginal peoples of Canada – Inuit, Haida, Blackfoot, Iroquois and Mi’kmaq.

Canada's Native Peoples: 15 Graphic Organizers Traditional Ways

Canada's Native Peoples: 15 Graphic Organizers - Traditional Ways This product includes: 3 organizers on each of the following Aboriginal peoples of Canada – Inuit, Haida, Blackfoot, Iroquois and Mi’kmaq.

RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLSA history of residential schools in Canada    CBC News: Stolen Children June 8-21, 2008

A history of residential schools in Canada

Lacrosse was born in North America and first played by many Native American Nations, especially by the Native People of the Eastern Woodlands,...

Lacrosse was born in North America and first played by many Native American Nations, especially by the Native People of the Eastern Woodlands,.

Canada's First People - Map

Canada’s First People – Map

Canada’s First People – Map PDF Canada’s First People – Map Also visit: The Aboriginal Mapping Network

Our 7 Ojibway Teachings:Manitoba First Nation Elder Dave Courchene explains the origins and lessons of the First Nation Seven Teachings. The lessons of the Bear Spirit (Courage), the Beaver Spirit (Wisdom), the Eagle Spirit (Love), the Buffalo Spirit (Respect), the Sasquatch Spirit (Honesty), the Wolf Spirit (Humility) and the Turtle Spirit (Truth)...

Our 7 Ojibway Teachings: - First Nation Elder Dave Courchene explains the origins and lessons of the First Nation Seven Teachings.

Making DREAMCATCHERs and skip counting. Cross-circular with Haida culture, art and math. Try if with your kids! Mine loved it!

This is a wonderful activity that allows children to discover the order and beauty of the multiplication table--and it's very simple! First, draw or have children draw a circle in a lighter color o.

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