Inukshuk. These are native Canadian Indian rock sculptures used as landmarks/navigation tools. They can be seen throughout Ontario.

Inukshuk - native Canadian Indian rock sculptures used as landmarks/navigation tools. Can be seen throughout Ontario.

First Nation

Things I Like – First Nation’s Art

The Lost Colony Student Investigation!  Have your students explore the clues and the facts to figure out what happened!

Lost Colony of Roanoke Social Studies Investigation: A CSI Investigation

The Lost Colony Student Investigation - Can you gather the evidence? Here, students examine what actually happened to the colonists at Roanoke. Also, a small "picture book project" is included to conclude the activity!

First Nations - awesome online game that takes them through many of the different challenges faced by First Nations communities after early settlers arrived and why treaties were signed

Play this new free online flash role-playing adventure game based on cree culture and history and discover the paths leading to the signing of Treaty

First Nations and Europeans in New France  Part 4 - The Fur Trade - supports the Grade 5 Ontario Social Studies Curriculum!

First Nations and Europeans in New France Part 4 - The Fur Trade

First Nations and Europeans in New France Part 4 - The Fur Trade - supports the Grade 5 and Grade 7 Ontario Social Studies Curriculum!

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.

Graphic: Canada’s Burgeoning Aboriginal Population. * * * New data from Statistics Canada’s National Household Survey shows that 1,400,685 people had an aboriginal identity in 2011,  or 4.3% of the total Canadian population. The aboriginal population increased by 232,385 people, or 20.1% between 2006 and 2011, compared with 5.2% for the rest of Canada’s non-aboriginal population. Projections show that the aboriginal identity population  in Canada could be 2.2 million by 2031.

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.

Canadian Indian Tribes and Languages: First Nations by Province

Canadian Indian Tribes and Languages: First Nations by Province - this site links to all sorts of resources!

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