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Learn the Colours with Northwest Coast Native Art, Board Book.

Learn the Colours with Northwest Coast Native Art, Board Book

Learn the Colours with Northwest Coast Native Art, Board Book. Red - Salmon by Corey Bulpitt, Haida. Blue - Owl by Maynard Johnny Jr.

.sky, tree - First Nations art

Things I Like – First Nation’s Art

When I Was Eight: Christy Jordan-Fenton, Margaret Pokiak-Fenton, Gabrielle Grimard: 9781554514908: Books - Amazon.ca

When I Was Eight by Christy Jordan-Fenton and Margaret Pokiak-Fenton, illustrated by Gabrielle Grimard by Indigenous Writers: A Children’s Reading List

Cautionary environmental tale about the need for sustainability in the world's ocean. Learn more at the CBC: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/roy-henry-vickers-brings-tale-of-orca-chief-to-life-1.3067956

Orca Chief by Roy Henry Vickers and Robert Budd, shortlisted for the 2016 Christie Harris Illustrated Children’s Literature Prize and Bill Duthie Booksellers’ Choice Award

The Aboriginal Salmon Cycle in West Coast Native Design. These designs are all original and follow the basic design styles of the native west coast peoples. I have included 3D models, so teachers can hang them on the ceiling. All 6 stages of the salmon life cycle, the perfect way to introduce Aboriginal designs to your students.

First Nations Salmon Cycle: West Coast Design

The Salmon Life Cycle Game takes students on the journey of a salmon. The students begin as an egg and experience the struggles a salmon faces as it grows into a spawner. The games the students play are interactive and informative. The games help the students realize the dangers the salmon face from both humans and animals.

Salmon Life Cycle Game

The Salmon Life Cycle Game takes students on the journey of a salmon. The students begin as an egg and experience the struggles a salmon faces as it grows into a spawner. The games the students play are interactive and informative. The games help the students realize the dangers the salmon face from both humans and animals.

Aboriginal; First Nations; Native; Indigenous Groups of Canada is a snap shot of the six main cultural regions of Canada. It is perfect for ESL, ELL, EAL and Learning Assistance students.  Each Aboriginal group has a corresponding fact sheet. The students cut out each fact and glue them under the appropriate heading.

First Nation (Aboriginal) Groups of Canada

Aboriginal; First Nations; Native; Indigenous Groups of Canada is a snap shot of the six main cultural regions of Canada. It is perfect for ESL, ELL, EAL and Learning Assistance students. Each Aboriginal group has a corresponding fact sheet. The students cut out each fact and glue them under the appropriate heading.

Aboriginal; First Nations; Indigenous; Native group of Canada - Inuit. This easy to use cut and paste fact sheet is perfect for ESL, ELL, EAL and Learning Assistance students. The facts have been researched and they have to place them under the correct heading.

First Nations; Native group of Canada - Inuit. This is an easy to use cut and paste fact sheet. It is perfect for researching the Inuit. Facts about Location& Clothing, Food, and Shelter have been randomly placed on the sheet.

Coast Salish Art and Design is very distinct from Northwest Coast 'Formline' design. Coast Salish art uses three main design elements (Circle, cresent, and trigon) to create an image. Each design element has a symbolic relationship to the culture. This lesson includes design tracers and 15 blank animal outlines for

Coast Salish (First Nations) Art & Design

Coast Salish Art and Design is very distinct from Northwest Coast 'Formline' design. Coast Salish art uses three main design elements (Circle, cresent, and trigon) to create an image. Each design element has a symbolic relationship to the culture. This lesson includes design tracers and 15 blank animal outlines for

Trade was an important way of life for all Indigenous cultures of North America. Students role play as a trade representative from their own tribe. Students use trade item cards to exchange for items they need to survive the winter. Students will experience three rounds of trading.

First Nation Trading Game (English and French cards)

Trade was an important way of life for all Indigenous cultures of North America. Students role play as a trade representative from their own tribe. Students use trade item cards to exchange for items they need to survive the winter. Students will experience three rounds of trading.

Explore how the Aboriginal concept of interconnectedness of the environment is learned through story and art. The Elders Are Watching uses two readily available Aboriginal children's books to assist students with the concept of interconnectedness.Hand outs and a step-by-step Art activity are provided.

First Nations (Aboriginal) The Elders Are Watching - Relationship with the Land

Explore how the Aboriginal concept of interconnectedness of the environment is learned through story and art. The Elders Are Watching uses two readily available Aboriginal children's books to assist students with the concept of interconnectedness.Hand outs and a step-by-step Art activity are provided.

The Elders Are Watching uses two readily available Aboriginal children's books "Brother Eagle, Sister Sky" and "The Elders Are Watching" to assist students with the concepts of: 1. Analyze how the Aboriginal concept of interconnectedness of the environment is reflected in the responsibility for and caretaking of resources. 2.

First Nations (Aboriginal) The Elders Are Watching - Relationship with the Land

The Elders Are Watching uses two readily available Aboriginal children's books "Brother Eagle, Sister Sky" and "The Elders Are Watching" to assist students with the concepts of: 1. Analyze how the Aboriginal concept of interconnectedness of the environment is reflected in the responsibility for and caretaking of resources. 2.

Trade was an important way of life for all Indigenous cultures of North America. Students role play as a trade representative from their own tribe. Students use trade item cards to exchange for items they need to survive the winter. Students will experience three rounds of trading.

First Nation Trading Game (English and French cards)

Trade was an important way of life for all Indigenous cultures of North America. Students role play as a trade representative from their own tribe. Students use trade item cards to exchange for items they need to survive the winter. Students will experience three rounds of trading.

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