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In an era of high stakes testing, art is sometimes the first thing to go but we as teachers need to find ways to continue providing art experiences for our students. Not only is art just plain…More

We do weavings every year to tie into our Native American studies. These were done on a simple cardboard loom. (image only)

Q&A with a totem pole carver - Canadian Geographic Totem Pole Tattoo, Totem Pole Art, Le Totem, Haida Kunst, Arte Haida, Haida Art, Arte Inuit, Inuit Art, Tree Tattoo Meaning

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How Raven Stole The Sun – A Native American Raven Legend A free printable booklet of my favorite Raven legend, How Raven Stole The Sun, for kids to illustrate. Native American Lessons, Native American Projects, Native American Legends, Native American Symbols, Native American History, Native American Mythology, American Indians, Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education
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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.

Use herbs and spices to scent and colour this homemade all natural play dough! Homemade herb and spice play dough. I thought this was cool since they would smell a lot nicer than regular play dough.

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Inuit kayak art made by grade 2 students for our Arctic Museum! Social Studies Communities, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Art Activities, Teaching Art, Teaching Resources, Montessori Activities, Teaching Ideas, Aboriginal Education
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Inuit kayak art made by grade 2 students for our Arctic Museum!

Totem Pole Symbols and Meanings Tlingit Haida Kunst, Arte Haida, Haida Art, Native American Symbols, Native American History, Native American Totem Poles, Native Symbols, American Indians, American Women

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The Ojibway Creation Story- Similar to Earth on Turtle's Back (Canadian Tale- Ontario), about the formation of North America Native Canadian, Canadian History, Native American History, Indigenous Education, Indigenous Art, Montessori, Creation Myth, Greatest Mysteries, Aboriginal Art

The Ojibway Creation Story

As part of Ningwakwe Learning Press' book "Fire and Water: Ojibway Teachings and Today's Duties", the Creation Story is shared.Copyright, Ningwakwe Learning ...

***First Nations games and activities Aboriginal Day, Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education, Indigenous Art, Indian Birthday Parties, Indigenous Peoples Day, Inclusion Classroom, Creative Activities For Kids, Canadian History
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Inuit soap carvings made by grade 2 students for our Arctic Museum! Social Studies Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Art, Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education, School Resources, Teaching Resources, Library Themes, Soap Carving
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Inuit soap carvings made by grade 2 students for our Arctic Museum!

Explore Mi'kmaq Culture: Quillwork Craft for Native American Heritage Month - Exploring the Mi’kmaq Culture with a Quillwork Inspired Craft {Native American Heritage Month Blo - Native American Heritage Month, Native American Crafts, Diy And Crafts, Crafts For Kids, Fun Crafts, Paper Crafts, Diy Wood Wall, Bath Bomb Recipes, Nativity Crafts

Explore Mi'kmaq Culture: Quillwork Craft for Native American Heritage Month

In honor of Native American Heritage Month, get to know the Mi'kmaq culture and the art of porcupine quill work with a craft for kids.

Where are the Children? Healing The Legacy Of The Residential Schools. Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education, Native Canadian, Canadian History, Indian Residential Schools, Residential Schools Canada, Indigenous People Of Canada, Where Are The Children, Great Books To Read
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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

let the children play: bark painting at preschool Jennifer Kable via Sarah Jobson onto kids' nature play - DIY Recycling

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let the children play: bark painting at preschool Jennifer Kable via Sarah Jobson onto kids' nature play

Fort Smith woman designs new NWT Métis sash

Fort Smith woman designs new NWT Métis sash

Fort Smith woman designs new Métis sash By SAMANTHA STOKELL, SRJ Reporter 27.OCT.09 Lisa Hudson has only weaved two sashes and one of them will now identify Métis people in the Northwest Territories. The NWT Métis Nation (NWTMN) had talked about creating a distinctive sash for years and wanted something unique for its members. The NWTMN called for submissions in June and selected Hudson's sash at a September meeting. Her sash encompasses the many unique features of the NWT landscape. More…