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This lesson would have to do with Native Americans and I would do it around Thanksgiving and talk about not only the pilgrims but also the Native Americans. I would have the Teepee already cut out for them and they would just need to glue it on a piece of paper. Grade: Kindergarten, Book: The Very First American by: Cara Ashrose Standard: Heritage, #3 Heritage is reflected through the arts, customs, traditions, family celebrations and language.

Kindergarten — Heritage 3 — Heritage is reflected through the arts, customs, traditions, family celebrations and language. The Very First Americans by Cara Ashrose

We've been learning about the art of totem poles carved by the people of The Haida Nation. The Haida are an indigenous nation of the Pacific Northwest Coast and their main home is Haida Gwaii, an archipelago off the coast of British Columbia. Totem poles from this region were usually made from western red cedar trees. The symbolism of traditional totemic art varies but typically portray stories of family legends and notable events. Here's a quick lesson on how to design your own totem ...

Mar 25 How to Draw a Totem Pole

We've been learning about the art of totem poles carved by the people of The…

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engage students, teachers and community members in an investigation of the sources, uses and conservation options for our water resources.

Diane “Honey” Jacobson’s latest book is an important comment about First Nations efforts to save the salmon and her personal youthful journey to find meaning and a sense of place in life. Like the style in her first book My Life in a Kwagu’l Big House, this book is full of action, amazing adventures and fascinating connections between land, water and people. Follow “Honey” through sometimes hilarious and sometimes difficult periods but we always learn a life lesson.

Diane “Honey” Jacobson’s latest book is the First Nations efforts to save the salmon and her personal youthful journey to find meaning and a sense of place in life.

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