Native American Crafts: Tlingit and Haida Art. Paper Piecing art project for kids

Lapbook for Joy Hakims book series A History of US Book 1 The First Americans Ch. 7 Native American Crafts: Tlingit and Haida Art. Paper Piecing art project for kids

Edible Inukshuk Statues made with candy and an assortment of fruit, veggies, meat and cheese. Perfect for Canada Day parties and bbq's.

How To Make Inukshuk Treats For Canada Day

Edible Inukshuk Statues made with candy and an assortment of fruit, veggies, meat and cheese. These were served at the party Canadian Maple Cookies that was served at the party as sampled desserts/treats.

What Are You All About? A Personal Totem Pole Project

What Are You All About? A Personal Totem Pole Project

Seven Sacred Teachings printable pdf -Among the Anishinaabe people, the Teachings of the Seven Grandfathers, also known simply as either the Seven Teachings or Seven Grandfathers, is a set of teachings on human conduct towards others.

Seven Sacred Teachings printable pdf - Among the Anishinaabe people, the Teachings of the Seven Grandfathers, also known simply as either the Seven Teachings or Seven Grandfathers, is a set of teachings on human conduct towards others.

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

This simple art lesson uses Leah Dorian's book The Giving Tree: A Retelling of a Mtis Traditional Story and can easily connect to your Social Studies teachings about the Mtis people of Canada. Students create a painting based on the style and theme of the book.

This simple art lesson uses Leah Dorian's book The Giving Tree: A Retelling of a Mtis Traditional Story and can easily connect to your Social Studies teachings about the Mtis people of Canada. Students create a painting based on the style and theme of the book.

▶ Inuit story telling with Michael Kusugak - YouTube. The Stories, Histories and Peoples of Alberta.

Inuit story teller and author Michael Kusugak recounts a story from his youth to Canadian youth participants of Inuit arts and culture week hosted at Histori.

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