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5 Canadian Virtual Field Trips for Fun & Learning - - Today, we're going to take a trip to 5 different Canadian virtual field trips that you and your children can join in from the comfort of your own home. Virtual Museum Tours, Virtual Tour, Virtual Games, Toddlers And Preschoolers, Educational Activities, Learning Activities, Teaching Ideas, Toddler Activities, Virtual Field Trips

5 Canadian Virtual Field Trips for Fun & Learning

Today, we're going to take a trip to 5 different Canadian virtual field trips that you and your children can join in from the comfort of your own home.

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Smudging and Sacred Medicines - The Compassionate Intuitive

Smudging can be used in a ceremonial way or just everyday protection, cedar, sage, sweetgrass, can be used.

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The Seven Grandfathers

Today is Tuesday, November 12, 2013. The Anishinaabe Ojibway people teach their children a set of principles known as the Seven Grandfathers. The story goes that seven grandfathers (spiritual bein…

graders study Native American history in Social Studies They also study Penn… - Kunstunterricht Arts And Crafts For Teens, Art And Craft Videos, Easy Arts And Crafts, Fall Crafts, Native American Projects, Native American History, 7 Arts, Pennsylvania History, 4th Grade Art

Wampum Belts 4th Grade

4th graders study Native American history in Social Studies. They also study Pennsylvania history. In art we are learning about the tribe th...

The photo illustrates Bird's-eye view of a Lakota Sioux camp (several tipis and wagons in large field)--probably on or near Pine Ridge Reservation. 1891 by Grabill, John C. Native American Photos, Native American Tribes, Native American History, American Indians, Indiana, Indian Teepee, Sioux Nation, Sioux Tribe, Into The West

Native American Encampment - Lakota Indians

Bird's-eye view of a Lakota camp (several teepees and wagons in large field)--probably on or near Pine Ridge Reservation.

visual of how Native Americans used all the parts of a buffalo.Awesome visual of how Native Americans used all the parts of a buffalo. The Meaning of Native American Horse Markings Plains Bison vs Wood Bison Medicine Wheels & Shamanic Cosmology Native American Wisdom, Native American History, American Indians, American Bison, American Symbols, American Women, American Quotes, Native American Longhouse, Native American Hunting

Uses of the Buffalo

How many different uses are there for the Buffalo? While most people immediately think meat, there are in fact quite a number of products t...

Classroom Community and the Circle of Courage – Mme G. -Work in Progress Classroom Rules, Classroom Organization, Classroom Management, Classroom Ideas, Teaching Activities, Teaching Tools, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Aboriginal Education

Classroom Community and the Circle of Courage

In the grade 2/3 split I have been working in, we wanted to try co-constructing class rules in a new way. We were inspired by an idea from our colleague J.B. and decided to try using her idea of …

Book, I Is for Inuksuk: An Arctic Celebration by Mary Wallace Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education, Indigenous Art, Inuit People, Artic Animals, Five In A Row, Les Continents, Winter Theme, Winter Fun

I Is for Inuksuk: An Arctic Celebration

Highlighting the traditional way of life of Canada’s Inuit people, I is for Inuksuk is a visual masterpiece from award-winning artist Mary Wallace. Each letter of the word “inuksuk” is represented in an acrostic poem by another Inuktitut word, which, together with Wallace’s original paintings, creates a wondrous overview of life in the Arctic. Dramatic full-color illustrations begin each section and readers will delight in seeing how words are written in Inuktitut symbols (one of the…

Native American Ankle Bracelet ~ 4 Tribes of Man Cree Medicine Wheel Anklet - Saludable Mundo Native American Spirituality, Native American Symbols, Native American Quotes, Native American History, Native American Indians, Native American Astrology, Native American Prayers, Native American Medicine Wheel, Indigenous Education

sacred circles

[from] http://www.dancingtoeaglespiritsociety.org/medwheel.php Directions and their Meanings The Cree/Algonquin/Plains Medicine Wheel The Medicine Wheel teachings are based on a circular pattern and cyclical set of four: the four Seasons, the four stages of Life, the four Bio-psychosocial and spiritual aspect of a person. The Medicine Wheel always centers on the individual. The Ceremonial Medicine Wheel that…

The Story of the Rabbit Dance by Jeanne Pelletier, Illustrated by J. translated by Rita Flamand Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education, Inuit People, Arts Integration, Joelle, Canadian History, Classroom Inspiration, First Nations, Read Aloud

The Story of the Rabbit Dance

The Story of the Rabbit Dance: Jeanne Pelletier, Joanne Panas, Rita Flamand: 9780920915776: Books - Amazon.ca