Orange Shirt Day: Every Child Matters – Ninja Notes
Orange Shirt Day is recognized each year on September 30. Check your local area for activities so you can participate in acknowledging Residential School survivors. It is important to educate everyone about Canada’s wrongs so we can learn from it and begin to repair the damage that has been done. We have searched out some […]
BC Vacation Travel Ideas | Super, Natural BC
Find the perfect British Columbia (BC) vacation travel idea for you: From a road trip along the Alaska Highway to exploring BC’s coast.
Inuit story telling with Michael Kusugak
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...
Learning about Residential Schools in the Elementary Classroom — Brownie Points Teaching
In the 1800s, the Canadian government ignorantly believed that Indigenous people were uncivilized. In an effort to assimilate them into European/Canadian culture, children were taken from their homes and brought to residential boarding schools run by different religious groups. M
Canada's Indigenous People (First Nations, Aboriginal) - Inquiry Based Unit
A complete unit for teaching about Canada's Indigenous people (First Nations, Aboriginal people). More than 100 pages of detailed lesson plans, informational articles, interactive notebook templates, recording sheets and more! Sample inquiry questions are provided to help guide the learning.What's ...
button blankets - a First Nations tradition from the NorthWest Coast
Pacific North West button blanket project for pre-school, kindergarten or primary aged children.
We Were Children
trailer Warning: this film contains disturbing content and is recommended for audiences 16 years of age and older. Parental discretion, and/or watching this film within a group setting, is ...
Sugar Falls book. Read 60 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A school assignment to interview a residential school survivor leads Da...
10 books about truth and reconciliation to read with your kids | CBC News
More and more children will be reading stories about the legacy of residential schools and reconciliation in the classroom this year.