Teach students to draw some of the legendary animals of the First Nations tribes . Excellent Drawing Book for Native Art. With Over 80 instructional drawings of native art. You and your students will learn techniques in rendering classic northwest native drawings.
Respecting First Nations, Metis and Inuit Cultures in the Classroom
Beautiful Alphabet Cards for Teaching Upper Elementary (grades 4, 5, 6) about First Nations, Metis and Inuit Culture, Alberta, Canada Read Aloud
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.
Build Stone Men.
Build stone men. It's a fun relaxing activity for you and the kids. It doesn't cost anything and doesn't take much time. These stone men are known as Inuksuk in Canada.
Pacific Northwest Coast Art--Haida Masks
A Map of the Region and its Indigenous People The Land of the Haida Who Are The Haida? The Art and Style of Haida Design Elements Also here... Design Elements Explained Canadian Artist: Bill Reid Bill Reid Making His Art Student Masks: Face Parts Below Good Link to Haida Mask Examples Eyes Nose, Ears, Eyebrows, Tongue Haida Features
First Nations Research Info for Kids - Silent Cacophony
I have had a really hard time finding appropriate resources to use to for my Grade 3 Social Studies Unit. The problem is that most of the teaching resources are written for middle or high school students. Very few texts are suitable for elementary school and our new curriculum. I just recently discovered that my board has a … Continue reading First Nations Research Info for Kids →