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
Native Peoples of Canada
Native People of Canada: Informational Text, Mapping, Key Vocabulary, Graphic Organizers, and a Mini Informational Flip Book Project!
Canada's Indigenous People (First Nations, Aboriginal) - Inquiry Based Unit
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Chocolate Covered Classroom
Chocolate Covered Classroom Creations *Upper Elementary *Canadian *French as a Second Language *Guided Math *The Daily 5 *Project Based Learning.
Ontario Grade 5 Social Studies | Strand A | Heritage and Identity Part 1
Interactions of Indigenous People and Europeans Prior to 1713, Part One: Before the Explorers is a Grade 5 social studies unit created to support student learning about the early origins of this country. This inquiry-based unit (previously called First Nations & Europeans in New France and Early...
4th Grade Totem Poles
4th graders just finished a lesson about totem poles. Students learned about the significance of totem poles and that they were (and still are) made by native tribes who lived in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. The big word for this project was stylize. We learned that some artists stylize their work by changing shapes, colors, etc. in order to give their work their own personal touch. Each student created one stylized animal in the style of a real totem pole. (There are some…
Looking at People in Canada Iqaluit-Inuit,Meteghan-Acadian,Saskatoon-Ukrainian
In Alberta, Grade 2 students gain the opportunity to learn about the three dynamic communities in Canada (Iqaluit, Saskatoon, and Meteghan). Specifically, this resource I created focuses on "Looking at People" from the three communities - Inuit, Ukrainians, and Acadians. This student booklet is di...