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K- 12 Website: Project H.O.M.E.

A mural project & tool guide for educators and students across Ontario Advertisements

Posted in Arts, Classroom Projects, Science and Technology

Crafting – dance clothing items PDFs

The Noc Bay Trading Company (Noc Bay Publishing) “Learning Circle” provides instruction sheets on dance clothing items. Sample: There are 90 instruction sheets available at:Noc Bay Learning Circle

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Haudenosaunee Art Lessons

Haudenosaunee Art Lessons Deyohahá:ge:- Indigenous Knowledge Centre Antlers Clay Pots Pipes Shell Silver Moccasins Cradleboards Lacrosse Sticks Dolls Quillwork Clothing Beadwork Basket Making Source: Six Nations Polytechnic

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Traditional Regalia Making

Making Regalia with Juaquin Lonelodge Juaquin Lonelodge is a former national Men’s Fancy Dance champion and master regalia craftsman. In these videos Juaquin takes you step by step through the processes of Making Regalia. Credit: Cheyenne Arapaho Television at

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Seven Sacred Teachings Flash Cards (Educational)

The Thunder Bay Police Service Aboriginal Liaison Unit  launched a new initiative called the “Seven Sacred Teaching Flash Cards”  The cards can also be used for colouring pages.   Source:

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Posted in Arts, Worldviews

Junior Division – Drawing Unit; Drawing it Out

Junior Division – Drawing Unit Drawing it Out Lead Writer: Tanya Senk Unit Writer: Shelley Dennis Reviewer: Lisa Sanders Overview Grade 6, Visual Arts: Drawing The purpose of this unit is to infuse Aboriginal (First Nations, Metis and Inuit) perspectives

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Posted in Arts, Grade 6-8

Mikinak: Teacher Awareness Guide

This manual is supported by a Web page ( with additional information and activities. Source: First Nations Education Council

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Posted in Aboriginal Awareness, All Grades, Arts, General, Health and Physical Education

Canadian Native Art – a Cultural Perspective by an Ojibwa Artist

Source: Canadian native art…especially contemporary Ojibwa art…is sourced by a deep well of native legends and myths and it’s become one of the last connections between the spiritual interpretation of a declining Ojibwa culture and the modern world. read

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Posted in Arts, Webquests

Lesson: Sharing the Seven Sacred Teachings through Puppetry

Traditionally, First Nations cultures relied on oral story telling as the main means to pass on cultural information. Sharing the Seven Sacred Teachings through Puppetry helps students acquire more information about this oral tradition.Sharing_the_Seven_Sacred_Teachings_Oct7.pdf (application/pdf Object). Key Learning Areas: History/Social

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Posted in All Grades, Arts, Preschool - K

Make Crafts @ – Noc Bay Learning Circle

Learn how to make traditional dance items from drums to jewellery to bustles! Instructions in PDF format.Noc Bay Learning Circle.

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Legends, Quotes,Treaties, Poems, Prayers, Clipart, Photographs

First People of America and Canada website – Native American Indians. Turtle Island. Legends, Treaties, Clipart.

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Posted in Arts, General, Storytelling/Elders, Worldviews

Aboriginal Perspectives – Video Teaching Resources

Teaching Resources Make cultural connections in your classroom! Videos, power point presentations and activities! Teaching Ideas Curriculum Connections Tipi raising with Tim Haywahe K-8: Science, Mathematics, Social Studies and Language Arts Tipi raising with Elder Glen Anaquod K-8: Science, Mathematics,

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Posted in All Grades, Arts, Clothing, General, Guidance and Career Education, Language Arts, Mathematics, Way of Life

Metis Colouring Book

Publisher: Metis Community Services ISBN:0-9688346-0-4

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Posted in Arts, Books and Authors

Copper Thunderbird Study Guide (Play)

Copper Thunderbird Guide.pdf. Norval Morriseau can also be used as a Novel Study to coincide with the book: Marie Clements (Author) Copper Thunderbird. Talonbooks.

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Wapikoni – Aboriginal Media

Visit Wapikoni A project by and for indigenousThe Wapikoni, traveling studio training and audiovisual and musical creation, has been around for seven years in First Nations communities of Quebec. Created by filmmaker Manon Barbeau, Wapikoni was co-founded by the Council

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Posted in Arts, General

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