Tom Longboat, Onondaga champion and a cool guy, by all accounts. Here’s a short read that will give you a sense of him. Here is a case for Tom Longboat Day in the Ontario Legislature. Since you find his name often put next to phrases like “deserves more recognition,” Tom Longboat Day was officially passed for June 4th, mark your calendars. (read more)
Digital Stories allows you a chance to see into the lives of people who have found success as health professionals.
View more Digital Stories at: www.healthwarriors.ca
Indigenous Food First is a great website that allows individuals to upload recipes, share stories and more! You can also find facts sheets, guides and videos. Visit IFF! – Indigenous Food First.
Jan Kahehti:io Longboat
Mohawk Elder Jan Longboat is a member of the Turtle Clan of Six Nations of the Grand River. Jan is a traditional herbalist, healer and Elder that works within a wholistic concept of healing. Owner of Earth Healing Herb Gardens & Retreat Centre, Jan runs Dotah’s House, monthly workshops which invite community members to listen, hear, laugh, and heal with the the Dotah’s (Elders).
|Grade 6 Nutrition|
|Grade 6 Tobacco|
|Grade 6 Our Solar System|
|Grade 6 Health; Stress|
|Grade 6 Appendix to Stress Unit|
|Grade 6 Science|
|Grade 6 Understanding Electricity|
|Grade 6 Principles of Flight|
|Grade 6 Personal Standards|
|Grade 6 Diversity of Living Things|
Source: Best Start Resource Centre (2010). A Child Becomes Strong: Journeying Through Each Stage of the Life Cycle. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Brief Overview: This manual is based on the life cycle teachings and broken down into each stage of life. The developmental stages of life reflect a wholistic perspective of family wellness.
Who should use this manual?
• Early childhood educators
• Program managers
And anyone who has a role in supporting healthy child development in First Nations children.
54 pages | 4.62MB
Find more Aboriginal Health and Early Childhood resources at Best Start. Visit their website.
Source: Spirit Magazine Fall 2012; First Nations Health Council BC (Spirit Magazine focuses on the many positives taking place in BC First Nations Health transformation)
Source URL: http://fnhc.ca/index.php/news/spirit_magazine
View the magazine for more information on: Food and Medicine Field Guides | Indigenous Food Sovereignty | Natural Supports to Improve Digestion | Canning and Jarring | Seeing the Forest, Not Only the Trees | Healthy Hunting | How-to Start a Community Garden | Kwadacha and Tsay Keh Dene | Fish and Shellfish Safety | Residential School Healing Journey | Eating Right on a Per Diem Budget | Planting the Seed of Food Knowledge for Kids | Sticking to Your Wellness Plan | Planning Our Wellness Journey Together | Interning in Uganda for HIV/AIDS Solutions | Returning to Traditional Aboriginal Sustenance | Salal Berries: Harvesting Tips and Jam Recipe.
I can’t imagine a better way to learn! Neat! – Angela @ FNER
One Arrow First Nation – Equine Assisted Learning Program – Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation. The One Arrow First Nation‟s Equine Assisted Learning (IDEAL) program has proven hugely successful from its beginning in January 2011. The program‟s goals were to build school strength, pride in the community and confidence in the heart‟s of their youth.
Educational activities based on traditional games. Experience Indigenous games and sports! Through these interactive activities, explore the qualities and capabilities that make one a great athlete: skill, teamwork, agility, discipline, stamina, strategy, strength and speed.
Published by the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services, Quebec
On the Path to Health! Elementary School Nutrition Education Program
What is the On the Path to Health! program?
– It is a program that is composed of 28 nutrition workshops – four different workshops
for all seven elementary school levels, from kindergarten up to grade six;
– The workshops include various fun and educational activities: games, food preparation,
creation activities, treasure hunt, rally, sampling activities, etc.;
– The workshops are developed in such a way as to allow for their integration into
the school curriculum. Each workshop lasts approximately 60 minutes, which is the
duration of one class period, in order to be sure that they can easily be held during
The objectives of the program are as follows:
• promote traditional foods;
• foster appreciation for nutritious foods;
• develop abilities related to food preparation and making good food choices;
• learn how to recognize and respect the signs of hunger and satiety.
What does the program kit contain?
1) Each kit contains two binders that include 28 nutrition workshops (four workshops
each year from kindergarten until grade 6). In each of these workshops, you will
• informative notes for the facilitator
• activity charts
• a note that is intended for the parents
• delicious recipes that children enjoy
• a follow-up activity chart that is intended for the teacher
• a workshop evaluation form
2) The material required for the activities: quiz game, treasure hunt, food picture bank,
3) A CD that includes the PowerPoint presentation of the program as well as the nutrition
For more information on this program contact:
First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission
250, place Chef Michel Laveau, Suite 102
Aboriginal Resources – Topic: Berries
Cultural uses, Literature Links, Berry Teachings, Facts and More