Teaching Upper Elementary (grades 4, 5, 6) about First Nations, Metis and Inuit Culture, Alberta, Canada

Chocolate Covered Classroom

Beautiful Alphabet Cards for Teaching Upper Elementary (grades about First Nations, Metis and Inuit Culture, Alberta, Canada Read Aloud

I have had a really hard time finding appropriate resources to use to for my Grade 3 Social Studies Unit.Fortunately, I discovered this amazing site that will help my students learn more about First Nation Communities.

a small shelter, 8 - 10 feet tall. Also called a birch bark house. Wigwams were used by Algonquians in the woodlands.

Complete overview of Canada. Includes information on Canadian history, aboriginals (Inuit and First Nations peoples), ecozones, native animals, provinces and territories, and Canadian culture. Also has a list of vocabulary words. %0A%0A---EDIT: Uploaded a newer version with spelling errors corrected.

Complete overview of Canada. Includes information on Canadian history, aboriginals (Inuit and First Nations peoples), ecozones, native animals, pro.

First Nations Activities for Kids - Crystal's Tiny Treasures- features sweat lodge for play based learning world

First Nations Activities for Kids

The First Nations people of North America are fascinating and my children are enjoying learning about them through crafts, recipes, and fun activities.

First Nations of Canada Project - help guide students through a research project on one of the First Nations groups in Canada. ($)

First Nations, Inuit and Metis of Canada Project

Aboriginal/Native American inspired art - grade 6, Ontario social studies link

Since we& been studying Canada& first nations in social studies, I wanted to do an art project based on aboriginal art.

Rainbow Man, Warrior | George Littlechild – Canadian First Nations Artist

"Rainbow Man, Warrior" by Cree (First Nations) artist George Littlechild- interesting idea of portraiture lesson- culture, symbolism, fauvist

The holistic notion of body, mind, heart, and spirit is a time - honoured one for First Nations peoples but is somewhat of a novelty in mainstream society. It is however, a framework that is becoming more accepted as an important way to view the health of humans.

The holistic notion of body, mind, heart, and spirit is a time - honoured one for First Nations peoples but is somewhat of a novelty in mainstream society. It is however, a framework that is becoming more accepted as an important way to view the health

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