Pick from an assortment of classroom posters that will motivate and instruct your students with valuable educational subjects. 17X22
There are many different aspects of the Medicine Wheel, and this poster set shows that there is more to the Medicine Wheel than just the four colors.
8 posters per set.
Size: 12" x 18"
This poster is a beautiful way to introduce students to the Four Sacred Medicines! 17X22
Each of the Medicine Wheel Bulletin Boards are laminated for reusability. They are perfect for getting children and adults to take part in classroom activities. 17X22
This poster is a great way to introduce students to the Numbered Treaties. Displays all eleven treaties on a color coded map.
This charming story, richly steeped in Métis culture, focuses on the boyhood reminisces of Moushoom as he describes finding the “great giving tree” with his mother and father. This vibrantly illustrated children’s book is a beautiful retelling of a tradit
Unlike most books that chronicle the history of Native peoples beginning with the arrival of Europeans in 1492, this book goes back to the Ice Age to give young readers a glimpse of what life was like pre-contact.
For centuries Indigenous People have used the four directions on the Medicine Wheel as a tool for learning and teaching.
The Medicine Wheel teachers us to respect our relationship with all that is upon Mother Earth.
This resource book is designed to
Amik tells Moshoom about his wonderful school. Then his grandfather tells him about the residential school he went to, much different from Amik’s school. So Amik has an idea….
“Medicine Wheel: Stories of a Hoop Dancer” is a published children’s book written by Teddy Anderson, a professional hoop dancer of the First Nation’s style who has performed in 20 countries across the world. His performances, as well as the book, teach th
Finalist for the TD Canadian Children's Literature Award, the Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award and the Ruth Schwartz Award
In just four days young Shi-shi-etko will have to leave her family and all that she knows to attend residential school.
In the 1800s, the education of First Nations children was taken on by various churches, in government-sponsored residential schools. Children were forcibly taken from their families in order to erase their traditional languages and cultures.
As Long as
The retelling of the famous turtle island legend tells the tale of the brave muskrat helping Mother Earth reach the soil at the bottom of the ocean. With the help of muskrat, Mother Earth creates a new place for all her new land children to live.
Designed to help teachers in early years classrooms use The Seven Teachings Stories series, by Katherena Vermette, this guide provides the framework and key ideas educators need to become participants in a culturally responsive classroom community and to
Size 14" x 4". 7 Posters per package!
In this book, Gifts From Raven, Kung Jaadee a Haida storyteller, shares with us that Raven has given each person a special gist to share with the world. That gift is their unique talent or passion. This is an adaptation of her book Raven’s Feast for a you
Olemaun is eight and knows a lot of things. But she does not know how to read. Ignoring her father’s warnings, she travels far from her Arctic home to the outsiders’ school to learn.
The nuns at the school call her Margaret. They cut off her long hair
The Treaties Guide and Workbook explains certain important aspects of the numbered treaties between the government of Canada and the First Nation people. This workbook is an easy to understand guide for teaching children 10+ about history of the treaties.