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Residential Schools: Shi-shi-etko
Seamlessly weave the introduction of Canada's residential school system and the magic and beauty of Indigenous traditions with your students by using literacy activities created around the award winning picture book, Shi-shi-etko by Nicola I. Campbell. This week-long integrated language arts and so
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Residential Schools – A Unit for Primary Grades
Supporting First Nations/ Native American Literature in the Primary Classroom First Steps in Understanding Residential Schools is a unit created to support many beautifully written and illustrated books that tell the stories of First Nation, Inuit and Metis children attending residential schools. T
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Canada FRENCH Sentence Builders
French Canada Sentence Builders Get your students working on building sentences! This set contains EIGHT sentences to be unscrambled. The theme of this set is CANADA. All the sentences are questions and you can get your students to practice even more by having them answer the questions orally or
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Canada Informational Text Flapbook and Map
Have your students learn about Canada!Your Canada Flapbook in detail:This flapbook is a culture reference guide to have your beginners learn more about Canada and the Canadians. Four versions are included: colored or B&W, completed or to be completed. Feel free to ask for another one if you need

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Interactive Read Aloud Lesson – Shi-shi-etko A Story about First Nations Culture
This interactive read aloud is a great way to combine Social Studies and Language Arts! Shi-shi-etko is a beautifully illustrated book about First Nations Culture and one family’s experience with Residential Schools. What is Included? • Two Interactive Read Aloud Lessons • Lesson 1 focuses on the

Also included in: First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) Interactive Read Aloud Bundle

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REMEMBRANCE DAY, CANADA, NOVEMBER 11TH
This word search has key vocabulary about the importance of this day. Peace is the solution to war. Many have sacrificed their lives. Happy Holiday, Canada!
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Interactive Read Aloud “When I Was Eight” A Residential Schools Story
This interactive read aloud will be a fantastic addition to your Reader’s Workshop. The book “When I was Eight” is an intense story about a young girl in a residential school. This is the perfect read aloud if you are trying to introduce residential schools to your upper elementary or junior high st

Also included in: First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) Interactive Read Aloud Bundle

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When We Were Alone - Supporting First Nations Native American Literature
Supporting First Nations/ Native American Literature in the Classroom This unit is part of a Julie Flett BUNDLE: Supporting First Nations and Metis Literature in the Primary Classroom - Discovery of SelfWhen We Were Alone, written by David A Robertson and illustrated by Julie Flett, beautifully
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Canada Location, Climate, and Natural Resources DBQ
This includes 3 Document Based Questions with maps, charts, pictures, graphs, and facts to provide students with the materials to create constructed responses using evidence. I recommend allowing students to work in groups of 4 and assigning roles to each student (writer, analyzer, evidence provider
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Ice Fishing for Inuit Facts and Opinions: An Arctic Literacy Activity
Help your students practice distinguishing facts and opinions while they learn about the Inuit people. This literacy activity makes a great addition to an Arctic-themed unit or a study of Native peoples. Set-Up: • Make enough copies of the Inuit Facts & Opinions recording sheet for each studen
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8 Seven Sacred Grandfathers Teachings Scrambled Sentences PLUS Recording Pages
Are you including aboriginal studies in your curriculum this year? These Scrambled sentences teach your students a little bit about the seven grandfather teachings. Turtle- Truth Bear- Bravery Beaver- Wisdom Wolf- Humility Sasquatch/Sabe- Honesty Buffalo- Respect Eagle- Love Includes: 8 Sentences
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Canadian Poets
This is a sixteen frame power point on a random selection of Canadian poets and a sample of their works. Pictures, facts and assignments are included to make this an interesting and engaging resource. This would be helpful when working on a Canadian unit or a poetry unit.
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Not My Girl - Inuit, First Nations', Native American Literature Lessons
Supporting Inuit, First Nations and Native American Literature in the classroom Not My Girl, written by Christy Jordan-Fenton and Margret Pokiak-Fenton and illustrated by Gabrielle Grimard, depicts the struggles an Inuit girl experiences while reuniting with her family after attending a northern r
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Canada Day Activity Booklet
Looking for a fun activity package as part of your Canada Day celebrations? This package contains 7 different fun activities that are a great addition to your Canada Day activities. The booklet is designed to be printed front to back on 2 sheets of paper and includes the following activities: a
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Language, Social Studies- Journal, Learning About Pioneers
A Pioneer Journal with open ended sentence starters for each category. Included is a page of lines for those who want to extend their writing. Also included are frames for an illustration of what the student has written about.
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Aboriginal Poems
This is a compilation of five original poems to be used to support early learning about animals and resources that are important to Aboriginal people in British Columbia. These poems were written with young readers in mind, to be used in a poem book and on a pocket chart. The poems include: The Or
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The First Mosquito - A First Nations/ Native American Legend
Supporting First Nations/ Native American Literature in the Classroom The First Mosquito, written and illustrated by Caroll Simpson, explores First Nations’, (Native American) Literature with reading strategies such as visualization, connection, questioning, predicting and summarizing. Easy to us
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Kookum's Red Shoes - A Residential School Unit
Supporting First Nations' and Native American Literature in the ClassroomKookum's Red Shoes, written by written by Peter Eyvindson, and illustrated by Sheldon Dawson is a heartfelt story describing a little girl's experience before, during and after residential school. This short story unit was cr
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CHC2D Anticipation Guide: Prohibition
This is a sample anticipation guide that I have used with my students before they read a section of text. The texts needed for this are Spotlight Canada and the good ole' Canadiana Scrapbook.
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Jacques Cartier fluency and comprehension leveled passage
This is a nonfiction leveled passage about Jacques Cartier. There is a first/second grade level passage, third grade level passage and a fourth/above grade level passage. There is also a version of the passage that focuses on vocabulary and learning new words. I've also included fluency trackers t
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Brothers of the Wolf - A First Nations / Native American Legend
Supporting First Nations/ Native American Literature and Legends in the Classroom Brothers of the Wolf, written and illustrated by Caroll Simpson, explores First Nations’, (Native American) Literature with reading strategies such as visualization, connection, questioning, predicting and summarizin
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Secret of the Dance - A First Nations Native American Literature Unit
Supporting First Nations, Native American Literature in the Classroom Secret of the Dance, written by Andrea Spalding and Alfred Scow and Illustrated by Darlene Gait, is a story that addresses the Canadian government's attempt of cultural genocide on the First Nations People. This literature un
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Indigenous Alphabet Wall Cards French Version (Manuscript)
Help create a beautiful space on your classroom walls with these French Indigenous Alphabet Wall Cards. Each card represents an aspect of the First Peoples of Canada culture and includes real photos from the Inuit, Metis, Haida, West Coast First Nations, and Plains First Nations People. Some of the
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REMEMBRANCE DAY, CANADA:  A CRYPTOGRAM ACTIVITY  w/answer key
This cryptogram honors those who have perished protecting our freedoms. We pray for world peace. Thanks so much for visiting!
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