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Teach SEL and health topics to primary grades using the medicine wheel, an Indigenous/Native American symbol!This unit helps students understand mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health and how each type of health affects the others. They'll learn about fostering healthy habits to improve o
The Medicine Wheel has many teachings: the directions, seasonal cycle, daily cycle, health and well-being, traditional medicines, and so much more! In the 2018-19 school year, I made it my goal to infuse more FNMI education into our daily programming - and the Medicine Wheel was one pivotal addition
Teaching the medicine wheel is an important part of Indigenous studies. This fortune teller medicine wheel allows students to better retain the symbolism of the medicine wheel. Students simply fold and color in their fortune and then play the game with each other. Please check out the preview to see
Canada Residential Schools History Intro Unit Reconciliation First Nations.Native Americans, Canadian History, Graphic Organizer, Minds-On, Minds On, 3-part Lesson Plan, Posters, Information Text, Intro to Residential Schools and Reconciliation, Story Telling*Some crossover with my other Orange Shir
This Indigenous (First Nations, Native American) social studies medicine wheel unit guides elementary and middle school students through Aboriginal teachings around health and wellbeing, while also teaching about Indigenous culture and values.Blending ELA (writing and reading), social studies, and s
This one-page mini-assignment, with a mini-rubric included on the bottom of the page, is a suitable mid-unit for World Religions, Canadian History, or other Social Sciences courses.Understanding elements of Indigenous spirituality includes understanding the role of nature, object, and colour in orig
Grades:
5th - 12th
This is an activity designed to help support students literacy, well being and self awareness. Students will learn about the Medicine Wheel and how it plays a huge part in health and healing through a variety of activities. Due to the circumstances of COVID 19, I have included the materials and less
Add some authentic art to your Native American study with this interactive book about the Native American Medicine Wheel. Through exploring the symbols used in a medicine wheel, children will also learn the four cardinal directions, the four elements of the earth (earth, wind, water, and fire), and
Decorate your in-person or virtual classroom and teach the four seasons using the Medicine Wheel, a Canadian Indigenous (First Nations) and Native American symbol! Included are both colour and black-and-white versions of the Medicine Wheel seasons posters, individual seasons posters (spring, summer,
Plains Indian Medicine Wheels - Reading Comprehension and Substitute Plan allows students to read and explore these sacred circles and how medicine wheels are links to traditions of the Plains Indians.Included is a 4-page reading (Narrative), 4-page (26-questions) comprehension, coloring page, and c
Students learn S.M.A.R.T. goals through and webquest and worksheet (answer key included). They develop their own smart goals, learning about the Medicine Wheel teachings, and express these as an art/poster project.
Medicine Wheel Framework Poster Graphic Organizer Residential School TimelineNative Americans, Canadian History, Graphic Organizer, Intro to Residential Schools and Reconciliation,*Some crossover with my other Orange Shirt Day Residential School Packages and the Intermediate Package, 3 Part Lesson
Decorate your in-person or virtual French immersion classroom and teach the four seasons using the Medicine Wheel, a Canadian Indigenous (First Nations) and Native American symbol! Included are both colour and black-and-white versions of the Medicine Wheel seasons posters as well as colour individu
These are perfect for independent work tasks in your special education classroom.Some of the targeted skills include:• Fine motor - pincer grasp• Left to right task routine• One to one correspondenceContents:• 5 activities • activities include: four elements, life cycle, four sacred medicines, four
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First Nations Content- used this for my health unit on decision making and stress
FREE printable poster that can be use to teach socials, SEL, and health topics to primary grades using the medicine wheel, an Indigenous/Native American symbol! Great to hang in the classroom!Included is a colour version, a print-friendly, black-and-white version, and a teacher's guide with some use
Incorporate indigenous learning principles into your instruction by teaching your students about medicine wheels. This resource includes a basic understanding of what a medicine wheel is, infographics exploring what each part of the medicine wheel represents, along with a blank medicine wheel for st
Students fill in the Medicine Wheel with appropriate labels and S.M.A.R.T. goals, and color/finish as desired. Print on 11 x 17 paper, and cut out image. I have my students glue to construction paper for frame.
When we ask students to create a goal for themselves, they often get stuck on general ideas such as get better grades, not play video games until one in the morning. By giving students the medicine wheel, it focuses students to look at themselves in a more holistic manner. It is important for studen
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Not Grade Specific
Classroom expectations for high school students based on the four sections of the First Nations medicine wheel: spiritual, mental, emotional, physical.
Grades:
9th - 12th
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Psychology 40S - Topic of Stress. Using the concept of the Indigenous Medicine Wheel to help students reflect upon their coping methods for dealing with stress in their life. Manitoba Curricular Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs) covered: 2.4.2  Identify and explain cognitive and behavioural strategi
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4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Created for grades 1-4, this activity incorporates Canadian Indigenous teachings of both the medicine wheel and dreamcatchers.
A graphic organizer that asks students to locate and record information regarding the Medicine Wheel and the items in the different quadrants. You will need to locate reliable sources for your students as each region/group may have their own teachings.Alternatively, there is an answer key provided s
Grades:
6th - 11th

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