Indigenous (First Nations) Tools and Technologies Lesson

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This pdf file is a quick lesson which teaches students about 5 different tools used by 3 different Indigenous (First Nations, Aboriginal) cultures in Canada:

♥ Ulu (Copper Inuit)

♥ Awl (Copper Inuit)

♥ Maul (Haida, Salish)

♥ Weir (Haida, Salish)

♥ Travois (Ojibwa, Sioux, Blackfoot)

You will get:

♥ Lesson plan

♥ PDF file to project as you teach

♥ Student recording sheet

♥ Anchor chart posters

This perfectly aligns with the *new* British Columbia (BC) grade 3 curriculum, but would work great anywhere in Canada! It also integrates in inferencing skills and requires very little prep!

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If you're wanting more, you can purchase my Canada's Indigenous Cultures Inquiry Based Unit instead which INCLUDES this lesson!

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Total Pages
15 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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