Elementary Resources

Elementary websites

Visit our recommended Shelfari Book List

Goodminds Bookstore Website

Anishinaabe Health Centre Pamphlets

Elder Protocols
Talking Circle
Approaching an Elder or Healer
Four Sacred Medicines
Sacred Items And Bundles

Lesson Templates

FNMI Lesson Template
FNMI Lesson Template Example: Making it Visual
Medicine Wheel Balanced Relations
Medicine Wheel Balance of Self
Medicine Wheel for Respect
Medicine Wheel Circle of Life
Medicine Wheel Balanced Relations

Historical Education

Circle of Aboriginal Education
Culturally Responsive Aboriginal Education
Wampum Belts by Garry Sault
Map Surrender of Indian Lands – S Ont prior to 1854 by Garry Sault

Traditional Arts

Kwa’nu’te: Mi’kmaw and Maliseet Artists Lesson     For the video:   https://www.nfb.ca/film/kwanute_micmac_and_maliseet_artists/
Resources on First Nations Traditional Crafts
Connected Dream Catcher
Bear and Squirrel Story
Manor Park School Mural Project

Sustainable Living & Working With Plants

Natural Remedies and Medicines
Poster on Foods of a Region of First Nations Peoples
Tree as a Symbol in First Nations Cultures
Harvesting Traditional Foods
Heartlake Medicine Garden Info
Toronto Zoo First Nation Art Garden website
Toronto Zoo The Ways of Knowing Stewardship Guide

Residential Schools

Project of Heart Assignment
Duncan Cambell Scott
Garnet’s Journey
Project of Heart website

Published Research & Reports

Staying in School: Engaging Aboriginal Students
Response to RCMP Operational Review on Murdered and Missing Aboriginal Women
Closing the Gap

Ministry of Education Documents



One thought on “Elementary Resources

  1. WOW! I have just discovered this resource page and website. So many great things here for me as a teacher of settler background. Thank you for posting. Have signed up for the blog postings. Am looking forward to the registration for the conference in London. I have so much to learn and unlearn and to pass on to my students and community. Humbled and excited to learn. Inspiré par les appels à l’action. Merci. Migwich.
    (Éric Stephenson, enseignant École élémentaire publique Trille des bois, Vanier (Ontario), Territoire anishnaabé non-cédé)

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