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Indigenous education

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Indigenous Education | Grade 4 | Grade 5

The month of June is dedicated to Indigenous history in Canada. June 21st is National Indigenous Peoples Day which is an opportunity for all Canadians to celebrate the amazing contributions of First Nations, Métis and Inuit people in Canada.

Story Stones: An Indigenous Game With Many Lessons

Looking for fun activities to do at home? Learn how to make your own set of Story Stones or ENTER TO WIN a completed set (see below for details)! This fun, educational activity is a hit with children and adults alike. As taught to the author by the International Traditional Games Society. April 26, 2020 Authored by: Andrea Deleeuw In 2012, I attended a land-based training event led by the International Traditional Games Society. This inter-tribal organization was founded by cultural…

Indigenous Peoples Activities For Kids

Wondering how to celebrate Indigenous peoples day for elementary? Why not explore a few fantastic people with these easy STEM and art activities? Create art with Bronwyn Bancroft and Kenojuak Ashevak, explore space with John

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A Red Dress Day Indigneous Reading Comprehension activity to help your students understand the MMIWG2+ epidemic across Turtle Island. MMIWG2+ continues to be a strong issue in Canada. Thoughtful consideration has been taken to ensure we pay respect to Indigenous peoples in our resources, with Truth and Reconciliation as our mission. Not everyone should be having conversations about violence towards Indigenous people and we encourage you to meet your students where they are at.
Sometimes it might make us (adults/teachers/administrators) feel uncomfortable to listen to them (youth/scholars). Yet, we need to intentionally create the space and time for our young people to tell their truth and share their experiences. In this short clip from the most recent episode of Our Classroom, Ava Barker challenges educators to teach Early American History from the perspective of the Indigenous Peoples of the Unites States.
In celebration of Indigenous Day, Codex Beauty Labs remains committed to serving and protecting Indigenous Mapuche families inhabiting the Central Valley of Chile, where Antü's natural ingredients are sourced. Together with NActive, we have created The Codex Indigenous Program to support Mapuche families by funding childhood education (1% of all top-line sales from The Antü Collection directly funds The AIR Program) and ensure a portion of royalties support local fair wages.
Mama Thrive's mission is to become allies in the multicultural journey of maternal health, ensuring that indigenous women have access to comprehensive, affordable, high-quality health care services. As health care providers, we inform and educate about racial bias, as well as actively listen to indigenous women's concerns to provide personalized care.