Local Kwantlen Elders: (Part 1 & 2)
Virtual Ways to Participate:
- Virtual Summer Solstice Festival – LiveStream events every Friday and Saturday until June 21st
- Article: 11 Ways to Virtually Celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day
- Peggy Janicki’s Read Alouds: password is MPSD
Books: Robot Beaver, Secret of the Dance, & Stoney Creek Woman (in progress).
- NFB: 10 min film: “Sgaana”
- Warrior Kids Podcast:We are so happy that you are joining us!! We are an interactive podcast that is a celebration of everything Indigenous! We want to share Indigenous cultures and values so that kids can learn about what it means to be strong, healthy and compassionate warriors for themselves, their families, communities and Nations.
- Kids helpline Photography project: Youth Stories: Indigenous kids on the power of photography
- 35 Books to Read for National Indigenous History Month (Gr.6+)
- Virtual Powow article and video clip from CBC
- Fry Bread Friday Videos:
- Government of Canada Learning Resources (English) (French)
- Includes activity guides and posters
- Canadian Encyclopedia Article (English) (French)
- NIMMIWG –Their Voices Will Guide Us: Student & Youth Engagement Guide (Early Learning – Gr.12) (p.1 to p. 19 for K to 5)
- Walking Together: First Nations, Metis and Inuit Perspectives in Curriculum The digital resource Walking Together: First Nations, Métis and Inuit Perspectives in Curriculum was designed to help teachers understand the holistic nature of First Nations, Métis and Inuit ways of knowing; to provide opportunity for Inuit, First Nations and Métis peoples to share their perspectives on topics important to them; and to demonstrate First Nations, Métis and Inuit perspectives in teaching and learning experiences.
- The Secret Life of the North (CBC):How has the North been impacted by forces of colonization and why have many Canadians not known about the history, geography, and society of the Inuit? This episode explores the history and geography of the North; examines the distinct culture, language and politics of the Inuit; and recognizes the impacts of colonization on the Inuit.Possible teaching connections include Geography, History, Social Studies, Indigenous Studies, Civics, and Anthropology.