20 Great Ways for Children, Youth and Families to Honour and Celebrate National Indigenous History Month (JUNE)

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Recipe: Bannock that is "elder approved"

Gather up the kids and make some bannock, a much loved traditional staple at gatherings!
Learn how to make this traditional favorite from the Aahksoyo’p Nootski Cookbook
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History Museum Traditional Stories

Listen to traditional stories and creation stories told by six Indigenous storytellers from communities across Canada.
Each recording is available in the respective Indigenous language and in English
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Native-Land.ca Interactive Map

See what the languages, traditional territories, and treaties are in an area.

Must Do Indigenous Cultural & Heritage Experiences in Alberta

Broaden your understanding of the Indigenous peoples history, culture and traditions in Alberta (To Do Canada)
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First Voices

Kids Indigenous Language Portal. Learn phrases, songs, and even some games!
Simply click on the language you would like, pick which theme of words you want to learn from, and then click the little triangle play button under each picture to hear the word spoken.
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Cruncher

A fun fast-facts coloring page game about Indigenous peoples in Canada
Free print-out, directions and game instructions. (Government of Canada)
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At-Home Learning

The Government of Canada online activity guide filled with stories and games that will help you and your family learn more about Indigenous cultures
It’s never been easier to learn more about the Indigenous Peoples of Canada from the comfort of your own home and to have fun doing it.
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Honouring Memories, Planting Dreams

Celebrated in May and June, plant heart gardens in memory of children lost to the residential school system
Honour residential school survivors and their families, and support the legacy of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). See FN Caring Society
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Warrior Kids Interactive Podcast

A celebration of everything Indigenous!
Sharing 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 Nation
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Our Elders Stories - Metis Videos

Elder's knowledge and wisdom to stimulate pride in Michif language and culture.
Viewers can experience music and storytelling here to create emotional connections and meaningful experiences in support of their language learning
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Roots of Wisdom - Touch Screen Mini-Games Gathering Native Foods

Includes clam digging, wild blackberry picking, and salmon catching in ways that honor land and community
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Anaana's Tent

Learn Inuktitut Words & Songs and Play Games
With the help of her old husky, Qimmiq, and a cast of special friends, Rita Claire sings songs, plays games, reads stories and learns new words in Inuktitut
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Spirit North Nature BINGO

Get outside and explore! Challenge yourself to nature bingo! Check
Free Download! Check off the square as soon as you have found the item in nature until someone gets a full house. One or more players
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APP - Honour Water

A singing game that teaches Anishinaabe songs about preserving and protecting our waters
Anishinaabemowin (phonetics) and English is displayed to guide players throughout each song, which were gifted by elders who collaborated at the singers of the Oshkii Giizhik Gathering and Sharon Day.Rated 4+ FREEE on IOS Devices
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A Blackfoot Movement Story

A Blackfoot Creation Story that gets learners up and moving the actions of the story from Be Fit for Life
The movements in the story will also help support the development of physical literacy, through the exploration of different gross motor movements, repetition and fun while learning the stories
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Video - The Owl and the Raven: An Inuit Legend

According to this Inuit legend the Raven was not always the jet-blackbird that it is today...
KingInukshuk share the The Owl and the Raven: An Inuit Legend
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Indigenous Games for Children

Traditional Indigenous games and activities from Indigenous Communities across Canada
Games for 5 years old and up, Make a family afternoon of it and learn more about traditional games while you laugh and play!
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Métis Digital Scavenger Hunt (RCTL)

A fun and interactive activity to learn more about Métis culture and history
Follow the instructions to start the game and have fun learning more about Metis culture and traditions - includes coloring pages and fun activities!
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Indigenous Dwellings of Canada Colouring Book

Bring the drawings of Indigenous Dwellings of Canada to life with colour
Learn more about the homes and lifestyles of Indigenous nations.FREE TO DOWNLOAD from Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre
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Naming of the Months - Native American Moons

Learn about the traditional Indigenous naming of months based on the moon
Names were given to each of the full moons to keep track of the passing year. The names are associated with the entire month until the next full moon occurs. Learn about names given to each month
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