UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Let's All Play: A Curriculum and Resource Document for the Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1-8: Health and Physical Education, 1998 Traditional Games and Activities of the Northern Ojibway and Cree is produced by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre for use in Health and Physical Education programs of schools in the Nishnawbe-Aski area. Traditional Northern Ojibway and Cree games are introduced for inclusion in grades 1-8. Each game is briefly described for teacher background and teaching activities are included.
Limited Quantity The More We Get Together: A Curriculum Document for the Ontario Curriculum: Social Studies, Grade 6|Heritage and Citizenship Strand Aboriginal Peoples and European Explorers was designed especially for the Grade 6 Ontario Curriculum. This curriculum document provides teaching and learning activities designed to be used with the content contained in The More We Get Together: A Resource Document for the Ontario Curriculum: Social Studies, Grade 6.
UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Wabun First Nations: Community and Life Experiences researched and published by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre contains profiles of youth and Elders from six Ojibwe communities: Beaverhouse First Nation, Brunswick House First Nation, Chapleau Ojibwe First Nation, Matachewan First Nation, Mattagami First Nation, and Wahgoshig First Nation. The Wabun Council represents six Ojibwe First Nations in the Timmins, Cochrane, and Chapleau area of northern Ontario.
Omushkego Cree Style Snowshoe Making is a 29-page bilingual book on how to construct Cree-style snowshoes. Researched and published by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre of Timmins, this book provides a detailed, step-by-step guide of techniques and processes for the completion of a pair of snowshoes. From wood and tree selection, frame construction, to the making of babiche or rawhide, this guide provides illustrations and easy-to-understand steps. A detailed explanation for the lacing of the snowshoe is provided. Recommended trees are tamarack and birch about eight to ten feet tall.
UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Introduction to the Cree language as spoken by the Omushkegowuk people on the west coast of James Bay. This book uses the N dialect and is designed for the beginning learner. The book is divided into 23 brief lessons covering nouns, numbers, personal pronouns, possessives, demonstratives, verbs, verb agreement, verb tenses, imperatives, interrogatives, and questions. Each lesson briefly outlines the basic theme and introduces a limited number of new vocabulary terms.
UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher What Do You Have in Your Canoe? Teacher's Manual is part of an educational package developed by the Ojibway Cree Cultural Centre to address the problem of solvent abuse among children. The Teacher's Manual is designed to tackle the problem by beginning with young children at the kindergarten and grade one level. Their non-direct approach is based on positive reinforcement that addresses the self-image and self-esteem of children.
UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher This colouring book was designed to accompany What Do You Have in Your Canoe? educational kit developed by the Ojibway Cree Cultural Centre. The colouring book is sold separately or as part of the educational kit. This is a resource developed to foster a positive self-image in young Native children living in northern Ontario.