This colouring book is part of the Connecting with Our First Family / gaa-izhi-azhenaadiziyang nindinimaaganinaan: series. This book is published by TakingITGlobal Connected North program in partnership with Indigenous Artist and Visual Story Teller, Nyle Johnston of Miigizi Creations. The purpose of the project is to support students and educators in the process of understanding the Anishinaabe Nation, strengthening identity and culture, Ojibwe language revitalization and community development.
'Anishinabek Nation Colouring Book' begins with the preamble to the Anishinabek Nation Constitution adopted in 2011. There are clear illustrations and words to match in both Ojibwe and English - the gift of spirituality, the gifts given to the Anishinabe to look after, the seven sacred gifts to guide them and more. A double page map of the regions is included.
Indigenous Dwellings of Canada: A Colouring Book authored by Katherine and Leo Pettipas and illustrated by Don Monkman is produced by Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre. This 53-page colouring book depicts the various styles of buildings designed by First Nations and Inuit peoples over the centuries. Each page has a brief caption describing the Nation and the dwelling such as winter pit houses, longhouses, wigwams, earth lodges, plank houses, and earth lodges.
Each of the pictures in this 24-page coloring book represents an important animal in Pacific Northwest First Nations cultures. The captions under each picture consists of a quotation by noted First Nation artists from this territory. Explore-Discover-Learn colouring book series gathers creatures of the land, sea, and sky in a colouring book of medium difficulty from Native Northwest.
Discover the Animals, First Nations and Native Art Colouring and Learning Book features images and text by various Native and First Nations artists. The stories and artwork are inspired by the animal kingdom, and are divided into three categories: land, sea, and sky. Artists that have contributed their culture, art and insights are Dwayne Simeon, Mark A. Jacobson, Corey Bulpitt, Eric Parnell, Bruce Morrisseau, Wolf Morrisseau, Donald Peters, Doug Lafortune, Ben Houstie, Sean Whonnock, and Terry Starr.
Colour & Draw Northwest Coast Native Formline Colouring Book is a secondary level activity-type colouring book designed by Native Northwest publishing. This edition features 44 Pacific Northwest artists drawing the classic formline outline of animals from the Northwest Coast culture region. Each outlined image is identified according to animal (air, ocean, and air) and artist. Artist Statements appear inside the front cover, and Northwest Coast art element basics are described and illustrated on the first and last pages.
First Nations Coloring Book by Dene artist Johnny Marceland is a 52-page colouring book. The artist creates Norval Morrisseau-inspired artworks and designs that reflect the environment and the animals and birds of the northern Saskatchewan landscape. Born at Buffalo Narrows, Marceland is a member of Birch Narrow First Nation. Students are invited to colour the images according to their personal choice. The stylized images drawn with the Woodland x-ray style are ideal for children with fine motor skills.
First Nations Coloring Book by Dene artist Johnny Marceland is a 52-page colouring book. The artist creates Norval Morrisseau-inspired artworks and designs that reflect the environment and the animals and birds of the northern Saskatchewan landscape. Born at Buffalo Narrows, Marceland is a member of Birch Narrow First Nation. Students are invited to colour the images according to their personal choice.