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The Treaty Makers and Hand Shakers! (Grades 1-3)
Treaty Makers & Hand Shakers cover In this enticing fact based story, a young Cree girl shares her family’s story; a story filled with colossal changes and events; events like the fur trade and the treaties. After briefly sharing how her home on the Plains, and how her Cree family and community were changed by the fur trade, the girl recounts how her family, and First Nation community were involved and impacted with the signing of Treaty 6. In her detailed account, the girl describes the Pipe Stem ceremony that began the treaty 6 meetings, the different reasons for wanting the treaty, the context of the Treaty 6 meetings, including the values and principles of a good treaty relationship, Treaty 6 promises, the significance of the handshake that followed the signings, and the celebration that ended the momentous and historic event. This awesome resource allows for easy reading and understanding.

Price: 1 copy $20.00
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From Following Buffalo to Trading Posts to Treaties (Grades 3-6)
From Following Buffalo to Trading Posts to Treaties coverIn this engaging story, readers are taken on an Indigenous heritage tour where they learn about Cree life on the Plains before, during and after the fur trade. Readers will learn about Canada’s Indigenous heritage and about the historic relationship of people to the land. Readers will learn about the fur trade and the European influence on Pre-Confederation Canada---about the origins of cultural diversity, cultural change and about multiculturalism in Canada. This informative story also focuses on the treaties and the treaty relationship between First Nations and Canada’s Crown. The factual details of this fascinating curricular resource are enhanced by vibrant photographs that take readers back in time to an important part in Canadian history.
Price: 1 copy $20.00
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Proud to Be Me, and Métis (Grades 1-5)
Proud to be Me and Metis cover Read a captivating fact-filled story about the rise of the Métis, and the Métis nation! This VERY informative and historical story focuses on all 3 Prairie provinces. The book’s awesome photographs take readers back in time, illustrating Métis life, culture and heritage. Readers and listeners will learn how the Métis have influenced and shaped the Prairies. Other curricular outcomes and concepts of focus include: cultural diversity, family stories, traditions and celebrations, communities, their characteristics, their influences like geography and environment, how communities change over time, the fur trade, Métis governance etc. This impressive resource covers key curricular concepts,
objectives and outcomes for grades 1-5.
Price: 1 copy $21.00
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Priced so that every student and educator may have one! Click thumbnail to view all 6 bookmarks!

Incredibly priced at $1.00 each
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Jumbo Cut-Outs of Famous Indigenous Leaders and Crusaders for Equality and Treaty Rights
Bring your classroom, library, display boards etc. to life with these beautifully hand drawn Jumbo portrait cut-outs of four famous Indigenous leaders and crusaders for Equality and Treaty rights! Standing close to 3 feet tall (2.75 feet), when pieced together these one-of-a-kind images would make great teaching aids and additions when covering curricular areas, particularly in Social Studies, History, Indigenous Studies, and in Treaty Education. Choose from Chief Big Bear, Chief Crowfoot, Louis Riel, or Dr. Frank Calder. Talk about a great way to bring Indigenous content and inspiration into your classroom and school.

Incredibly priced at $12.50 each
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All About Treaty 6 Photo Cards and Bulletin Board Display Kit (All Grades)
Learn and teach all about Treaty 6 through this one-of-a-kind teaching aid. This unique, visual and versatile teaching aid includes 30 captivating photographs that come in various sizes (8.5 x11, 8.5 x 5.5, 4 x 5, 8.5 x 3.66 inches). These vibrant photographs come with factual details on them and they truly capture the essence of Treaty 6, from beginning to end. This awesome learning resource can be used to make beautiful bulletin board/wall and library displays or in engaging activities in several core subject areas like Social Studies, History, Language Arts, Arts Education etc. Talk about a fun, visual and versatile way to teach and learn about Treaty 6.

Price: 1 kit $23.00
TreatiesMap ThumbnailThe Numbered Treaties Photo Cards and Bulletin Board Display Kit (All Grades)
This teaching and learning aid is exactly like the teaching aid described above, but it focuses on The Numbered Treaties.

Price: 1 kit $23.00

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Proud To Be Me: An Aboriginal Story (Grades K-3)
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This powerful story is about an Aboriginal boy who encounters bullying because of his braided hair. The boy’s Grandfather not only comes to his rescue, but he eloquently teaches him about his braided hair, his Aboriginal culture, traditions, and teachings, and about the Do’s and Don’ts of bullying. This is a “MUST HAVE” book! The engaging and fact based story also touches on Canada’s fur trade history, the treaties, and Canada’s ties to Britain. This great curricular resource covers and links numerous concepts and outcomes in both Social Studies and Health.

Price: 1 copy $20.00
Click on Image for Preview All About The Treaty People In My Community (Grades 2-4)
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Read a captivating fact based story about a prairie community in the past; a community formed by a group of newcomers to Canada—Ukrainian settlers. The informative story describes the challenges and celebrations that came with immigration and prairie settlement. This historical prairie story also describes how the community was befriended and helped by their Cree neighbours, and how the community became proud Canadians, who understood the concept “we are all treaty people.” The story focuses on the community’s heritage, their way and quality of life, and how the community changed over time. The book’s vibrant photographs enhance the story and its curricular outcomes and links.

Price: 1 copy $20.00
Click on Image for Preview A Special Community From Canada’s Past: A Métis Story (Grades 2 - 4)
Revised Full Colour Edition
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This book provides a factual account about the rise and fall of Batoche, a Métis community on the Prairies. The book is filled with a multitude of awesome photographs which illustrate and enhance the story of this vibrant community from the past. This must have book includes unique learning activities. Curricular outcomes and links include: history and ethnic diversity on the prairies, communities from the past and how they change over time, and Métis culture and history.

Price: 1 copy $21.00
Click on Image for Preview Our New Treaty Neighbours (Grades 3-5)
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This fascinating fact based story focuses on the MANY ways in which one Aboriginal family showed their goodwill and helped their new and diverse neighbours survive as prairie settlers. This informative story examines the histories, the ways of life and heritage of Canada’s diverse people. This fabulous story also describes the celebrations and the challenges that came with prairie settlement. Some of the story’s curricular links and concepts include: community, quality and ways of life, identity, ethnic diversity, citizenship, and how as Canadians, “WE ARE ALL TREATY PEOPLE.”

Price: 1 copy $21.00
Click on Image for PreviewOur Treaty Day Celebration (Grades 1-3)
Treaty Day Celebrations ThumbIn this captivating story students will not only learn about Canada’s treaties with the First Nations people, but they will also learn about the Treaty Day celebration and its significance to Canada, its history, and its people. This informative book is filled with awesome coloured photographs which enhance the story and its curricular objectives. This great resource focuses on the following core concept areas: family, community, treaties, citizenship, and First Nations cultures and history.

Price: 1 copy $20.00
Click on Image for PreviewCelebrating the Treaties (Grades 4-6)
Celebrating Treaties ThumbThis engaging and factual story focuses on Canada’s treaties with the First Nations people. This informative curricular resource discusses how and why the treaties came to be, along with their profound significance to Canada and all its people. The book’s captivating coloured photographs enhance the story and its curricular objectives which include: the concepts of treaties, citizenship, rules and responsibilities of Government, Canada’s history and the fur trade, the history of the treaties, and First Nations cultures and history.

Price: 1 copy $20.00
Click on Image for PreviewThe First Stewards of the Land: An Alphabet Story from A-Z (Grades 4-6)
First Stewards ThumbIn this enticing story students will learn all about the Aboriginals and their deep connection to the land and how their belief and value system enhance this connection. This factual story covers each letter of the alphabet A through Z, which makes for easy reading and understanding. This informative book is filled with captivating coloured photographs which enhance the story. This curricular resource would be a great addition to Social Studies and Science classes with its focus on environmentalism and agriculture. The book comes with reproducible learning pages.

Price: 1 copy $23.00
Now in Colour!A Treaty Story (Grades 1-4) Full Colour Edition
Treaty story cover colour thumbRead a story about a girl and her Plains Cree family and their life on the Plains before and after the arrival of the Europeans. In particular, the story focuses on how the girl’s family and community were involved in the fur trade, and later in the signing of a treaty. Curricular objectives of this book include: the concepts of family and cummunity, communities of the past, how communities change over time, as well as First Nations culture and history, and the treaties. this must-have book is comprised of coloured photographs of the Plains region, as well as images of Plains Cree culture. This form of illustration was designed to enhance the curricular objectives of the book. Fun and unique activities that enhance the story come with the book.
Price: 1 copy $21.00

New Games!
NEW!The Prairie Métis Game (Grades 4 & Up)
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This fun and interactive game allows students to learn about the early Métis and their life on the Prairies, particularly in the settlement of Batoche. The unique 12x18 game board is comprised of coloured photographs that capture the Prairies, as well as Métis and Batoche history and culture. As an added BONUS, this great curricular resource comes with a 12x18 educational poster titled “A Métis COMMUNITY FROM CANADA’S PAST.”

Price: 1 copy $20.00
NEW!The Northwest Resistance Game (Grades 4 & Up)
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This fun and interactive game allows students to learn all about the Métis and the Northwest Resistance of 1885. The unique 12x18 game board is comprised of captivating coloured photographs that take students back in time to the resistance. As an added BONUS, this great curricular resource comes with a 12x18 educational poster titled
“THE NORTHWEST RESISTANCE OF 1885.”

Price: 1 copy $20.00



A Mountie in Canada's West (Grades 4-6)
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Read a captivating story about a Mountie and his enthralling experiences in the North West Mounted Police force. This fictional story is based on facts and touches on many important events and topics in Western Canadian history including: the history of the N.W.M.P. and Fort Macleod, the force’s role and relations with settlers and First Nations, the force’s response to the whiskey trade, Fort Whoop-up, and the North West Resistance. The book’s awesome coloured photographs undoubtedly enhance the story. This great curricular resource comes with reproducible learning pages.

Price: 1 copy $23.00

A Trading Post Community (Grades 2-3)
A Trading Post Community thumb Read and learn all about a trading post community that developed on the prairies during the fur trade. This informative book centers around the concept of community, the fur trade, its participants, and the important role and influence that First Nations and Métis people had on the fur trade. The factual details of this curricular story are enhanced by vibrant coloured photographs that capture the fur trade era. This awesome resource comes with reproducible learning pages.

Price: 1 copy $23.00

Nohkom Went To Residential School (Grades 1-6)
Nohkom Went to Res School Thum Learn about one grandmother’s Residential School experience through the eyes of her granddaughter. This powerful story describes the ordeals and hardships the grandmother faced during her long placement at the school. Learn how previous Cree teachings helped her to endure, and how a special apology helped her to heal. This fact based story discusses the importance of family, culture, and traditions. This book should be read by all Canadians.

Price: 1 copy $20.00
Tipi Teachings Cover This awesome resource eloquently shares and teaches the meanings and values of the tipi and its poles. Beautiful coloured photographs enhance the book and its important teachings. This must have book can be a great asset when teaching and setting the tone for individual and classroom behaviour and etiquette. What  a great way to tie in Aboriginal content and culture in the classroom!

Price: 1 copy $20.00

The Fur Trade From A-Z in Cursive (Grades 4-6)
Fur Trade from A to Z Cover Read and learn all about the fur trade and how it led to the development and settlement of Canada. The factual and captivating story covers each letter of the alphabet A through Z, which makes for easy reading and understanding. This informative book is filled with  coloured photographs which enhance the story and the fur trade era. As an added BONUS, this book comes with “The Aboriginal Guide Game”, a game that focuses on the fur trade.

Price: 1 copy $24.00

Prairie Settlement Book Series (Grades 4-6)
    Book 1:  Memories of My Fur Trade Days: An Aboriginal Story
Memories of My Fur Trade Days Cover Read the story of a Plains Cree man who takes his son on a special journey down his old fur trade route. During the journey the man reminisces about his fur trade days and the fur trade era, teaching his son a great deal about that era. He shares with his son the ways in which the fur trade affected their family and community, and how it led to the signing of treaties, and to prairie development and settlement. This curricular resource is comprised of vibrant coloured photographs which enhance the story and take you back in time to the fur trade era. Based on facts, this fictional book comes with an added Bonus; it comes with “The Treaty In The Making Game”, a fun and interactive game on Treaty 6!

Price: 1 copy $24.00

Prairie Settlement Book Series (Grades 4-6)
    Book 2:  The Settlers Arrive
Settlers Arrive Cover Thumb Book 2 carries on the story of the Plains Cree man, whose family become neighbours with European settlers. This fictional story is based on facts about prairie settlement and development, Ukrainian culture, and Plains Cree culture. The awesome coloured photographs enhance the story and take you back in time to the late 1800’s, to the era of prairie settlement and development. This great curricular resource comes with reproducible learning pages.

Price: 1 copy $23.00

Prairie Settlement Book Series (Grades 4-6)
Book 3: The New Prairie Farmers
New Prairie Farmers ThumContinues the engaging story on prairie settlement. In this book readers are introduced to Seager Wheeler, the Wheeler homestead, and to wheat farming on the prairies. In this fact based curricular story many aspects of early agriculture are discussed including early agricultural practices and machinery, and land stewardship. Captivating coloured photographs enhance the story and capture the early agricultural era. This tremendous curricular resource is simply “one of a kind”, and it comes with reproducible learning pages.

Price: 1 copy $23.00

Plains Cree Book Series
New Neighbours for My Cree Family
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Book 3 carries on the story of the Plains Cree boy and his family. The story shares how the family went from following buffalo herds to becoming part of the fur trade, and then later becoming neighbours and teachers to European settlers. This fact based curricular story is a great introduction to the fur trade and to prairie settlement. This informative book highlights the important role that First Nations people played in both areas of Canadian development. As well, the book is filled with captivating coloured photographs which enhance the story. The book comes with reproducible learning pages (one set or grade level per book). Please specify the desired grade level of learning pages: grade 1 or grade 2/3.

Price: $23.00

The Treaty Alphabet Book (Grades K-3)
Treaty Alphabet Book thumbnail Read and learn all about Canada's treaties with the First Nations peoples. This must have book is a story for all Canadians. The factual and captivating story covers each letter of the alphabet A through Z, which allows for easy reading and understanding. The book is filled with vibrant coloured photographs which enhance the story and the curricular objectives. The book focuses on the following curricular objectives: the concepts of treaties, citizenship, rules and responsibilities of Government, the history of the treaties, and First Nations history and cultures. The book comes with reproducible learning pages (one set or grade level per book). Please specify the desired grade level of the learning pages: Kindergarten, Grade 1 Grade 2 and 3.

Price: 1 copy $23.00

The Treaties from A to Z (Grades 4-6)
The Treaties from A-Z cover thumbnail This book is almost a replica of the above story, however, a few changes were made to make this book enticing for upper grades. This book focuses on the following curricular objectives: the concepts of treaties, citizenship, rules and responsibilities of Government, Government leaders, Canada's history, the history of the treaties, and First Nations cultures and history. This book also comes with reproducible learning pages.

Price: 1 copy $23.00

All About Mama's Metis Family: From A-Z (Grades K-2)
All About Mama's Metis Family Cover thumbnail Read a story about a Metis family and all about their prairie life in their Metis community. The story focuses on each letter of the alphabet A through Z. The factual details of the story are enhanced by the book's coloured photographs which captures the historic community of Batoche, the Prairies, and Metis history and culture. The book touches on the following curricular objectives: the concepts of family, and community, communities of the past, how communities change over time, and Metis history and culture. The book comes with reproducible learning pages ( one set or grade level per book). Please specify the desired grade level of learning pages: Kindergarten, Grade 1 or Grade 2.

Price: 1 copy $23.00

All About Mama's Metis Family: From A-Z ( Grades 3-4)
Mama's Metis Family Cover Cursive Thumbnail This book is almost a replica of the above story, however a few changes were made to make it enticing for students in grades 3 and 4. The book and its reproducible learning pages focus on the following curricular objectives: the concepts of community, communities of the past, Saskatchewan, and its history, Metis culture and history. This book also comes with reproducible learning pages.

Price: 1 copy $23.00

Plains Cree Book Series (Pre-Kindergarten- Grade 2) Book 1: Me And My Cree Family
Me and My Cree Family Cover Thumbnail Read a story about a boy and his Plains Cree family and their life on the Plains before the arrival of the Europeans. This story provides factual details about the Plains region and what daily life was like for the Plains Cree long ago. To enhance the factual details of the story, the book is comprised of coloured photographs of both the Plains region, and Plains Cree culture. The book focuses on the following curricular objectives: the concepts of family and community and one's responsibilities within them, communities of the past, and Aboriginal culture and history. The book comes with reproducible learning pages (one set or 1 grade level per book). Please specify the desired grade level of the learning pages: Pre-K- Kindergarten, Grade 1, or Grade 2.

Price: 1 copy $23.00

Plains Cree Book Series (Pre-Kindergarten- Grade 2) Book 2: My Home is Where the Buffalo Roam
My Home is Where the Buffalo Roam cover thumbnail My Home Is Where The Buffalo Roam - carries on the story of the Plains Cree boy, his family and his community. This book focuses on the buffalo and its importance to the Plains Cree people. Once again, vibrant coloured photographs are used to enhance the story. Reproducible learning pages also come with this factual and captivating storybook. Please specify the desired grade level of the learning pages: Pre K- Kindergarten, Grade 1, or Grade 2.

Price: 1 copy $23.00

Counting in Cree: Numerous Numbers of Aboriginal Inventions (Pre-K - Kindergarten)
Counting in Cree Cover Pre-K to K Thumbnail This fun-filled learning resource focuses on Cree numbers 1-20. Aboriginal inventions is the theme of this book, and it provides students the opportunity to learn about the numerous contributions made by Canada’s Aboriginal peoples. While focusing on core objectives such as: Cree numbers and Aboriginal contributions, the book is filled with learning pages that focus on increasing students’ number sense. A 20 piece paper puzzle on Cree numbers is included with this book.

Price: 1 copy $20.00

Counting in Cree: Numerous Numbers of Aboriginal Inventions (Grades 1 & 2)
Counting in Cree Cvr 1 & 2 thumnail This book is an extension of the Kindergarten series. There are additional learning pages on Cree number names, addition, subtraction, equal groups, sets of ten, number patterns etc. Along with the 20 piece paper puzzle, this book includes a unique number activity designed to instill active student participation and pride in our Aboriginal heritage.

Price: 1 copy $20.00

Helping Hands: An Aboriginal Story (For Kindergarten - Grade 1 or Grades 2 & 3 – Please Specify)
Helping Hands Cover Thumbnail Read a story about a Plains Cree family and their ties to their Cree community. This story provides factual details about the Plains region, and what daily life was like for the Plains Cree long ago. To enhance the factual details of the story, this neat book is comprised of photographs (B&W) of both the Plains region and Plains Cree culture. The second part of the book is dedicated to discussion and review. The reproducible learning pages in this second half of the book focus on the following curricular objectives: the concepts of family and community and one’s responsibilities within them, communities of the past, how communities change over time, and Aboriginal culture and history.

Price: 1 copy $20.00
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This fun and interactive board game allows students to obtain a strong sense of the fur trade and the important role that Aboriginal peoples had as guides. The unique 12 x 18 game board is made up ofcoloured photographs that capture the fur trade era such as: historic trading posts, and trade routes, transportation methods, animals of the fur trade etc.. The game is fun and very easy to play. Two to six players can play the game. Talk about a fun way to teach and learn about a fundamental part of Canadian history.
Price: 1 copy $16.00

A Treaty in The Making Game (Grades 4 & up)
Treaty in the Making Game Thumbnail This fun and interactive board game allows students to learn about the fur trade on the Prairies, and how it eventually led to the signing of treaties. In particular, the game focuses on the signing of Treaty 6 by the Plains Cree. The unique 12 x 18 game board is comprised of colou red photographs that capture the Plains region, the Plains Cree culture, the fur trade era, and Treaty 6 details.

Price: 1 copy $16.00


Go on Visual Field Trips with Unique Photo Story Books!

All About the Plains People-A Photo Story (Grades 3-4)
All About The Plains People Thumbnail This one-of-a-kind resource is filled with coloured photo pages that capture the Plains region and the heritage of its First Peoples. Like a visual field trip, one will find amazing photographs of the Plains region, its animals, ancient tipi rings, historic buffalo pound sites, and ancient tipi camp sites etc.. We all know that photographs speak a thousand words so... talk about a fun, unique, and captivating way to learn and teach! The photo pages are enhanced by pages of text information that allow for easy reading, while covering core curricular objectives. The photo story is filled with learning activities and discussion questions that focus on critical and creative thinking. This new product line is versatile and is perfect for: additions to theme and unit studies, independent and cooperative learning, use in learning centers etc...

Price: 1 copy $20.00

The First Nations of the Plains-A Photo Story (Grades 5 & Up)
First Nations of the Plains thumbnail This photo story is similar to “All About the Plains People,” however, it is geared for higher grade levels.

Price: 1 copy $20.00

The Fur Trade-A Photo Story (Grades 5 & Up)
The Fur Trade: A Photo Story This photo story is filled with a variety of coloured photo pages and text that illustrate and share the story of Canada’s fur trade, particularly in W. Canada. Students will view and learn about historic overland trade routes and river routes, trading posts, transportation methods like the York boat, various trade goods, important animals of the fur trade, and much, much more! Designed in the same manner as the other photo stories, this learning resource covers core curricular areas and its learning activities and discussion questions focus on critical and creative thinking. Price: 1 copy $20.00 + $3.00 shipping.

Price: 1 copy $20.00

The Métis-A Photo Story (Grades 5 & Up)
The Metis: A Photo Story This informative photo story illustrates and describes the rich and deep history of the Métis people, their heritage, and their culture. This photo story captures Métis life in the fur trade, in the Red River and Batoche Settlements, in the Northwest Resistance, and much, much more! This unique core curricular resource also allows for easy reading, and like the other photo stories its learning activities and discussion questions focus on critical and creative thinking.

Price: 1 copy $20.00

Aboriginal Leaders of Canada: Crusaders for Equality and Treaty Rights
(Grades 5 & Up)
Aboriginal Leaders of Canada thumbnail Read the amazing biographies of seven famous Aboriginal leaders, all of whom were crusaders of equality and treaty rights. This resource is made up of seven 8.5 x 11 portraits and biographies of: Chief Crowfoot, Chief Poundmaker, Chief Big Bear , Louis Riel, Gabriel Dumont, Dr. Frank Calder, and Mary Two-Axe Earley. Discussion questions and learning activities follow each biography. This resource also comes with 2 full colour posters (8.5 x 11). Both posters focus on leadership.

Price: 1 copy $20.00

The Aboriginal Guide Game (Grades 4 & Up)
The Aboriginal Guide Game thumbnail This fun and interactive board game allows students to obtain a strong sense of the fur trade and the important role that Aboriginal peoples had as guides. The unique 11’ x 17’ game board is made up of coloured photographs that capture the fur trade era such as: historic trading posts, and trade routes, transportation methods, animals of the fur trade etc.. The game is fun and very easy to play. Two to six players can play the game. Talk about a fun way to teach and learn about a fundamental part of Canadian history.

Price: 1 copy $16.00

An Aboriginal Travelling Adventure (Headstart-Grade 1)
Aboriginal Traveling Adventure I, thumbnail Read a story about the life and adventures of an Aboriginal boy from Canada’s North. The story focuses on life in Northern Canada, the many Aboriginal travelling inventions, and numbers 1-20.  The storybook was uniquely designed in black and white to allow students to have an active part in the writing process as illustrators. The large images in the book can either be coloured or left as black and white. The second part of the book is comprised of learning pages that focus on number and math activities.

Price: 1 copy $16.00

An Aboriginal Travelling Adventure (Grades 2- 3)
Aboriginal Traveling Adventure II, thumbnail Same story described above, but the learning pages in this book focus on math curricular objectives for grades 2 & 3. This book would be a great asset to grade 2 & 3 social studies classes as it focuses on a Northern Aboriginal community.

Price: 1 copy $16.00

The Tipi: A Special Shelter
The Tipi cover thumbnail This unique workbook eloquently shares detailed information on the tipi, including the meanings and values held by the tipi poles. In addition to sharing information on the tipi, this workbook allows students to learn and practice numbers 1-20. Important values are taught and shared in this book such as: Sharing, Thankfulness and Respect. This book can be utilized in teaching these and other important values.

Price: 1 copy: $16.00


A Look at Canada, And Its Aboriginal Communities (Grades 2 to 3)
A Look At Canada Thumbnail This fun-filled resource provides a factual account on the history of Canada, its regions, and the Aboriginal groups that first occupied each region. The concept of Communities is one of the curricular objectives of this book. The book was uniquely designed in a juvenile textbook format, with the first half being the text, and the second half dedicated to discussion and review. The learning pages in the second half focus on critical and creative thinking. A fun map game comes with this resource.

Price: 1 copy: $20.00


The Story of Canada From A - Z (Grades 3 to 5)
The Story of Canada Cover Thumbnail Read all about Canada’s amazing history. This exciting and factual story goes from A to Z. The book is filled with a variety of curricular activities that focus on skill development in Language Arts and Social Studies. A map activity on a full coloured 17x22 map of Canada provides a fun review of the book.

Price: 1 copy: $21.00


From Furs to Treaties (Grades 4 to 6)
From Furs To Treaties Cover Thumbnail This informative book discusses the Fur Trade and the Treaties. The book was uniquely designed in a juvenile textbook format, with the first half of the book being the text, and the second half dedicated to discussion and review. The learning pages in the second half of the book focus on critical and creative thinking and skill development in the curricular areas of Language Arts, Math and Social Studies.

Price: 1 copy: $20.00


Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples And the Fur Trade (Grades 6 to 12)
Canada's Aboriginal Peoples and the Fur Trade cvr thumb The fur trade was a fundamental part of Canadian history which forever changed Aboriginal societies. This uniquely sized 5.5 x 8.5 book looks at Canada’s First Peoples before, during and after the fur trade. This book allows for easy reading, and will make a great addition to middle years and high school History, Canadian Studies and Native Studies classes. 

Price: 1 copy: $12.00


An Alphabet Story about Canada's First Teachers: The Aboriginals (Headstart to Grade 1)
Alphabet Story cover thumbnail This amazing 2-in-1 storybook/workbook provides a factual account of the many, many things the Europeans learned about survival and life in Canada from the Aboriginals’. Each page of this factual story focuses on one alphabet A through Z. A learning activity corresponds to each page of the story. The story in this must-have book is great for all ages.

Price: $16.00/per book



Mad Math on All Things Metis (Grades 2 to 3)
Mad Math Metis Thumbnail This unique math book allows students to learn, practice, and develop skill in grades 2 to 3 math concepts, and at the same time learn about Métis culture and history. This one-of-a-kind book focuses on core curricular objectives in both Mathematics and Social Studies. The book is filled with multiple learning activites, one of which is a 20-piece paper puzzle.

              Price:   $20.00/per book


Math Mania and the Fur Trade (Grades 4 to 5)
Math Mania Cover Thumbnail This informative, one-of-a-kind Math book allows students to learn, practice, and develop skill in grades 4 to 5 math concepts, and at the same time learn about the Fur Trade Era and its impact on Canada. This 2-in-1 book combines core curricular objectives in both mathematics and social studies.

              Price:   $20.00/per book


The First People of the Prairies (Grades 4 to 6)
First People of the Prairies Cover Thumbnail This amazing book focuses on the Prairies and its history, beginning with its first inhabitants, the Plains People, The Métis, and then the arrival of European Settlers. The book was designed to meet grades 4 to 6 curricular objectives in Social Studies. It is also filled with a variety of fun activites that focus on skill development in Language Arts and Mathematics. Many learning activities are hands-on, including a 63 peice puzzle that students design themselves.

Price:   $20.00/per book


 All About The Metis: Canada's Trailblazers (Grades 4 to 6)
Metis Trailblazers Cover Thumbnail This fun-filled, informative book focuses solely on Canadian Métis Culture and History. This resources is an asset when teaching and learning curricular objectives in grades 4 to 6 Social Studies. This must-have book is comprised of skill development activities in Mathematics and Language Arts.

Price:   $20.00/per book


Famous Fur Traders and Explorers of Western Canada (Grades 4 to 6)
Famous Fur Traders Cover Thumbnail Read the amazing biographies of nine fur traders and explorers who trailblazed and shaped Western Canada. This juvenile book of biographies describes the life stories and accomplishments of: Henry Hudson, Henry Kelsey, Pierre La Vérendrye, Anthony Henday, Matonabbee, Samuel Hearne, Alexander Mackenzie, Simon Fraser and David Thompson.

Price:   $10.50/per book


An Alphabet Adventure:  An Aboriginal Story  (Grade 1 - 2)

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This Multicultural book describes the adventures of an aboriginal boy, who lives on the prairies during the fur trade era. The story discusses historical aspects of the fur trade. This unique 3-in-1 book, is a story book, a coloring book and a workbook. The worksheets in the book corresponds to the story and can be used to introduce and reinforce the alphabet.

Price:   $15.00


The Early Learner:  Workbook  (Pre-K - grade 2)
Early Learner Cover Thumbnail This Multicultural workbook is filled with over 120 worksheets. The book focuses on Aboriginal cultures and customs, as well as on current curriculum content and skill development. The basic skills of general education are reinforced by some of the following activites:

  1. fine motor activites       2. numbers and shapes      3. alphabet and phonics       4. sequencing and writing   

  5. colours                        6. size differentiation          7. life skills                          8. all about me activites and more....

Price:   $20.00


A Number Journey:   An Aboriginal Story  (Grade 1 - 2)
A Storybook comes with 20 reproducible worksheets on numeracy. This number book (1-20) describes and illustrates the journey of an Aboriginal boy, who lives during the fur trade era.

Price:  $20.00 CAD


              A Flash Of  Canada: An interactive learning resource  (Grades 4 - 8)
This unique and innovative product was designed to be a fun and interactive learning resource that celebrates Canada, it's people and it's history. This learning resource covers Canada's rich and amazing history, beginning with the arrival of Canada's first peoples, the Aboriginals! This resource covers core 100 flash cards, with each card covering multiple facts on Canada. The flash cards are large; each one measures 4x5.5 inches. The flash cards have proven to enhance the learning process, making it easier for students to learn and retain information. The flash cards are categorized and numbered, and when read in order, they tell Canada's Story. Each flash card is a puzzle piece, and when placed altogether, they make a map of Canada. Talk about a fun way to learn about Canada! Included with the flash cards is a game on Canada. The game is based on the flash card information, and is really a review of the information presented in the flash cards.

 Price:   $25.00 per copy

            The Canadian Connection: A fun-filled learning resource that focuses on three core curriculum subjects
This fun-filled learning resource focuses on three core curriculum subjects: language arts, mathematics and social studies. The book provides factual information on Canada's history, particularly on it's founders, the Aboriginal peoples. At the same time, the book focuses on skill development in mathematics, Language arts and social studies.   The Canadian Connection is comprised of 100 pages of fun-filled curricular activities, with approximately fifty learning pages dedicated to both mathematics and language arts. Each learning page contains and extension activity to enhance leaning and skill development.

 Price:   $16.00/per book

                  All about Aboriginal Inventions: is a one of a kind learning kit filled with numerous hands on activities.  (Grades K-6)
This fun and intereactive learning kit focuses on the contributions of Canada's first people, the Aboriginals. The goal of this kit is to teach students about the significant influence that Aboriginal peoples have had on Canada and the world. This kit is a unique learning resource that can be used in all elementary grades, K-6. It was designed to be used as a teaching tool in core curriculum  areas that include: Mathematics, Social Studies and Language arts. Read more here

 Price:    $21.00/per kit



All about the Aboriginal Caretakers of Canada: From A - Z (Headstart - Grade 1): This unique 30 page, two-in-one storybook and workbook focuses on Canada, its environment, and its First caretakers.
Each page of the factual story focuses on one alphabet A through Z. A learning activity corresponds to each page of the story. This is a must have book that has a great informative story and fun-filled learning activities.

Price:   $16.00/per book


Canada's Animals and Their Aboriginal Caretakers (Headstart - Kindergarten): While introducing Canada's abundant animals, and discussing their importance to the Aboriginal peoples', this 30 page workbook is filled with a variety of activities.
Some of the acitivites in this booklet include: upper and lower case alphabet, phonemic awareness, numeracy, fine motor skills, visual discrimination - big, small and does not belong. This fun-filled learning resource comes with an awsome animal craft!

 Price:   $20.00/per book

 UNIT AND THEMATIC STUDIES

The Aboriginals' and their Many Special Colours! (Headstart-Kindergarten): While teaching colours, this unique booklet focuses on the meaning of colour in Aboriginal cultures.
Coloured stickers are used to enhance the learning and fun in the activity pages. Includes a 20 piece paper puzzle.

Price:   $20.00/per book


The Aboriginals' and their Sacred Colours: Their Earthly Connection (Grades 1-3)): This booklet also focuses on colours, and their importance to the Aboriginal peoples', their cultures and customs.
This booklet shows the Aboriginal connection betweet colours and the earth. This unit or theme study can be used in many core areas like Science, Social Studies or Art. A 20 piece paper puzzle on colours is also included with this booklet.

Price:   $20.00/per book


Canada's First Caretakers: The Aboriginals (Grades 2-3): This booklet is a great introduction to Canada's history. The booket pays tribute to the Aboriginal people and discusses their customs and culures, with particular emphasis on how they cared for Canada and the environment.
This awesome fun-filled learning resource could be utilized in core areas like Science or Social Studies as it focuses on the environment. This booket comes with an Amazing final activity; a 63 piece puzzle that students create and design themselves.

Price:   $20.00/per book

 
Canada's Keepers: The Aboriginals (Grades 4-6): This booklet is an extension of Canada's First Caretakers, but is for upper elementary grades.
This booklet also includes the same final activity/craft; a 63 piece puzzle that students create and design themselves.

Price:   $20.00/per book (with 20 or more ordered books the price is discounted  to $11.50 a copy)



 Amazing Animals of Canada and their Aboriginal Caretakers (Grades 1 - 3): A fun-filled learning resource that focuses on core curricular areas
Amazing Animals of Canada Cover Thumbnail This thematic booklet teaches students about Canada's Amazing Land and Water Animals, and how they lived in harmony with Canada's First People, the Aboriginals'. This booklet provides learning pages on the alphabet, phonics, reading and writing, the fur trade, colours, shapes, numbers, and numbers sense.

Price:   $16.00/per book



Canada's First People (Grades 1 - 3): A fun-filled learning resource that focuses on core curricular areas
Canada's First People Cover Thumbnail This thematic booklet is an introduction to Canada and it's First people. All three aboriginal groups are introduced; the Inuit, the First Nations' people, and the Metis. Areas of curricular development include; Social Studies (the book introduces Canada's Aboriginal people), Language Arts (alphabet, phonics, simple writing), Mathematics (number sense 1 - 20).

Price:   $16.00/per book + $3.



Proud to be Me (Grades 1 - 3): A fun-filled learning resource that focuses on core curricular areas
Proud to Be Me Cover Thumbnail This unique booklet works to enhance self-esteem while focusing on Aboriginal customs and cultures. Some key areas of focus include; self-worth, feelings, family ties, bullying and problem solving.

Price:   $16.00/per book



Learning to Celebrate Yourself (Grades 4 - 8): A fun-filled learning resource that focuses on core curricular areas
Learning to Celebrate Yourself Thumbnail This amazing booklet also enhances self esteem, while focusing on Aboriginal customs, cultures and people. Some key concepts and areas of focus include: self-love, self-worth, self-concept, peer pressure, positive role models, family ties, the importance of having dreams, and bullying.

Price:   $16.00/per book



Numerous Numbers of Aboriginal Inventions (Head Start - Kindergarten): A fun-filled learning resource that focuses on core curricular areas
Numerous Numbers Kindergarten Cover Thumbnail This booklet focuses on Math and increasing students' number sense. Aboriginal inventions is the theme of this booklet, allowing students to learn about the amazing and ingenious founders of Canada. This booklet focuses on numbers 1 - 20.

Price:   $16.00/per book



Numerous Numbers of Aboriginal Inventions (Grades 1 & 2): A fun-filled learning resource that focuses on core curricular areas
Numerous Numbers Grades 1 & 2 Cover Thumbnail This booklet is an extension of the Kindergarten series. There are additional learning pages on number names, addition, subtraction, equal groups, sets of ten, and number patterns.

Price:   $16.00/per book


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