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From the Mountains to the Sea - All 3 Books
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$89.85

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From the Mountains to the Sea: We Are a Community Grade 2 Bundle
  • This book supports the following:

    • Aboriginal Learning Standards for both science and social studies are captured in these unique books. Science is always on the left, social studies on the right.
    • Each book provides opportunity to extend into place based learning.
    • Each book is 10” x 14” and is meant to be read aloud multiple times.
    • Each book captures the journey of a river from its source high up in the mountains and then to the estuary where it meets the sea. Along this journey we meet the cedar, salmon, bear, eagle and orca.
    • Within the K and Grade 1 books there are educator notes to help support the content for both science and social studies. The Grade 2 book is self explanatory as it is being read aloud.
    • Within the K and Grade 1 books the structure for a Talking Circle is embedded along with notes on how to facilitate a circle.
    • The importance of the salmon in how it provides food and nutrients within the river eco-system is an inferred focus for each title.

    Click link to download a Grade 2 five week planning guide: Grade 2 FREE Download for We Are a Community

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$77.85

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From the Mountains to the Sea: We Live Here Kindergarten Bundle
  • Supports the following:

    • Aboriginal Learning Standards for both science and social studies for each grade level are captured in this unique book series. Science is always on the left, social studies on the right.
    • Each book provides opportunity to extend into place based learning.
    • Each book is 10” x 14” and is meant to be read aloud multiple times.
    • Each book captures the journey of a river from its source high up in the mountains and then to the estuary where it meets the sea. Along this journey we meet the cedar, salmon, bear, eagle and orca.
    • Within the K and Grade 1 books there are educator notes to help support the content for both science and social studies. The Grade 2 book is self explanatory as it is being read aloud.
    • Within the K and Grade 1 books the structure for a Talking Circle is embedded along with notes on how to facilitate a circle.
    • The importance of the salmon in how it provides food and nutrients within the river eco-system is an inferred focus for each title.

    Click link to download a five week Kindergarten planning guide:Kindergarten FREE Download for We Live Here

Authentic Canadian Content
$117.80

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From the Mountains to the Sea: We Share the Seasons Grade 1 Bundle
  • Supports the following:

    • Aboriginal Learning Standards for both science and social studies for each grade level are captured in this unique book series. Science is always on the left, social studies on the right.
    • Each book provides opportunity to extend into place based learning.
    • Each book is 10” x 14” and is meant to be read aloud multiple times.
    • Each book captures the journey of a river from its source high up in the mountains and then to the estuary where it meets the sea. Along this journey we meet the cedar, salmon, bear, eagle and orca.
    • Within the K and Grade 1 books there are educator notes to help support the content for both science and social studies. The Grade 2 book is self explanatory as it is being read aloud.
    • Within the K and Grade 1 books the structure for a Talking Circle is embedded along with notes on how to facilitate a circle.
    • The importance of the salmon in how it provides food and nutrients within the river eco-system is an inferred focus for each title.

    Click link to download a five week Grade 1 planning guide: Grade 1 FREE Download for We Share the Seasons

Authentic Canadian Content
$65.80

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Raven Series Complete Set
  • The Raven Series are a set of six books written for the emergent reader and learner. Each book focuses on a specific learning intention that builds on strengthening learning with the support of an adult. The titles and their learning intentions are:

    Raven and the Box: promotes an oral retell
    Raven and Duck: basic concepts
    Raven and Frog Count: number recognition
    I Spy Raven: rhyme and perspective
    Raven Sings the ABC's: letter recognition, vocabulary building
    Raven Makes a Necklace: colours and patterns

$119.70

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Resource Book Bundle: Lessons from Turtle Island
  • This is a great resource for those who are just beginning to work with Aboriginal children and are concerned about teaching with authenticity. This resource very firmly guides educators through what is considered appropriate, and what isn't, from an Aboriginal perspective in the classroom. Therefore it could be easily taken the wrong way and I would recommend that while using this resource that you openly have conversation with your Aboriginal Education staff about what you're reading. Currently several of the Aboriginal titles are out of print but they are such well known books that they likely can be found in your DRC. -Terri


    Create a curriculum that reflects and honors the diversity of all people," Lessons from Turtle Island "explores Native American issues in preschool and early primary education. The authors-one Native, one non-native-offer guidelines for learning experiences that move children beyond embedded stereotypes.

$162.49

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Resource Book Bundle: The First Nations Series for Young Readers Teacher Resource
  • This comprehensive teacher's guide is designed to accompany Second Story Press' First Nations Series for Young Readers. This resource has been developed around the First Nations/Native American holistic concept of community and how teachers can use these ideas to help support differentiated instruction. Just as the series tells the stories of First Nations activists who have taken action on issues that are important to them, the guide is designed to encourage students to use their critical thinking and literacy skills to do the same. It can easily be integrated into everyday junior level classroom programming for language skills, arts, social studies, and character education. It is also appropriate for adaptation in intermediate and senior level classrooms. The material can be applied to other books and texts that address local, national, or global social justice issues.

    The guide uses the six books in the "First Nations Series for Young Readers":

    Environmentalists from our First Nations
    Great Musicians from our First Nations
    Men of Courage from our First Nations
    Great Women from our First Nations
    Great Athletes from our First Nations
    Gray Wolf's Search

    The material in this guide can also be applied to other books and texts about First Nations peoples that address themes of social justice, activism, the environment, sports, and politics

$103.65

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Resource Book Bundle: Untold History
  • This bundle features the foundational text, Untold History, as well as 1 copy of each of the recommended student titles and the 2 recommended supporting resources, Grand Conversations and Reading Power. I highly recommend using this resource to begin your journey of learning about the Residential School system in Canada. -Terri

    Untold History, Understanding the Impact of Indian Residential School on Canada's Aboriginal Peoples, is a series of lessons created for students to develop an understanding of how residential schools impacted Aboriginal people across Canada. It is my hope that through these lessons, students will gain compassion and empathy for experiences faced by Aboriginal people in the past, and how these experiences continue to affect the Aboriginal community today.

    By incorporating literature circles with the lessons found within this unit, the majority of learning outcomes for Grade 7 Language Arts will be met. As well, many of the learning outcomes for Social Studies are met. The recommended literature and corresponding lessons address the overreaching goal of the BC Social Studies curriculum which is to develop thoughtful, responsible, active citizens who are able to acquire the requisite information to consider multiple perspectives and to make reasoned judgments. Students will be able to critically reflect upon events and issues in order to examine the present, make connections with the past, and consider the future.

$267.98

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Strong Stories Coast Salish Reading Bundle
  • Bundle includes all 8 titles, 6 of each, in the Strong Stories Coast Salish series.

    48 books total.

$408.00

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Strong Stories Kanyen'keha:ka Reading Bundle
  • Bundle includes all 8 titles, 6 of each, in the Strong Stories Kanyen'kehà:ka series.

    48 books total.

$408.00

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Strong Stories Tlingit Reading Bundle
  • Bundle includes all 8 titles, 6 of each, in the Strong Stories Tlingit series.

    48 books total.

$408.00

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