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The Ontario First Nations Poster - Ages 7 to 12, is designed to increase young people's awareness of some of the many contributions and teachings of Aboriginal people. Teachers of children in the target age group can use the poster to initiate a broader discussion of the many historical and contemporary contributions of First Nations to Ontario, Canada and the world.
Many Aboriginal artists use a graphic novel style to tell stories, teach Native languages, and inspire youth. In keeping with this, the poster uses manga-inspired artwork, meant to grab the interest of children aged 7-12. We hope older students will also enjoy it for its engaging content.
If you would like to order a free copy of this poster, or have a suggestion for a future version of the poster please contact:
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Executive Services and Communications
25 St-Clair Avenue East, 8th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M4T 1M2
You may also be interested in
Below are several links to resources that maybe of interest to teachers in the primary and secondary level.
- Aboriginal Education Strategy
- Ab-Originals Weekly Podcast
- Agawa Pictographs
- Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
- Claire and her Grandfather
- Comic book used as educational tool
- The Healthy Aboriginal Network
- Learning and Activity Guide
- On-Demand Book Service (ODBS) Project
- Red: A Haida Manga
- The Sharing Circle - The Seven Sacred Teachings
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