Avoid winter brain freeze by scrolling down to have fun with our Winter themed activities. Warm up those brains!
Knowledge Keepers Corner
In this theme, we are connecting with our Elders and Knowledge Keepers to pass on culturally relevant themes. We invite you to click here and listen to stories and teachings and share amongst the traditions with our Knowledge Keepers.
Music and Dance
As an integral part of our communities, music and dance have remained despite attempted policies and forced assimilation. Music and dance are used in community and public events all over and are alive and well today. In this section let’s explore, sing and dance with culturally relevant materials representing First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities.
Traditional Craft Making
Here we can explore our artistic sides and have loads of fun doing so. We invite you to practice those fine motor skills and create some amazing pieces of artwork with us. Click here to enjoy our cultural crafts and share the experience with our brilliant educators.
Learning on the Land
Learning from the land is about more than just outdoor fun. It is about connecting to the world around us and discovering what it must teach us, how it talks to us and how it takes care of everyone around it. This section is all about establishing a connection to the land and having a fun time doing so. Click the dropdown to enjoy our learning on the land activities.
Storytelling has always been an integral part of our way of life for First Nation, Inuit and Métis peoples. They bring us together, share a past, explain the inexplicable, instruct, and powerful stories can carry a great impact on children. Our platform would be remiss without a content-packed story section for you and the little ones to enjoy. We invite you to join us in our virtual circle as our educators share some of our cultural stories.
Indigenous Language Sharing
Language is a major foundation for culture. Words hold the knowledge that has been amassed for centuries in Indigenous communities. Connection to our linguistic history strengthens our sense of identity and belonging. In this language section, we are proud to share and establish a crucial connection to our languages. Click here to learn about Indigenous languages in our language sharing section.