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Teacher Guide for Little by Little
Empowering Young Leaders to Build Stronger Communities in Grades 3–6

Use this guide alongside Little by Little: You Can Change the World to explore themes of active citizenship and community building, appreciation of diverse perspectives, identity and belonging, reciprocity, ...

Teacher Guide for April Raintree and In Search of April Raintree
A Trauma-Informed Approach to Teaching Stories of Indigenous Survivance, Family Separation, and the Child Welfare System

First published in 1983, In Search of April Raintree is a Canadian classic that presents a heart-rending and powerful account of the harsh realities that Indigenous and Métis peoples face.

Written by ...

Teacher Guide for The Kodiaks: Home Ice Advantage
Empowering Youth to Change Conversations On and Off the Ice in Grades 4–6

Use this guide in the classroom alongside The Kodiaks: Home Ice Advantage to explore themes of self-esteem, mental health, health and identity; the ongoing impacts of colonialism, particularly in sport; ...

Teacher's Guide for Amo’s Sapotawan

Amō’s Sapotawan is part of the Six Seasons of the Asiniskaw Īthiniwak series. The illustrated books, set in the mid-1600s, follow the daily lives of one family group of asiniskaw īthiniwak who live ...

Teacher Guide for We Need Everyone
Empowering Students to be Active Community Members Through Indigenous Perspectives in Primary Classrooms and Beyond

Written by Michael Redhead Champagne, an award-winning Ininew (Cree) community advocate, public speaker, author and a proud member of Shamattawa First Nation, We Need Everyone empowers children to identify ...

Teacher Guide for Three Feathers
Exploring Healing and Justice Through Graphic Storytelling in Grades 7–12

Use this guide alongside Three Feathers to explore themes of restorative justice, healing, community care, and resilience with your students.

Written by Rotinonhsón:ni (Kanien’kehá:ka) educator Jerica ...

Teacher Guide for Heart Berry Bling
Engaging Respectfully With Indigenous Stories and Their Themes in Grades 1–8

Written by Rotinonhsón:ni (Kanien’kehá:ka) educator Jerica Fraser and reviewed by author Jenny Kay Dupuis, the Teacher Guide for Heart Berry Bling offers support for educators in

  • engaging learners ...

Teacher Guide for A Girl Called Echo
Learning About the History and Culture of the Métis Nation in Grades 6–8

The A Girl Called Echo series tells the story of Métis teenager Echo Desjardins, who is struggling to adjust to a new school and a new home. Readers follow Echo as she travels through time and experiences ...

Teacher Guide for This Place: 150 Years Retold


The graphic novel, This Place: 150 Years Retold, includes a variety of historical and contemporary stories that highlight important moments in Indigenous and Canadian history.

Written by Anishinaabe educator ...

Teacher's Guide for Pisim Finds Her Miskanaw

New Edition, Updated & Revised

Pīsim Finds Her Miskanaw provides groundbreaking historical information about the culture and language of the Rocky Cree people around present-day South Indian Lake, Manitoba. The Teacher’s Guide for Pīsim ...