Keepers Series: Keepers of Life: Discovering Plants through Native American Stories and Earth Activities for Children

The first paperback edition of Keepers of Life from the incredibly popular Keepers series. These bestselling books have been long-time favourites with educators for their innovative approach to teaching children about Native cultures and the environment. Each book, co-authored by Joseph Bruchac and Michael J. Caduto, combines Native legends with information and activities about the […]

Water – The Sacred Relationship

Water – The Sacred Relationship, is the result of a three year research project by Native Counselling Services of Alberta that features a documentary film, educational curriculum and a public policy research article. Guided by a circle of Cree Elders and led by a team of Aboriginal and Western Scientists, The Sacred Relationship explores how […]

Decolonization Learning Journey

In response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action, the CSCNS embarked on an organizational learning journey beginning in the fall of 2018. At the completion of that program and through various initiatives since, the CSCNS is steadfast in its commitment to deepening a better understanding of the truth of Canada’s shared history […]

Empowering Learners in a Warming World

LSF’s Empowering Learners in a Warming World climate change inquiry guides at can help you tackle this complex issue with students of any age. The guides provide educators with a blend of quality content (resources, websites, books, videos, and ideas) and exemplary pedagogy to guide them through an inquiry-driven approach to climate change learning […]

From Sea to Sea to Sea: Celebrating Indigenous Picture Books

From board books to picture books for older readers, this collection is a selection of 100 of the best books by Indigenous authors, many illustrated by Indigenous artists, published in Canada and currently in print. The titles reflect the diverse First Nations, Métis, and Inuit cultures, languages, perspectives, and experiences from sea to sea to […]

Indigenous Land-based Learning by the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario

*ressource en anglais seulement* The Indigenous land-based learning: A learning perspective resource was developed to demonstrate the journey of four ETFO writers whose perspectives of Indigenous landbased learning grew through a process of self-reflection, an interview with an Indigenous advisor (knowledge holder) and exploration and summary of relevant resources and tips for educators. The Indigenous […]

Indigenous Study Guide: An Educator’s Guide to Understanding Indigenous Content in K-12 Classrooms by Annick Press

*Ressource en anglais seulement* Annick Press has been publishing books by and about Indigenous Peoples for over twenty-five years. Ranging from picture books to non-fiction titles to young-adult literature, these books have brought insights, information, and literary connections to and about Indigenous experiences. This study guide is for educators and will introduce Indigenous worldviews, histories, […]

Let’s Talk Science

Let’s Talk Science is committed to developing youth who are creative, critical thinkers and knowledgeable citizens prepared to participate and thrive in a complex global environment. Their Education Resources include incorporating Indigenous knowledge in STEM, and a collection of climate activities. An award-winning, national, charitable organization, Let’s Talk Science has provided engaging, evidence-based STEM programs […]

TRACKS (TRent Aboriginal Cultural Knowledge and Science)

TRACKS (TRent Aboriginal Cultural Knowledge and Science) facilitates dynamic, land-based youth programming that braids multiple scientific approaches by centring Indigenous ways of knowing and being. TRACKS is an educational program based on Michi Saagiig Anishnaabeg territory. They are hosted by Trent University within the Indigenous Environmental Studies and Sciences Program (IESS), and operates in partnership with […]