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 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, […]

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 […]

Mi’kmawey Debert Cultural Centre

*ressource en anglais* The Mi’kmawey Debert Cultural Centre (MDCC) project is a charitable, not-for-profit First Nations organization, mandated by all thirteen Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw Chiefs. The project is administered through The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq, a First Nation tribal council.   The Mi’kmawe’l Tan Teli-kina’muemk: Teaching about the Mi’kmaq resource was designed for anyone who teaches […]

World of Wisdom: Fostering Indigenous Perspectives in Learning

The Office of First Nation Education provides the World of Wisdom to bring together communities through virtual connections and providing resources to bring Indigenous worldview to Wabanaki territory. This website contains recommended resources including books, music, and curriculum, as well as elders, mentors, and speakers who can visit your classroom to speak about culture, language, […]

First Nations, Métis & Inuit Education Association of Ontario

The First Nations, Métis & Inuit Education Association of Ontario is a subject association for educators teaching First Nations, Métis and Inuit Studies, and Native Languages in Ontario, Canada. They support and help all educators understand issues related to First Nation, Métis and Inuit Peoples in Canada, as well as offer strategies towards teaching this […]

Strong Stories – Bundle of 48 Indigenous Books for Elementary Students

Strong Stories is a collection of 48 books for elementary students which share Indigenous stories and knowledge from across Canada. They offer students information and ideas for connecting more deeply with the land. Written, published and illustrated by Indigenous peoples from across Canada, this collection offers a wealth of knowledge from a variety of perspectives. […]

The Wabanaki Collection from Bouton d’or Acadie

*This resource is in French* For the majority of its books, Bouton d’or Acadie Publishing House is committed to providing teachers with educational tools to help them accompany their students in their reading. You will find several types of tools on the pages of the books that interest you: Arguments, Activity sheets, Animation videos, Links […]


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