A YouTube video to explain what the word Indigenous means in a kid friendly way.
An interactive map for identifying Indigenous Nations, Territories, and Indigenous communities across Canada
"As a young child, your little world can be full of big feelings. In this book, I, Phyllis Webstad, founder of Orange Shirt Day, show how
sharing my story with the world helped me to process my feelings. My true story encourages young children to open their hearts when others share their feelings, and be more comfortable sharing their own feelings, too. Listening is a first step towards reconciliation. It’s never too early to start."
Read about Canada's National Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and how it impacts Indigenous peoples and those looking to put reconciliation efforts into action.
An free printable activity to build a narrative on reconciliation and encourage action.
Monique Gray Smith reads her book "You Hold Me Up", which encourages children to show love and support for each other and to consider each other’s well-being in their everyday actions.
This resource is a child friendly video to help support the learning of residential schools.
The website shows the timeline of all events that had occurred related to the residential schools in Canada.
This is an article which explains how you can talk to you children or young ones about the residential schools as it can be a tough topic for children.
This video explains what treaties are in terms that can be easily understood by everyone.
A website on how to locate First Nation reserves, Tribal Councils, political organizations and land covered by treaties.
An article explaining what a treaty is and the different perspectives underlying the treaty relationship.
Children's love for animals and disguise come together in this Anishinaabe tradition of totem animals.
A quick resources on how to guide children to learn positive self-talk.
A quick video on how to make a DIY stress ball at home!
What does a consent mean? How can you explain the meaning of consent to a child?
A social emotional song for children to learn about respect through a song.
A resource for caregivers to teach their children about consent and how to talk about it.
Molly of Denali is a native Alaskan girl preparing for the big gathering. Children can play this game to help Molly.
A helping hand is a game you can play to help sesame street characters.
This is a parent resource on teaching your child how to be a good friend suggesting activities and books.
This is a resource on learning about what a sharing circle is, its importance and guidelines on conducting a sharing circle.
This article explains 10 ways to be an ally to Indigenous peoples.
This is a read- aloud book called The Sharing Circle by Theresa Larsen- Jonasson.