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Good Garbage vs. Bad Garbage

Good Garbage vs. Bad Garbage

EcoKids / Earth Care Canada

You will need to sign up for a free account in order to access any EcoKids resources but it is definitely worth it. In this Kindergarten lesson, students will be challenged to help clean up the area of the schoolyard they play in, demonstrate...

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Garbage vs. Recycling

Garbage vs. Recycling

EcoKids / Earth Care Canada

You will need to sign up for a free account in order to access any EcoKids resources but it is definitely worth it. It is easy to learn how recycling works and how each student can help. What is the blue box program? Start a campaign for...

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A Beautiful World

A Beautiful World

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Cree Elder George Brertton takes us to a lake near his home and reflects on the changes he has seen in his lifetime. Deeply passionate about respecting all of creation, George has a serious message for us all. Please note: This is an Alberta...

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The H Factor

The H Factor

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Len Benson is a traditional Cree man who grew up on the land near Lac La Biche, Alberta. He has seen changes to the water, plants and animals as industrial development has increased. Len wonders if human beings really understand the impact we...

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Wetland Odyssey

Wetland Odyssey

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Can you recognize common plants, animals and insects found in wetlands? See for yourself and take this fun quiz as you go on a Wetland Odyssey! Please note: This is an Alberta resource, but could be useful for Saskatchewan educators. 

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Two Sciences

Two Sciences

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Witness a discussion about wetlands by Wetland Ecologist Dr. Suzanne Bayley and traditional Cree man Len Benson. Suzanne and Len discuss the difference between western science and Aboriginal science and the benefits of bringing them...

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My Rubber Boots

My Rubber Boots

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Dr. Suzanne Bayley is a world renowned Wetlands Ecologist. She has spent her life studying wetlands to preserve the water, plants, animals and birds that depend on a healthy ecosystem. Join Suzanne as she wades into one of Alberta's many...

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Tea of Life

Tea of Life

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Dene Artist Roy Salopree knows about a secret place. It is a water hole in the muskeg, surrounded by spruce trees. The muskeg water he collects from the hole is made into tea and used as medicine for his family and friends. Please note: This is...

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Eco-Despair

Eco-Despair

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Aboriginal people have always had a deep connection to the land and felt the responsibility to keep it healthy for future generations. As a result of colonization, voicelessness and powerlessness has caused many Aboriginal people to...

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Creation Story

Creation Story

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

For Aboriginal people, storytelling is the way we teach our children, pass on our values and remember our history. It is the story that inspires people to learn more. It is the story that begins all learning journeys. Please note: This is an...

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Water - The Sacred Relationship

Water - The Sacred Relationship

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

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...

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Wetland Ecosystems

Wetland Ecosystems

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Examine western and Aboriginal worldviews on 'living and non-living things' in wetlands ecosystems while recognizing that all plants and animals have an important role in a wetlands community as they interact with one another.

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Species at Risk

Species at Risk

Parks Canada

This website is a great source of useful and interesting information on species at risk protection and recovery efforts in our national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites. In the feature you will find...

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My Parks Pass Activity Guide

My Parks Pass Activity Guide

Parks Canada

The My Parks Pass program is offered in partnership by Parks Canada, The Historica-Dominion Institute, Nature Canada and Canadian Geographic Education. My Parks Pass program is intended to help students explore and learn about...

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My Parks Pass Program

My Parks Pass Program

Parks Canada

The My Parks Pass Activity Guide is designed to support teachers and students as they learn about Canada's history and natural heritage by exploring Parks Canada's national parks, historic sites and marine conservation areas. The...

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Over and Under the Snow

Over and Under the Snow

by Kate Messner

Over the snow, the world is hushed and white. But under the snow exists a secret kingdom of squirrels and snow hares, bears and bullfrogs, and many other animals that live through the winter safe and warm, awake and busy, under the snow....

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Project Wild Thing

Project Wild Thing

by David Bond

Filmmaker David Bond is a worried man. His kids' waking hours are dominated by a cacophony of marketing, and a screen dependence threatening to turn them into glassy-eyed zombies. Like city kids everywhere, they spend way too much time...

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First the Egg

First the Egg

by Laura Vaccaro Seeger

WHICH CAME FIRST?? The chicken or the egg?? Simple die-cuts magically present transformation-- from seed to flower, tadpole to frog, caterpillar to butterfly.

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