People of the Prairie: The Metis
Who are the Metis?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wVoC16yTW4
The Métis sash: http://www.mmf.mb.ca/the_sash.php
Métis symbols: http://www.metisnation.org/culture-heritage/symbols-and-traditions/
Métis culture: http://firstpeoplesofcanada.com/fp_metis/fp_metis5.html
Sash craft: https://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/settlement/kids/021013-1811-e.html
In this lesson, I am asking you choose from the following. Please take a picture and send it to me:
- Make bannock
- Make a Red River Cart
- Make a sash
- Record yourself doing a traditional dance such as a jig or square dance
- Other. As long as it connects with our Metis theme.
May 25 People of the Prairie: Plains Indigenous People
People of the Prairies were made up 3 main groups: Plains Indigenous, Metis and Pioneers. We will explore the Plains Indigenous People First. Please watch the attached video and either research the bison or create a tipi!!
Bison Video about Plains First Nations
Buffalo Fact Sheet Activity.pdf
Tipi Art Lesson.PNG
Tipi Sheet Lesson 2.pdf
Bison Sheet Lesson 2.pdf
May 18 What is a Prairie?
In this lesson, we explore the habitat where we live: The Prairies! Please watch the following videos and fill in the research sheet. What is a Prairie?
What is a Prairie Lesson 1.docx
May 11 Farewell Government and HELLO to "People of the Prairies."
We start our learning about MANITOBA with a celebration of "MANITOBA DAY," which is on May 12th! Please explore Manitoba from long ago and compare it to today! Check out this assignment with videos of Manitoba from long ago! So cool! I am also attaching a Flag of Manitoba! Enjoy!
Manitoba Day May 12 Assignment.docx
Flag of Manitoba.pdf