CREE ADDITIONAL TEACHER RESOURCES
- Manitoba Education, Citizenship and Youth website - Kindergarten – Grade 4 curriculum units on Native Studies and teacher resource kit
- Miyo Wahkohtowin Community Education Authority - Ermineskin First Nation tipi diagram, values, and Cree vocabulary
- Cree vocabulary and lessons for language instruction
- Alberta Government - Cree language curriculum for elementary grades
- The Circle of Life song and lyrics from the broadway production the Lion King by Elton John
- Nemour’s Foundation Center for Children’s Health Media - an information site dedicated to children’s health, with games, glossary, etc.
- Victoria Settlement Provincial Historic Site - history of the tipi from the Smokey Lake History Archive
- Manitoba Education, Citizenship and Youth website - Grades 5 - 8 Native Studies curriculum units and teacher resource kit
- Stanley Peltier’s tipi company site – sales and service
- Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre ethnography on Cree including history, language, housing structures, livelihood, beliefs and customs
- Saskatchewan Indian Federated College Curriculum Unit on plains First Nations past and present
- Saskatchewan Indian Federated College Curriculum Unit on First Nations dwellings, Grades 5-7
- Step by step instructions (and photos) with mathematical formula for the construction of a tipi
- York University Faculty of Education - School exchange program
- Alberta Government - Cree language curriculum for middle grades
- Manitoba Education, Citizenship and Youth website Senior Grades Native studies curriculum units and teacher resource kit
- Alberta Government Cree language curriculum for senior grades
- The Kennedy Center - A lesson plan for using literature and reproductions of paintings and sculpture to illustrate the theme “Old Age: The Last Stage of the Life Cycle.”
Stories from the Seventh Fire: Summer and Autumn. Stories from the Seventh Fire: Winter and Spring. Filmwest Associates, Storytellers Productions, Inc. 2002. Colour and Sound; 52 min. This DVD showcases traditional stories about the seasons with the Cree legend character Wesakechak as the main focus. The stories are animated in the ‘Woodland’ style of art, made famous by Native artist Norval Morisseau.
Henley, Thom, Rediscovery: Ancient Pathways New Directions, Lone Pine Publishing, Vancouver 1996.