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Lesson Plans for Teachers

  • Rockin' to Indigenous Music Lesson to understand American Indian music, focus on grades 3-5.
  • Walking the Good Path Designed for Pre K classrooms to implement the Seven Grandfather Teachings into their daily routine. 
  • Lunar Energy in Native Culture Teachers using this lesson plan have the opportunity to bring the cultural knowledge of moon phases from a traditional Ojibwe worldview, focus grades K-2. Integration: Science, Social Studies and Mathematics
  • Freshwater Ecosystems Teachers using this lesson plan have the opportunity to bring the cultural knowledge of the importance of fresh water biomes in Native culture, focus for grades K-2. Integration: Science and Social Studies 
  • Jingle Dress Teachings Teachers using this lesson plan have the opportunity to bring the cultural knowledge of the healing Jingle Dres, focus on grades K-2. Integration: Math, Literacy, and Social Studies
  • Help From the Animals Lesson to understand how animals are reflected in Ojibwe star knowledge, focus on Social Studies and Geography grades 3-5.
  • Plotting the Stars Lesson to help students understand how to map stars in the sky. Social Studies and Language Arts focusing on grades 6-8.
  • Sacred Stories In Ojibwe culture, the winter season is the time to share Creation Stories. Explore this lesson to understand sacred stories, focuses on Social Studies, Math and English grades 9-10
  • Biboon Whodunit Lesson explores animal tracking. Integration in Science, English, and Math grades 4-8.
  • Ojibwe Clan System Lesson explores the societal system of the Ojibwe clan kinship system. Integration in Social Studie and Science grades K-2.
  • Snowshoes Explore the traditional travel method of Indigenous tribal groups in the snow. Implementation Science in grades 4-6