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Anishnaabek First Nations Traditions

This program is rooted in Indigenous Culture but could be interpreted as spiritual and therefore can come into conflict with diverse belief systems. 

Possible Framing Questions:
How do Anishinaabek traditions and celebrations compare to your own?
How might learning about Anishinaabe traditions help us understand the diversity in our community?
Why should we respect the diverse cultures and traditions in the communities we live in?
 How do Anishinaabe traditions help with their way of life and their survival?

Learning Goal:
If students experience elements of Anishinaabe traditions at Forest Valley, then they can make connections to help enrich their own community

Please click on the words below to plan a complete learning cycle that includes your visit, and  pre and post activities.
How do I prepare my students for this visit? (Plan)

What will we do at Forest Valley?  (Act)
How can I document learning? (Observe)
What are some possible follow up activities?  (Reflect)


Anishinaabe Medicine Wheel

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