This program focuses on Anishinaabe language sounds by introducing learners to animals and their traditional teachings. Gijigijigaaneshiinh is one of our helpers and they think it is important for you to know about the seasons changing.
You can watch and listen to Gijigijigaaneshiinh read by Marilyn Copenace. Follow along, repeat after Marilyn, and enjoy listening to the story.
The Gijigijigaaneshiinh Speech Card can be shared in your learning space, and can be used by instructors to guide learners through practicing the targeted sound.
The Gijigijigaaneshiinh -gg Nabiniganan are printable floor puzzles that can encourage learners to practice the target sound.
Use this either/and sheet to help learners identify activities that happen during the morning or evening.
Sort this resource as a class or work on it individually. Some answers might be different from others, use discussion and reasoning.
Use the Ozhi Mitigoog template to creatively explore the ways trees change throughout the seasons.
Use these cut-outs of Aginjibagwesi and Gijigijigaaneshiinh to act out scenarios or speak the dialogues provided in the Resource Guide.
Check out these other great resources from instructors and learners across Anishinaabe territory.