The Aaniin Ezhi-ayaayin? Kit has been created to help language learners master Anishinaabemowin terms for feelings and emotions.
You can watch and listen to Aaniin Ezhi-ayaayin? read by Aakweyaashiik Doreen Atatise. Follow along, repeat after Aakweyaashiik, and enjoy listening to the story.
This large printable check-in chart allows learners to identify their emotions in a non-verbal manner and allows instructors to take stock of their learners’ capabilities at a given time.
These Dice Inserts are emotion cards designed to be used in large dice with fillable pockets. Alternatively they can be used for games and flashcards.
These large flash cards allow instructors and students to practice emotion words in the first person. They can also be displayed in a classroom setting for reference.
The Aaniin Enamanji’od? Worksheet allows learners to explore emotions through facial expressions. These can be used with play-doh or dry erase markers for fun activities and guessing games.
These Zones of Regulation Posters in Anishinaabemowin and English allow instructors and learners to master their emotional range with strategies, words, and phrases to help regulate their emotional state.
This chart allows learners to work within the zones of regulation to identify how the characters are feeling, and can be used as a tool to talk through possible strategies to move back into the green zone.