This resource guide provides ideas for activities, games, songs, and lessons when teaching
about the introductions and acitivities that learners enjoy.
Aaniin Ezhinikaazowin? introduces readers to characters who are enjoying their favourite activities. You can download and print your own copy, or view it with your PDF viewer.
You can watch and listen to Aginjibagwesi O’dibaajimo Mazina’igan read by Wejepibines Edward Atatise Jr.. Follow along, repeat after Wejepibines, and enjoy listening to the story.
This activity encourages learners to practice fine motor skills for writing and drawing, while expressing their creativity through a self-portrait.
This activity encourages learners to practice fine motor skills for writing and drawing, while expressing their creativity through a drawing their favourite activities.
With these NIIN – All About Me Pages, learners can use the templated pages to create a booklet that talks about their names, communities, clans, and favourite things.
These colouring pages with traceable words follow the Aaniin Ezhinikaazowin? book and allow learners to practice their fine motor skills and using third person verbs.
This reminder card can be displayed and used to remind learners to ask one another questions.
Listen to a fluent speaker say these common introductory phrases.
Kelvin says: Boozhoo
Kelvin says: nindizhinikaaz
Kelvin says: nindoodem
Kelvin says: nindoonjii
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