This kit is focused on learning about the Anishinaabe names for wild animals, their homes, and their voices.
You can watch and listen to Aandi Endaawaad Awesiinhyag? read by Rose Marie Tuesday.
Follow along, repeat after Rose, and enjoy listening to the story.
You can watch and listen to Ginoondawag ina Awesiinhyag? read by Sherry Tuesday.
Follow along, repeat after Sherry, and enjoy listening to the story.
These full page flash cards can be printed double sided with name of the animal, pluralization, and prompting questions ready for the instructor on the back of each page!
Use these small cards in a game of memory, for quizzing, or for sorting with our Ando-boozaangwaami ina gii-bibooning? activity
Use these pages to sort animals by their migration patterns – do they migrate, stay local, or hibernate in the winter?
This activity allows learners to label animals’ body parts and describe their appearance with a selection of Anishinaabemowin descriptors.
These colouring and tracing pages are a fun way for learners to practice their fine motor skills and language skills at the same time!
Match the adult animals to their babies in this cut & paste activity. Practice using diminutive endings with other animals too!
This prewriting activity is great for learners who are just beginning to use writing as a tool and can even be used to practice cutting skills!
This fun board game can be printed and laminated. Use the included vocabulary to help get everyone’s squirrels home to the maple tree!
Use these dice inserts in your fillable die for a roll and perform an activity like one of the animals, or shuffle them for learners to choose a card.
Learners can use clothespins, rocks, or playdough to mark the animal who belongs to each set of tracks with these clip cards.
This set of 40 cards and a call card is perfect for playing a round of review bingo with learners.
Cut and match each animal into their habitat after reading Aandi Endaawaad Awesiinhyag? We have also provided a version for your SmartBoard to drag and drop the animals into their homes.
Hear the Anishinaabemowin names of all the animals with this playlist