This kit was inspired by educators during circle time and has been created to help language learners master phrases in Anishinaabemowin that cover calendars, moon phases, seasons, temperatures, and getting ready for the weather.
Waakaabidaa! – Resource Guide
This resource guide provides ideas for activities, games, songs, and lessons when gathering your learners in a circle time setting.
The Dibiki-giizis printable is meant to be printed on a large sheet of paper and laminated. Throughout the month learners can decorate the moon with drawings, images, and items of things that happen during that time of the year.
The Anishinaabe DressUp Character & Clothing manipulatives are great for learning about weather appropriate clothing, names of clothing items, and action words for getting dressed and undressed.
These printable pocket chart weekdays and numbers are meant to be useful in the commonly used pocket charts throughout many educational facilities. They could also be used to affix on the large poster sized Gregorian calendar.
The printable twelve month titles are meant to be paired with the Pocket Chart calendar. These months are based on local understandings of seasonal activities and changes.