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Primary Junior Indigenous Education

Resources for K-6 teachers.

Connecting Children's Literature to the Ontario Curriculum

We particularly recommend these sites for staying up-to-date with Canadian resources that will support your work in classrooms.

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Canadian Children's Book Centre:  A non profit organization dedicated to supporting Canadian children's literature.

Find why teachers love the site:  Check out the Teachers Book Bank and Best Books for Kids and Teens Online and the new Social Justice and Diversity Book Bank.  ALL Canadian resources.

 

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​CanLit for Little Canadians:  a current blog by Helen Kubiw, Teacher Librarian, Upper Grad DSB

To immediately see the high value of this site, try a search for "culturally competent" to witness how much work this teacher librarian has put in to curating the content on this site.

Task Reminder

1. Do a demo of how to get to and how to use your site or resource.

2. What makes the resource(s) worth knowing about either for your classroom or your professional learning?

3. Showcase 2-3 items you identified that illustrate the content your source provides for teachers.

Select 1-2 people who will lead your Table's "report back"for the whole class in 10 minutes.  

Tumblebooks

The Tumblebook Library is an online collection of 300 TumbleBooks, 250 Chapter Books, 100 non-fiction books, 16 Graphic Novels, and more! Plus, thundreds of TumbleQuizzes & other Teacher Resources.  Find the access information on the Password Page.