National Card Making
DAREarts is bringing remote First Nations communities to classrooms across Canada.
The DAREarts Reconciliation Card Project provides schools with materials on Indigenous perspectives, and a creative exploration of reconciliation and social justice. Order your kit and take part in this important project today!
DAREarts Reconciliation Card Project
The DAREarts education team has worked extensively with remote First Nations communities, and are bringing these experiences to classrooms across Canada.
The DAREarts Reconciliation Card Project provides educators with in-depth knowledge and materials to supplement teaching on Indigenous perspectives, and offers classrooms a creative exploration of reconciliation and social justice. Teachers, order your kit and take part in this important project today!
The DAREarts Reconciliation Card Project Kit includes:
- The documentary, Fill My Hollow Bones, that covers three years of work with the youth of Webequie FN, a fly-in only First Nation in northern Ontario (narrated by Graham Greene, 52 mins.);
- A comprehensive lesson plan where students explore what reconciliation means to them and why it’s important to have empathy and mend relationships;
- A visual arts component where students create art cards that interpret the Seven Grandfather Teachings plus DARE values, discovering what these values mean to them as young leaders. Blank cards included.