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"Yes I am Aboriginal and I enjoy Mathematics.”

A blog post from the FEDCAN blog.  (For teachers)


Lesson Plans

First Nations and Stereotypes in Math

A collection of math lesson plans from OISE Centre for Urban Studies that embed social justice issues regarding First Nations.  (Grade 6)


First Nations’ Games of Chance

From the website: "With this website, we have two purposes

1. to provide some meaningful and engaging contexts to enrich the classroom experiences that students may have with respect to mathematics, and

2. to support the building of cultural awareness and understanding by highlighting social games within the First Nations' cultures." (Grade 4 and up)



Aboriginal Math Games

Aboriginal games organized by mathematical content (Grade 4 and up)

Games from the Aboriginal People of North America

Includes descriptions of a variety of Aboriginal games that promote mathematical problem-solving and games of chance, strategy and lifestyle.  (Grade 4 and up) 

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