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Sq'ad'adang : UCDSB Indigenous Poster Project for Teaching & Learning: For Students - May

In Haida, the word for "teach" & "learn" is the same. You cannot teach without continuing to learn. We do not distinguish between the two

Cultural Moon Teachings & Calendar Events - May

For many Algonquin peoples, the moon for May is "Flower Moon".

For Mohawk peoples, May brings the Sun and Moon Dance. At the Beginning of May to give thanks to the sun and second week of May to give thanks to the moon in the morning and evening respectively. 
May also brings Seed Ceremony in the Middle of May and lasts 1 day; the Planting Ceremony at the end of May.

 

iLead - May 6 & 7

13 Moons Resource - GoodMinds

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Elementary

Elementary 

Flower Moon or Planting Moon - May

 

Bear Witness Day - May 10

MMIW+G - Missing and Murder Indigenous Women + Girls Awareness Day - May 5
Also known as Red Dress Day

Book Suggestions

Secondary

Secondary

May 6th & 7th - iLead - will be IN PERSON, with Notorious Cree!

Check with your iLead teachers, Principal or LCI for details. 

MMIW+G - Missing and Murder Indigenous Women + Girls Awareness Day - May 5
Also known as Red Dress Day

 

Book Suggestions

Bear Witness Day - May 10