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National Film Board – Indigenous Cinema in the Classroom (Ages 6-11)

These short films for younger learners are by Indigenous filmmakers from across Canada. These stories address a range of subjects, such as: the influence of elders, realizing your potential, sharing knowledge, discovering history and culture, the power of nature, parent/child relationships, Arctic landscapes and Inuit objects and iconography, first contact, Inuit folklore, the hoop dance, Indigenous traditions, intergenerational knowledge, Mi’kmaq legends, traditional crafts and skills such as sled making and igloo building, music and dance, and seal hunting.

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