This section of the Métis Gathering site provides educators with instructional materials to incorporate Métis cultural and informational content into their teaching practices.
Here you will find videos, lesson plans, and other instructional support material. We highly recommend that these resources are not used as a substitute for connecting with Métis people and community-based organizations. Our hope is that this section provides teachers and educators a place to share content, stories, and experiences to support the incorporation of quality Métis content in their teaching strategies. If you would like to post your resources and share them on our website, please contact [email protected].
Heritage Michif activity book (includes colouring book found below)
Other Métis Cultural Resources:
Métis Early Learning Resources:
This resource list was created to support the Michif Early Learning programs in Saskatchewan that were developed in partnership with Metis Nation–Saskatchewan, Canadian Geographic Society, Regina Catholic, Regina Public, Saskatoon Catholic, Saskatoon Public, Northern Lights and Île-à-la-Crosse School Divisions. The list is geared towards Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 3. It is a list intended to grow and evolve. It is important to note that some resources on this list may be regional specific and may not be applicable to all locations. Most resources recognize the work and contributions of the Gabriel Dumont Institute but also many other publishers as well as other Metis Nations in Canada.
Download the Current List
This series explores growing Métis pride, recognition and place in Canada and in Canadian National Parks.
the link to the right takes you to the full playlist, and following the links take you directly to each video.
Videos of conversational Michif
Michif videos including cultural teachings in a series called Red River Cart Adventures.
Elder Norman Fleury
“We become who we are by listening and watching. We make la gaalet by the feel of our grandma’s fingers. There are no written recipes for food or life but there are moments and memories that form the basis for Métis identity.”