Doodemag - Clans
Mkwa - bear
Giigoonh - fish
Ginoozhe - pike
Maang - loon
Jijaak - crane
Waabzheshiinh - marten
Waawaashkesh - deer
Adik - caribou
Mgizi - eagle
Nmadbi - he/she is sitting
Bgizo - he/she is swimming
Boonii - he/she is landing
Noondaagzi - he/she is calling out
Naaniibwi - he/she is standing
Mbigwaashkini - he/she is jumping
Bmose - he/she is walking
Bmibzo - he/she is flying
Nishke maaba mkwa nemdabid.
Gegwa daangnaake mkwa.
Gdoo-waabmaa na mkwa?
Wiikaa na ggii-noondwaa mkwa?
Look at this bear who is sitting
Don't touch the bear
Do you see the bear?
Did you ever hear a bear?
The bear is dangerous.
He is large.
Nishke maaba giigoonh e-bgizod.
Gdoo-waabmaa na giigoonh?
Wiikaa na ggii-gjipwaa giigoonh?
Look at this fish who is swimming.
Touch the fish.
Do you see the fish?
Did you ever taste a fish?
Scales / Skin (Zhaghay)
Here you will find information on what the primary grades are learning.
If you'd like to see earlier posts, you can select the links below "Archives" or "Categories".
"M’Chigeeng Anishinabek will be a vibrant, progressive,
proud, united Ojibwe-speaking First Nation.
Our people will be healthy, self-reliant, respectful of our obligations
to Mother Earth, and culturally grounded, showing
mutual respect and support for all people."
VALUES & BELIEFS
Mental, Emotional, Spiritual and Physical Well-being
-The Anishinabek Seven Grandfather Teachings –
To cherish knowledge is to know WISDOM
To know LOVE is to know peace
To honour all of creation is to have RESPECT
BRAVERY in to face the foe with integrity
HONESTY in facing a situation is to be brave
HUMILITY is to know yourself as a sacred part of creation
TRUTH is to know all of these things