Our students telling our legends in Anishinaabemowin
Come out and hear the stories that the students have been learning throughout this year's winter months!
They will be practicing Anishinaabemowin and storytelling skills by sharing the stories with us.
Families of students in SK, Grade 1 and Grade 2 are invited to the upcoming ARP event: Game Night!
inanimate food items:
animate food items:
Sense - Taste
Sense - See
Sense - Touch
I smell ______.
Ndoo-nakaazan n-jaanzh _______ wii-biijmaandmaa.
I use my nose smell ________.
I smell inanimate food
I use my nose to smell
Below you will see interactive flash cards. There are also audio clips.
On the bottom right of the flash cards, you will see a drop-down menu that says "Choose a study mode." Click on that, and you will discover other ways to learn the parts of the body in Ojibwe.
There's even a game called "scatter" - an ARP team favourite!
Where the children show parents / guardians what they've learned in Anishinaabemowin!
Monday, October 06, 2014.
This event is hosted by Sr. Kindergarten, Grade 1 and Grade 2.
Lakeview School Gym
Please let us know if you will be joining us by:
writing in your child’s agenda or calling the school at 705-377-4988.
The ARP Team
Some of the vocabulary that the children are learning:
Audio files are provided if you would like to learn, too, or practice with your children.
Click "read more" for more audio.
Parent to Child
Welcome to the Anishinaabemowin Revival Program's Parent to Child section.
Here you will find pictures, text, and audio files that relate to what is being taught during ARP time (primary grades). You can use these resources to practice at home with your child.
This content will be changing, so keep checking to see what we've added.
If you'd like to see what we've added in the past, click on the archives links or select a category.