Reconciliation Day Resources
Orange Shirt Day: Phyllis Webstad (short clip)
UBC Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre
We subscribed and were given a digital version of Every Child Matters: Reconciliation Through Education. By Canada’s History
Click on the covers for the PDF documents these are really well done and can be used to Integrate studies all year.
Read Aloud: You Hold Me Up. Monique Gray Smith
Author’s Note: You Hold Me Up. Monique Gray Smith<
A fellow teacher librarian recently shared the instagram account bookbento with me. Originally started as a prompt for adult literature sharing and inspired by Japanese bento boxes. What a terrific way to represent learning and facilitate a multimodal reader’s response, regardless if the book is from free reading or as a literature circle component. Even more so while at home where artifacts are readily available. Here are examples: