Indigenous Peoples in North Vancouver Book
Grades: Intermediate & Secondary Levels at Your School
A recently released fully-illustrated, limited edition book, looks at the history, traditions and culture of the Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh peoples. Researched by Squamish author and language teacher Khelsilem (Dustin Rivers) with NVMA staff members, this book highlights significant aspects of traditional and contemporary cultures here. The Book and Teaching Package will be provided electronically. Also available in French.
Indigenous Peoples in North Vancouver Book Flyer
Indigenous Peoples in North Vancouver Book Teachers’ Notes (Coming Soon)
Moodyville: Milltown to Mystery
Grades 4 to 8 at Your School
As History Detectives in training, students will use critical thinking to decipher clues to North Vancouver’s past by examining old photographs, historical artifacts, and documents. They will discover why all traces of Moodyville have vanished and learn of its significance to the development of Canada.
Moodyville Milltown and Mystery Flyer
Moodyville Milltown and Mystery Teachers Package 2017-2018
First Nations Community Kit
Grades 3, 4 and 5 at Your School
It is said that ‘a picture is worth a thousand words but how do we actually learn from photographs? Using photographs from the North Vancouver Archives’ collection, students will explore First Nations themes and stories.
First Nations Community Kit Flyer
First Nations Community Kit Teachers Package 2017-2018