Counting to 10 in Ojibway Display Cut-Outs

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Counting to 10 in Ojibway Display Cut-Outs - Canadian First Nations, Ojibway, Ojibwe, counting, numbers and number sense, Aboriginals, Indigenous

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Counting to 10 in Ojibway Display Cut-Outs

Counting to 10 in Ojibway Display Cut-Outs - This resource includes a great selection of numbers from 0 to 10 in Ojibway, English and French for you to cut out and display in your classroom. This resource also includes ten frames for visual learners. Inuktitut, Ojibway and Cree account for two-thirds of the Canadian population having an Aboriginal language as their mother tongue.
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