Indigenous Peoples of Canada Sacred Animal Stick Puppets

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Indigenous Peoples of Canada Sacred Animal Stick Puppets  - Canadian First Nations, story telling, animals, tradition, Aboriginal, First Nations, Metis, Inuit,

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This resource includes a lovely selection of illustrations of animals used in Indigenous mythology and legends. Simply cut out the different images, then glue or tape a craft stick to the back of each one. Great for telling stories, you can use them to assess how familiar your children are with this topic by asking them to act out a scene together using the stick puppets based on the symbolism of each animal.
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