The Treaty Climb. Teaching Treaties in the Classroom Grade 2. Next . The content used in this game is based on the Teaching Treaties in the Classroom: Themes and Topics for Grade 2. Next . Instructions. Be sure to use this game in the Slide Show view. Go to View and choose Slideshow.
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Teaching Treaties in the Classroom
The content used in this game is based on the Teaching Treaties in the Classroom: Themes and Topics for Grade 2.
Your challenge is to make it to the top of the hill and reach the treaty medal.
In order to get there you must answer some questions along the way.
The Queen sent explorers to what is now Canada because she wanted
B. To send her people away
This nation was created through relationships formed during the years of the fur trade
The British Crown made treaties in Canada with the
A. First Nations
This is sacred to First Nations’ people because of its connection to all creation
First Nations sealed their treaty promises with the British Crown with the
B. Round dance
D. Pipe ceremony
The buffalo provided everything to these people so they could survive
A. The Newcomers
B. The Plains First Nations
C. The British People
D. The French People
Because of the many uses of the buffalo, it was called
A. The Giver of Tools
B. The Giver of Clothing
C. The Giver of Meat
D. The Giver of Life
The British Crown wanted this so they made treaties with the First Nations
As long as the sun shines and rivers flow means that the treaties will last
A. For a couple of years
C. 10 years
D. 100 years
The symbol used at the time of treaty making was a
C. Treaty medal
Office of the Treaty CommissionerBay 215-2553 Grasswood Rd EastSaskatoon, SaskatchewanS7T 1C8
Phone: 306-244-2100Fax: 306-667-5654
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