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  1. A Treaty Game Teaching Treaties in the Classroom Kindergarten Next

  2. The content used in this game is based on the Teaching Treaties in the Classroom: Themes and Topics for Kindergarten. Next

  3. Teacher Instructions • Be sure to use this game in the Slide Show view. Go to View and choose Slideshow. • Read the question. • Choose the answer by clicking on one of the choices. • By clicking on the choice you will find out if you are correct or incorrect. • Then you can choose the Quit, Restart, Try Again or Next Question Button to advance through the game. Next

  4. 10 1 9 8 2 Can you answer all 10 questions? 7 3 4 6 5 Next

  5. 1 Next

  6. Quit Good Job! Restart Try Again Another name for North America is Turtle Island. Next Question

  7. Quit Restart Let’s Try Again! Try Again Next Question

  8. 2 Next

  9. Quit Good Job! Restart Try Again First Nations people of the prairies lived in tipis a long time ago. Next Question

  10. Quit Restart Let’s Try Again! Try Again Next Question

  11. 3 Next

  12. Quit Good Job! Restart Try Again The shape of Mother Earth is a circle. Next Question

  13. Quit Restart Let’s Try Again! Try Again Next Question

  14. 4 Next

  15. 1 2 3 4

  16. Quit Good Job! Restart 4 Try Again The number 4 is sacred to First Nations people. Next Question

  17. Quit Restart Let’s Try Again! Try Again Next Question

  18. 5 Next

  19. Quit Good Job! Restart Try Again Autumn is one of the four seasons. Next Question

  20. Quit Restart Let’s Try Again! Try Again Next Question

  21. 6 Next

  22. Quit Good Job! Restart Try Again Next Question First Nations people helped the newcomers survive.

  23. Quit Restart Let’s Try Again! Try Again Next Question

  24. 7 Next

  25. Quit Good Job! Restart Try Again The buffalo helped First Nations people of the prairie survive. Next Question

  26. Quit Restart Let’s Try Again! Try Again Next Question

  27. 8 Next

  28. Quit Good Job! Restart Try Again A way to seal a promise is to shake hands. Next Question

  29. Quit Restart Let’s Try Again! Try Again Next Question

  30. 9 Next

  31. Quit Good Job! Restart Try Again Treaties are to last as long as the sun shines, grass grows and the rivers flows. Next Question

  32. Quit Restart Let’s Try Again! Try Again Next Question

  33. 10 Next

  34. Quit Good Job! Restart Try Again First Nations made treaties with the British Crown. Next Question

  35. Quit Restart Let’s Try Again! Try Again Next Question

  36. The End Quit Restart

  37. Office of the Treaty CommissionerBay 215-2553 Grasswood Rd EastSaskatoon, SaskatchewanS7T 1C8 Phone: 306-244-2100Fax: 306-667-5654 Images used were found on the Wikipedia website and are available in the public domain. Audio used was from soundbible.com and are available in the public domain.