Pearson Canada is committed to honouring the histories, cultures, and worldviews of Indigenous Peoples of Canada.

We have adopted the “Nothing About Us Without Us” principle by working with Indigenous reviewers, content contributors, editors, and authors. This will ensure the accurate and respectful representation of Indigenous peoples, histories, cultures, and perspectives in any newly published Pearson Canada developed resource. Indigenous content will be interconnected in various subject areas to help create cross-curricular learning opportunities.

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Spark Reading ignites literacy learning with exceptional books, personalization tools and teaching/learning supports. 

We all want students to become confident, fluent readers who love having their nose in a good book. Afterall, getting lost in a good book is one of life's great pleasures and a fantastic way to learn. With the Spark Reading digital library, children will always have books to read. Their personalized bookshelf includes both books that they have chosen themselves and ones that have been suggested by their teacher. 

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Turtle Island Voices - pique students' interest in learning about Indigenous peoples and cultures with exciting stories and information texts.

Integrating Turtle Island Voices into the classroom not only helps foster a sense of identity among Indigenous students but enriches all students with First Nation, Métis, and Inuit perspectives.

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Celebrate Canada's identity and diversity with an exploration of the geography, peoples, and perspectives that make Canada what it is. 

This series offers colourful, exciting, and engaging books that highlight many aspects of Canada and the Canadian experience. 

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Taanishi Books support literacy learning and introduce beginning readers to Métis language, culture, values, and traditions.

Taanishi Books allows young readers to see themselves and their perspectives reflected in a text, enhances their sense of self and is a powerful way to engage them as learners. 

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Well Aware - share important positive mental health information and strategies through powerful literature and nonfiction texts. 

Positive mental health encompasses ALL students and supports the goals of prevention, inclusion, compassionate support, and healthy development. The Well Aware series is designed to help teachers meet these goals by integrating mental health literacy into their literacy program. 

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Bug Club Morphology - Morphological awareness empowers students as both readers and writers. When the teaching of morphology is explicit, students significantly increase their vocabulary and better understand both the structure and spelling of words. They further develop their abilities in both word recognition and reading comprehension.

In each kit, 3 of the 18 reading passages (about 17% of content) highlight Indigenous perspectives written by Indigenous authors.

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