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Kaksat’iio: Kahnawà:ke, Quebec: Raven's Quest Series (Season 2)

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This title is a part of the series Raven’s Quest Series (Season 2)


Catalogue Number:  APT186
Producer:  Apartment 11
Subject:  Arts, Canadian History, Canadian Social Studies, Citizenship Education, First Nations Studies, Geography, Health, History, Indigenous Peoples, Music, Physical Geography, Social Studies
Language:  English
Grade Level:  PreK - 2, 3 - 5
Country Of Origin:  Canada
Copyright Year:  2020
Running Time:  7:00


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Kaksat’iio is a 10-year-old Mohawk girl from Kahnawà:ke.  Today is her birthday party with cake and pizza!  Kaksat’iio is proud to model clothing created by Indigenous designers and she takes us to a photo session.  She’s also a competitive gymnast who practices hard to do well in competition.  Kaksat’iio shows us how to plant corn, one of the important foods traditionally grown by many First Nations.


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