How to Install a Toddler Forward-Facing Seat
Child Car Seat Safety - Middlesex-London Health Unit
Motor vehicle crashes are the #1 cause of injury-related deaths among children and youth. A correctly installed car seat will decrease the chance of a child being killed in a crash by up to 75%.
For more information please visit: https://www.healthunit.com/car-seat-safety
Choose the right child car seat - Ministry of Transportation
Using the right child car seat is the best way to prevent serious injury to children in collisions. This information will help you find the right child car seat for your child's height, weight and development.
For more information please visit: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/safety/choose-car-seat.shtml
Government of Canada - Child Car Seats
Choosing and installing a child car seat or booster seat, recall notices, safety and testing information.
For more information please visit: https://www.tc.gc.ca/en/services/road/child-car-seat-safety.html
Oneida Language and Cultural Centre
Oneida Language & Culture Centre (OLCC) practitioners work diligently to keep our language vibrant. Methods research is geared toward producing speakers who are equipped to use Oneida in their everyday lives in their homes, in their neighbourhoods and in our community.
For more information please visit: https://oneidalanguage.ca
2000 Words to Grow
2000 Words to Grow is focused on creating happy, healthy children and youth in our community. They're all about reducing screen time, and help us to include 2000 words an hour in conversations with our children.
For more information please visit: http://www.2000wordstogrow.ca
tykeTALK offers information for parents and community professionals on speech and language development. tykeTALK offers programs for children in the Thames Valley region from birth to school-age.
For more information please visit: http://tyketalk.com
What to look for
Look for the National Safety Mark Label attached to the seat. This label indicates that the seat complies with Canadian regulations and standards and is legal for use in Canada.
Every child car seat and booster seat sold in Canada has an expiry or useful life date on it and should not be used past that date.
For more information visit http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/safety/choose-car-seat.shtml
Literacy...right from the Start!
Indigenous Centre of Excellence for Early Years and Child Care
The Ontario Indigenous Centre of Excellence invites you to explore pathways towards creating high quality, culturally safe space within child care and early years programs; with emphasis on how Indigenous (First Nations, Metis and Inuit) worldview intersects with current practice.
For more information please visit: https://ceeycc-cepege.ca/indigenous-en/
A place to learn Anishinaabemowin
Welcome to Deshkan Ziibiing, or as we say “Biindigen”. We are commonly called Chippewas of the Thames First Nation. Our aim is to build online resources to help our language grow. This website is designed for Chippewas of the Thames citizens near and far. Let’s learn Anishinaabemowin together.
For more information please visit: http://chippewalanguage.com
Gi daa naadamoon na
The Maage Song in Anishinaabemowin
Baby finger Song in Anishinaabemowin
Tsikwilʌtu children’s song video
Tekanutu (Crocodile) kids song video
Oneida - Body parts song video
Puppets with Kwitel & Shawatis Video 6 - What do you do?
Oneida - Baby Items
Knowledge Exchange Gathering: Land Based Knowledge
Knowledge Exchange Gathering: Beliefs about Risk Taking
Embedding Indigenous Pedagogy in Early Learning Environments
Corn, Beans & Squash - Three Sisters Teaching
ABBC-Indigenous Story Telling: Learning Through the Eyes of the Child Workshop @ N'Amerind
Ferguson Plain : Story Telling at Chippewa of the Thames Community Centre ABBC Event
The MEHRIT Centre
The MEHRIT Centre (TMC) is a social enterprise, established by Dr. Stuart Shanker (D. Phil.) in 2012 to work towards a vision of calm, alert and flourishing children, youth and adults. Our mission is to ground learning and living in mindful self-regulation.
For more information please visit: https://self-reg.ca
GoodMinds.com, is a First Nations family owned business, located on the Six Nations of the Grand River. We are your leading source for purchasing vetted First Nations, Metis, Inuit, and Native American culturally appropriate and culturally authentic educational resources and products.
As a First Nations company, we are passionate about Indigenous education, and strive to provide only quality educational products and exceptional customer service.
For more information please visit: https://goodminds.com
Native Reflections services all of North America, where we are working hard to preserve First Nations culture, language and traditions. We are looking to educate our youth through new and innovative ways, while keeping a connection to our past. We work with different First Nations across Canada to create new materials that promote our values and our traditional way of life.
For more information please visit:https://nativereflections.ca
Jordan's Principle PSA - American Sign Language (ASL)
Bear Witness Day - May 10
Jordan River Anderson, The Messenger
Jordan River Anderson, The Messenger, Alanis Obomsawin, provided by the National Film Board of Canada
How to change systemic racism in Canada
What does racism look like in Canada? In this web series called "First Things First," Cindy Blackstock, executive director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada, tells us the story of Jordan River Anderson and why she continues to fight the Canadian government to gain rights for Indigenous children.