Join us every Tuesday morning this March at 11:00am, as we celebrate the International Decade of Indigenous Languages, 2022-2032 with a family friendly Mohawk Language course designed by Miss Kristi Talbot, a Registered Early Childhood Educator to teach classic nursery rhymes and children's songs in the Mohawk language. No experience necessary. All are welcome. Parental/caregiver involvement is recommended and encouraged. Join our singing circle to learn classic favourites such as "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star", "Head and Shoulders" and more. Classes are free and open to the public, however registration is required to attend.
March 1 - Hello/Goodbye Song + Head and Shoulders
March 8 - If You're Happy and You Know It + Row your Boat
March 15 - Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star + Hokey Pokey
March 22 - Itsy Bitsy Spider + Mary Had a little Lamb
March 29 - I Like to Eat Apples and Bananas + Rock a Bye Baby
Miss Kristi is a Registered Early Childhood Educator with over a decade of experience serving her Indigenous community in Fort Erie, Ontario. She has dedicated much of that time to reclaiming her culture and language in order to pass it on to the children and families of her community. Miss Kristi has formal training in Early Childhood Education, Visual Arts, and the Mohawk language. The combination of these skills has allowed Miss Kristi to create a unique and modern approach to the teaching and sharing of traditions. She shares these gifts through community language courses and curriculum support for educators.
Teach Native Culture is an Indigenous education solution service, aiming to preserve and share the language and culture. The products and services offered through this company allow for you to not only learn the language and teachings, but also empowers you to share and teach what you have learned.