Coyote Kids is a free, weekly Aboriginal culture program for Aboriginal children from the ages of 6 to 12 years old. The children participate in and learn about cultural activities, teachings, and ceremonies.
Learning about heritage and culture is a very important part of the program. The children learn Elder Protocol, traditional games and medicine, the Cree language, hunting, etc. They also go on exciting excursions to sports and special events.
Coyote Kids teachings and lessons are done through hands-on learning, visually and orally with arts and crafts, field trips, stories, guest speakers, and Elders and Spiritual Advisors.
Coyote Kids have the opportunity to earn badges and other items;
– Coyote Kids T-Shirts
– Coyote Kids Badges
– Medicine Badges
– Respect Badges
– Fire Badges
– Sweat Lodge Badges
– Honor Badges
– Coyote Kids Uniforms
– Coyote Moon Awards
Coyote Kids meets every Monday evening (except holidays) from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm at Bent Arrow/Parkdale School, 11648 – 85 Street, Edmonton, AB. Pre-registration is necessary. Program runs from September to June.
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Coyote Kids is presently FULL for the 2016-17 year. Please contact us in September 2017 for new registrations.For more information, please contact Andrea W. at Bent Arrow at (780) 481-3451 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.