Inuit Artist Kenojuak Ashevak Life and Art

Inuit Artist Kenojuak Ashevak Life and Art

Can be used for 1st – 4th students.

Includes: PDF, 12 pages

Here is engaging learning on the life of Famous Inuit Artist Kenojuak Ashevak. Looks like iPad learning. Scroll to read, discover, make note, research, and explore the artistic style this artist used. Students can colour in line drawings I created to look like her art. Search the internet to find a list of her easiest works for students. Students will love learning about Kenojuak Ashevak, her art, drawing and painting styles.

Discover her many achievements and honors. Her drawings have been used on Canadian coins and stamps. Kenojuak, a Canadian artist who is highly respected and admired, is Kenojuak.

This is a great way to teach your students about Canadian Inuit people and combine art and reading skills.

Please note: Video links included in this project are connected to the artists art. There are many websites to visit. These links are not essential to the study of her life, works, or this project in general. However, they will be a time-saver as long as you have them active. If they are inactive, please let me know and I will make every effort to get them back online as soon as possible. Thank you.

Companion Product:

Kenojuak Ashevak Art

  • explore 5 pieces of art by this artist
  • view, colour and create in the style of this artist

Also available as a bundle:

Kenojuak Ashevak Bundle

A to Z UNIQUE PRODUCT on Indigenous Theme:

Canada A to Z Indigenous People, Tribes and Places

UNIQUE PRODUCT on Famous Indigenous Shape:

The Ovoid: Famous Shape of Northwest Native Art

Created for Grade 2 Social Studies aligning with NEW BC Curriculum

Grade 2 Social Studies Complete Program

Places of Significance: Postcard Writing Gr. 2

Then and Now: Early Canada

All About Me: A Cultural Perspective

Story Connects Us to Family: Story Elements

Communities: “Just Right” Reading Gr. 1 or 1/2

Created for Grade 3 Social Studies aligning with NEW BC Curriculum

Free Guide/Catalogue to Grade 3

First Nations in Early Canada: 6 People Groups

First Nations in Early Canada: Companion Book

Governance of Canada and First Nations

Indigenous People Groups of the World

Worldview: Indigenous Content Included

Potlatch: 3 Main Aspects of this Celebration

⭐Oral Tradition: I am Significant: Story Telling
Artifacts: Earth Mounds Petroglyphs

Created for Intermediates: Integrating subject areas aligning with NEW BC Curriculum

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Buffy St. Marie: Famous Metis Canadian Musician

Tom Longboat: Famous Indigenous Canadian Athelete & Olympic Winner

Chief Dan George: Famous Canadian Actor/Writer

John Herrington: Famous Native American Hero/Astronaut

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Bonnie Lanigan

Excited to use this with my grade 3’s and introduce them to the beautiful art of Kenojuak Ashevak. This book introduces her and the journey that brought her to her art.

I enjoy incorporating art into other subjects. This allows me to share my love for Canadian artists with my students.

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