B is for Bannock — M is for Moccasin — T is for Tipi. The stories featured in our resource are being enjoyed by children and teachers across Canada in both provincial and First Nations schools. Aboriginal children read about things that are familiar and non-Aboriginal children learn about the cultures of First Nations people. Students will learn about traditional foods, develop their listening skills, participate in letter sequencing activities and write an acrostic food poem. Included are patterns and text to make 3 big books: B is for Bannock — a recipe for bannock, patterns for big book and little book stories; Inside My Tipi — patterns for big and little book stories, creative writing pages; and M is for Moccasins. This Canada lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities and recipes to create a well-rounded lesson plan.