The Vancouver-based Native Northwest has long been a publisher of First Nations art and – with this – has taken its first step into youth educational publishing.
The coloring books are definitely for kids ages 4-8. But, a new collection of board books on counting, letters and colors are now available for preschoolers and toddler- See more at: http://www.ourbigearth.com/2010/09/11/native-northwest-coloring-learning-and-board-books/#sthash.9djNqPcQ.dpuf
The images on this unique matching game are a feast for the eye and the imangination. The British Columbia company, Native Northwest has long been a publisher of First Nations art and now has a stunning new collection of books, games and toys, especially for toddlers and preschoolers.
All of their products offer representations of original Canadian Northwest Coastal Native art - a wonderful way to introduce your children to the art and culture of local First Nations people.
This unique variation on traditional matching games provides an introduction to the various animals from the Pacific Northwest Coast. Artists from Coast Salish, Haida, Bella Bella, and many other Nations have contributed colouful images of each creature: thunderbird, wolf, salmon, eagle, hummingbird, and whale to name a few.
Children can play this matching game on their own or with other children, or with you!
Good for ages 5 and up or younger children who enjoy identifying and matching images.
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