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Alberta Naturally Edukit
By exploring the diverse ecosystems and natural wonders of Alberta, students also participate in a global journey of discovery. Students gain an understanding of the climate, landscape and species of the province in the Alberta Naturally Edukit, which draws on the extensive resources of the Alberta Naturally website.

Alberta Petroleum Heritage Edukit
Earth scientists in the petroleum industry have long studied the rocks buried thousands of metres below the surface. Now students can explore the industry through a dynamic resource that encourages and engages classrooms studying Alberta’s petroleum heritage.

Alberta's Inventors and Inventions Edukit
The Alberta Inventors and Inventions Edukit is a customized educational website that draws on the resources of the Alberta Inventors and Inventions website for the benefit of teachers, students and home learners. The site supports student learning relating to Albertan inventors, the development of their inventions, and their subsequent use as well as showcasing research establishments. It showcases over a century of innovation and explores the inventive spirit of Albertans by demonstrating how Alberta inventions impact our lives on a daily basis.

Alex Decoteau Edukit
A long-distance runner, World War I veteran, Canada’s first Aboriginal police officer and an Olympic athlete, Alex Decoteau is a local hero of legendary proportions. The Alex Decoteau Edukit was created by the Heritage Community Foundation to support the Alex Decoteau Run, developed by the City Centre Education Project in Edmonton. The Project provides inner-city children, many of whom are Aboriginal, with access to a range of activities that are common in middle class schools.

Black Heritage Edukit
The Black Heritage Edukit presents some of the traditions and culture of Black Canadians who settled in the province of Alberta. The settlement communities of Amber Valley, Wildwood, and Bretton are looked at specifically, as are the Black settlers from Oklahoma who made the journey to Alberta. Topics for the instructional plans include human rights, colonialism, geography, and culture and traditions, and the website has everything from quizzes to photogaphs.

Culture and its Meaning Edukit
Aboriginal Peoples in Alberta and across Canada possess a rich history and heritage. Understanding Aboriginal identity as it relates to culture is important for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples alike. Through the Aboriginal Culture and Its Meaning Edukit, students explore how Aboriginal People used and continue to use traditions, symbols, practices, events and objects to express their identity. Active participation by students in diverse activities promotes learning and ultimately contributes to their overall understanding of Aboriginal People and communities in Alberta.

Doors Open Alberta Edukit
In Alberta, we live and work in all sorts of buildings, from houses to skyscrapers, but how do all these buildings get built? The Doors Open Alberta Edukit is your multimedia gateway to discovering how buildings get designed and constructed, and to the history of Alberta's architectural heritage.

Edmonton, My Community Edukit
Drawing on an initial selection of 50 photographs from the City of Edmonton Archives Online Catalogue, the Edmonton: My Community Edukit is an image rich learning resource of Edmonton’s past. Students, teachers and parents can access slideshows, games, media files and activities that uncover the origins of Alberta’s capital city. Developed by the Heritage Community Foundation, in partnership with the Social Studies Consultants and the Edmonton Public School Board, this Edukit complements the specific classroom needs of the Social Studies Consultants.

This site is a public learning portal that showcases Edukits developed by the Heritage Community Foundation drawing on its educational websites found at www.albertasource.ca. Edukits are a dynamic assemblage of educational resources including lesson plans, activities, games and interactive content to capture students' imaginations and promote hands-on learning.

Famous 5 Heritage Edukit
Together, they are known as the Famous 5—the women who struggled to have women declared "persons" so they could be appointed to the Canadian Senate. Individually, each was a prominent women's leader in her own right. In partnership with the Famous 5 Foundation, the Heritage Community Foundation developed the Famous 5 website and Edukit.

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