We provide activity books for youth in grades K–3 and 4–6. These books feature fun games, puzzles, and coloring pages to help children learn about science, wellness, math, and health professions. Ojibwe culture and language give the activities special meaning.
Books are currently available and shipped free of cost.
K–3 Grade Activity Book
4–6 Grade Activity Book
We’d like to extend a special miigwech to Harvey Thompson. In creating the activity books, Thompson provided valuable guidance regarding language and culture. Credit also goes to Nett Lake Elementary School teachers, Summer Opacich and Loretta Rankila, who assisted with developing activities, and to Staci Drouillard for her wonderful artwork.
The Center of American Indian and Minority Health strives to raise the health status of American Indians and Alaska Natives by:
- recruiting and educating Native American medical students
- increasing awareness of American Indian health care issues
conducting research that serves the health interests of Native American communities.
Making an impact
Since launching in 1987, we have recruited and educated thousands of Native American medical students. Thanks in large part to our efforts, the University of Minnesota Medical School is second in the nation for successfully graduating Native American medical doctors.