Starting on June 17th, the Royal Ontario Museum (located in downtown Toronto) will be hosting Anishnaabeg: Art & Power which invites you to "explore the life, traditions, and sacred stories of the Anishinaabeg as told through their powerful art over the last two centuries."
This opportunity seems perfect if you (or your students!) are looking to learn more about the Woodlands style, but also expand your knowledge about Anishnaabeg* culture.
The Anishnaabeg have a huge traditional territory, which includes Ontario, so learning more about their communities is another way to ground your teaching in the territory you are in/on.
Read the CBC's article on the exhibit!
(Vocabulary note: Anishnaabeg is the plural of Anishnaabe or Anishnabe).