This entertaining 3-minute video was developed to introduce school-age children to the story of the Famous 5 women, and can be used in classroom settings to kick off lessons or stimulate discussion.




Using a technique called binaural audio and specialized recording equipment, we have created a 360-degree audio experience that will transport you back in time by nearly a century to the centre of a “pink tea.”


This is a  digital learning resource tool that contains both a Teacher Zone and Student Zone section. Edukit development represents the Foundation’s objective to develop “multimedia learning resources that directly relate to the Alberta programs of study”. 

The Famous 5: Nation Builders

Published by Famous 5 Foundation

Available in both English and French, this 24-page booklet written and published by the Famous 5 Foundation gives a historical account of each of the Famous Five, and their successful challenge of the 1929 Persons Case.

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The Famous 5 Foundation encourages teachers and students to host a "Pink Tea", in celebration of their Famous Five studies. Invite parents and other community members to join you for an afternoon tea and a “conversation of consequence”. Everyone can share their views on an issue that challenges their community. This is an excellent opportunity for students to use the knowledge they have gained during their studies, and use critical thinking skills in a debate about issues of importance.

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The Famous Five: A Pivotal Moment in Canadian Women’s History

By Nancy Millar  |  Published by Western Heritage Centre

Nancy Millar tells the story of the five famous Alberta women who undertook one of the greatest legal coups ever to be carried out. Complete with courtroom drama, stories of love and hate, temptation and triumph. She writes from the perspective of a 21st century historian and acknowledges that these five women helped change the world in ways we take for granted today.

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