Educational Ties
There are many ways you can connect Aaron's songs to curriculum. One of the most obvious way is through the Manitoba Science Curriculum Framework. The theme of Canadian wildlife connects with: Here is some information about the wildlife highlighted on Aaron's album, Call of the Wild. Most of the information is from the Canadian Wildlife Service Hinterland Who's Who Website:

Our Three Bears: Black Bears I'm A Wolf Hear My Howl: Wolf
King of the Woods: Moose Beaver in My Backyard:Beaver
Little Chipmunk: Chipmunk Buffalo Run: North American Bison
Call of the Wild: Loons Swimming With An Orca: SeaWorld Orcas
Canada Goose: Canada Goose Porcupine: Porcupine
Sammy the Skunk: Striped Skunk Bumblebee: Wikipedia: Bumblebees
Gulp It's Hisss...tory: Sophia Munro's Narcisse Snake Dens  
Also, the title track from Aaron's new CD, "Get Off the Couch", is highlighted on the Manitoba Phys-Ed/Health-Ed Curriclum website. Visit the site to see Aaron singing the song with his wife, Kim, signing the chorus in American Sign Language.
Activity Book

The Call of The Wild activity book was created by classroom teacher, Kim Burnett (yes, she is Aaron's wife), to be used by children ages 7 to 12. It contains high interest facts and information about the 15 Canadian animals on Aaron's CD as well as math puzzles, American Sign Language, jokes and riddles and musical notation to Aaron's songs. The activities are curriculum based with consideration given to the multiple intelligences for fun and educational learning. It is also an excellent resource with ready made lessons for classroom teachers encouraging subject integration.

Click to see a sample activity from the book in PDF format!