808 results

808 results


Sort by






Resource Types

All Resource Types

****I updated this item and added a lot more to this packet!**** Don't forget to LOOK AT THE PREVIEW! You will find this packet of templates/organizers useful when you teach your students about Native American regions or tribes. I made templates for both! I included recommendations of books to use
***SIMPLY SOCIAL STUDIES - KINDERGARTEN & FIRST GRADE **** MINI UNIT - THANKSGIVING THEN & NOW, HISTORY, CUSTOMS, & TRADITIONS What is Simply Social Studies all about? Simply Social Studies is a Social Studies curriculum that covers grade appropriate concepts and objectives for First G
Sail on the Mayflower and experience life as a Pilgrim and Wampanoag during this first Thanksgiving unit for kindergarten and first grade! The week-long comprehensive unit includes detailed daily lesson plans with literature suggestions. It incorporates reading, writing, math, history, handwriting
Students will receive a glimpse of the life styles of Native Americans of the PAST through creation of a book using step by step drawing illustrations. A coloring book style is also included. A full color book with realistic photographs as well as Native American craft ideas with directions for how
Life in the past and present is the primary focus of this huge social studies unit. Changing Times - Past and Present - provides lessons and materials for the standard: Comparing lives of long ago and present. I developed in with my first graders in mind, but it contains parts that can be used in K
NATIVE AMERICAN INDIANS THEMATIC UNITThis product includes a variety of resources while teaching a Native American thematic unit. Resources are included for social studies, read aloud lessons, whole group or small group instruction, as well as, literacy and math centers!THIS RESOURCE INCLUDES:Scien
This is a collection of images connected to the Plains Indians. Images included in this set are: girl, boy, horses, buffalo, head dress, tipi, travois, horse pulling travois, parfleche, cooking over fire, spear. 28 images (15 in color and 13 in B&W) CLICK HERE for TERMS OF USE Images saved at
Have fun putting together your own totem pole with this beautifully detailed totem pole printable! Simply print, cut out and assemble! Great addition to lessons about the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, and British Columbia. Prints on regular letter-sized paper (8.5" x 11"). I
This is a set of images connected to the Eastern Woodlands region. Images included in this set are: Boy, girl, turkey, wampum belt, wampum bead, canoe, necklace, wigwam, deer, longhouse and Eastern Woodlands sign. 22 images (11 in color and the same 11 in B&W) Images saved at 300dpi. For perso
12 page early reader that review the sight words this, my and is. This is a fun book about living in the past and present.
This is a collection of images connected with the Southwest Native Americans.Images included in this set are: Adobe house, A Hogan house, pottery, kachina mask, kachina doll, kiva, metate, cotton, Southwestern girl and boy, corn, beans, squash and word art sign.32 images (16 in color and the same 16
This Unit was designed to teach young children about three different Native American tribes. There are booklets for the Iroquois, Sioux, and Hopi Tribes. Each booklet can be copied two per page. They come with assessment pieces and a writing page. There are directions on how to build a comparison
Updated on 7/4/15 to include Pictograph Clip Art!! Great way to support your Native American Studies! This craft produces a small 3-dimensional teepee complete with Native American pictographs. It includes 3 different teepee templates so as to allow you to adjust the difficulty level of the craft to
This is a collection of images connected with the Northwest Coast native Americans. The images included in this set are: North West plank house, raven, eagle, salmon, whale, totem pole, boy girl, word art sign and birds & fish in North West style.28 images (14 in color and the same 14 in B&W
Please note: I wanted to create a product inspired by the Wampanoag, in an attempt to highlight a living nation, commonly stereotyped and ethnically misunderstood. In this book, "If You Give a Wampanoag a Wetu, " is my own attempt at honoring their tradition and celebration of "giving thanks." A tr
A unit that teaches and explores the pilgrims� journey to the New Land and how they celebrate their new life. All through the use of books you already have, websites, hands-on activities, crafts, a snack, printables and graphic organizers. This is geared towards teaching your students about
Who were the Wampanoags? What type of houses did they live in? What did they eat? Who was Samoset? All these questions and many more will be answered in this packet! The packet has 12 pages of fluency reads for your kids that teach them all about the Wampanoags! These pages can be turned into a
Build your own totem pole with this colorful, beautifully detailed totem pole set. Great addition to activities about the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, and British Columbia. Each element is separate to allow for various creative combinations. Set depicts the following: + be
Native American Heritage Day math and literacy activities for primary students! Native American Heritage Day is here and your students will love these Native American Heritage Day themed math and literacy activities. This pack covers a wide range of skills and is perfect for kiddos in kindergarten,
Learn from a simple informational booklet about Native American Indian homes (wigwam, longhouse, tipi, adobe homes, and igloos). It includes primary-grade lines, words to trace, and graphics to cut and paste.The 8-page book is included with color clip art and also blank pages for students to draw th
Visit here for complete details.**Shown in the preview are only the activities for the Woodland group.This packet covers three groups of Native Americans from three parts of the United States...the Woodland, the Plains, and the Southwest.Each group has a mini book filled with informational text and
This book is a great way to introduce your students to the Thanksgiving story vocabulary. Focus words: pilgrim, king, Mayflower, cabins, home, winter, spring, indian, Squanto, chores, Thanksgiving, corn. Use this during shared reading to read with your students and have them fill in the missing
Native American Indian Craft Use the template and design an Indian. Use for an art center for Thanksgiving. Makes for a great 3D display. Students will also enjoy creating and wearing a feather headband. Design your own Native American using pattern and clip art. Brown paper lunch bags are needed f
Earth Day Plant Journal. This is a simple "How to Plant Seeds" poster and plant journal. You can laminate the poster and hang it in a center for students to rotate through. Students can then follow these simple instruction (giving reading practice and following steps) to plant their seeds. We usu

showing 1-24 of 808 results

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

More About Us

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up