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This recently updated classroom tested project will have your students learning a great deal of information about the peoples who inhabited the Americas before European exploration. This is a fully contained NO PREP project, meaning that you can copy it, hand it to the students, and they can run wi
This Native Americans Unit is a unit, filled with vocabulary, history, social studies, reading, and writing activities. This unit will teach your students about different Native American tribes, regions, tools, early homes, and traditions.Start the unit with two sheets on prior knowledge, which will
This Native American Report allows students to use higher level thinking skills to locate important information and create a research report highlighting their new knowledge. This unit includes everything you need to organize the project, including a sample report. All of the directions and the rubr
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This set of 100+ usable pages, helps you engage students in the study of the United States colonies. The 20 comprehension passages focus students understanding of America's history by using text-based questioning. The various interactive notebook pieces, a colony creation project for whole-class or
The ancient Mesoamerica civilizations are fascinating as there is so much wonder and true joy of learning but not enough time to teach it! This game allows groups of students to conduct research to answer 100 interesting multiple choice questions such as: What was the Mayan practice of bloodlettin
This activity allows students to read a short paragraph about each of the Indian tribes. Then they cut out the facts and clue them in the correct location. Creek, Cherokee, or both. I have also included the Creek and Cherokee graphic organizer to use as a research tool or fact check. This goes grea
Aboriginal or First Nations Groups of Canada is a snap shot of the six main cultural regions of Canada. Each Indigenous group has a corresponding fact sheet. The students cut out each fact and glue them under the appropriate heading. A map provides the geographical awareness of the locations of cult
California teachers know that a common 'rite of passage' for fourth graders is to write a California Mission Report. Use this handy guide to help make the process easier. Students use the guide to organize their research and writing. The guide is separated into 7 sections: Father Serra’s Life I
Engage your students with this fun and comprehensive, 30 page resource to help your students produce a research report on Native Americans. This report resource contains worksheets, organizers, tools and forms to use for your students to create, develop, write, edit, illustrate, present, and assess
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Learning about the lives of Native Americans is fascinating, and students love to read about their rich culture. This engaging fact booklet provides a wonderful starting point for independent research into their history!This non-fiction book on Native Americans is a great resource to use for doing a
NEW: I have added a digital activity to this pack for use on Google Slides!Do you want to get your students to understand and admire the lives of these great people of America? This kid-friendly pack contains a nonfiction article on each of the Native American regions. Here is what is included:Ge
This project-based activity is designed to let student groups research, design, and display information about traditional Native Americans in a wing of a "mall" setting. Each tribe is represented by a restaurant (food), toy store (looks and dress), hardware (tools), house ware (housing needs and to
This graphic organizer will allow your students to research cultural aspects of Native American tribes from all across North America. These aspects include: Tribes, Shelter, Food, Music, Art, Beliefs, and Interactions with the environment. You can use the graphic organizer for any of the cultural
First Nations (Indian) Residential Schools: A Culture Lost (Through the lens of: the Rights of a Child) has been developed to support the current Canadian curriculum standards. I have been using this presentation with classes from Grade 3 to Grade 12. It is an easy way to step in to the topic of Res
My students love learning about the tribes that lived in our state, and I believe that by making it personal they gain a greater understanding of the concept. This download includes 2 versions of the product (with and without clip art): *2 different pages of research questions covering all parts of
A slideshow introduction to Native Americans in Michigan. Introduces students to the first people in Michigan, where they came from, why they came to Michigan, and how they lived. Paints a picture for students about what Michigan would have looked like hundreds of years ago and prepares them for the
These fact cards have all the information you could want when researching Native Americans. It includes: Eastern Woodlands, Plains, Southwest, Northwest and Far North Bands of Native Americans.
For this project, students will work with a small group of their peers to research a Native American tribe. The project download includes: 1. Common Core and Social Studies GPS alignment 2. Project Description 3. Project Rubric 4. Background Information 5. Native American Tribes to Choose From The
16 slide powerpoint explaining the life and explorations of Juan de Onate the Spanish conquistador who settled New Mexico.15 slides of information, maps, pictures, and artwork. You and your students are guaranteed to learn something! Juan de Onate is a great addition to your social studies unit on t
This project is designed for students to research a specific California Native American tribe, and learn about the tribe's region, food, tools, traditions, housing, clothing and daily life. Students learn about where their tribes lived, who their neighbors are, how they dressed and so much more. Stu
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These American Indian choice projects include 2 different project options. Choice Project - The choice project gives students 3 different options: a diorama, a diary, or a PowerPoint project. The students are given the creative freedom to choose their project and how they detail the required inf
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Enjoy your Mary Musgrove Resource! This Mary Musgrove product is great for basic independent research using PebbleGo or other resources. It outlines questions related to the life of Mary Musgrove for students to discover through their online search of Mary Musgrove.♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️Y
*Updated with editable slides 6/11/18* As a California fourth grade teacher, I have struggled to find Native American projects that relate to California. There are many fabulous units on Native Americans, but these focus on the USA. I use this flip book in conjunction with my text. The student
This resource provides an in-depth teacher resource for teaching about the Aboriginal heritage of Canada. There are lesson plans for the teacher, directions for student activity, reproducible pages and information cards, as well as suggestions for inquiry based discussions and projects. Answers are

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