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The Inuit: Native Americans of the Arctic- Reading and Writing Activities
Inuit: Native Americans of the Arctic Mini-Unit was created as a resource for Georgia's 4th grade Social Studies GPS. This is the first of six Native American cultures. Included: Informational Passage Comprehension Questions Learning Station Ideas and Materials- Inuit Information Cards for Learni
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Historic Tribe Project-Indian home model
This is a project I complete with my fourth graders after our Historic American Indians Unit. Included in this freebie: -Interactive notebook activity for 3 Indian homes: Wigwam, teepee, and longhouse - Letter to be sent home to parents describing the projects -Grading rubric Check out my blog for
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Native American Diorama Rubric
This is a great go-to rubric that one can simply print, circle the grade and staple to project. This is also the lead sheet for any classroom description of an upcoming Native American Diorama project. Multiple uses, and as easy as "print"!
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Native American Mural Project
Do you need an engaging, hands-on culminating activity for your NATIVE AMERICAN UNIT?! Well, look no further! Have your students use their knowledge on the various Native American regions (Northwest, Southwest, Great Plains, &; Eastern Woodlands) to create a beautiful mural. INCLUDED: -NATI
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Native American Project by Regions
Students choose from 9 possible projects on the Native Americans by their region. It is set up for them to choose 3 from a tic tac toe board, but can be adjusted to however many you wish for them to do. This packet is differentiated for the learning styles and abilities of your students. It allows
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Florida Native American Tribes Project and SONG- EDITABLE
This product includes an editable, choice project on the Florida Native American Tribes. A rubric is included as well. There is also a song to teach your kiddos to help them remember the five tribes and what they were known for. Enjoy!
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European Colonization:  First settlers in North America
A great way to get kids to internalize a subject is to compare it to something with which they are familiar. Analogies are a wonderful way to teach difficult topics and have become a staple in the way that I deliver material. This project gives the kids the opportunity to make their own analogy b
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Native American Project Rubric
This is a directions sheet and rubric for a 4th grade Native American project, but can be used for any grade. The project requires students to research one of Florida's major tribes, and construct a dwelling to represent the tribe's home. This also includes a sheet for the research portion. Rub
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Native American Project Rubric
5th grade social studies focuses on Native American culture. This rubric can be used for a Native American project. Some of the rubric focuses on classwork, so that section may not be applicable to you, but the chunk of the rubric focuses on a Native American report.
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Native American Regions Illustration Project
Capture the knowledge students obtain about Native American adaptations to environments and the regions in which they settled. This project allows students to combine artistic talents and writing skills with an easy to use rubric.
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Mythology Unit Final Project
This package includes three creative projects for a mythology unit and rubrics for each. -Create character cards for gods/goddesses/creatures in myths -Create three book covers based on a myth aimed at different age groups -Create a comic strip to retell a myth Examples are for Greek, Norse, and In
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Native American Project and Potlatch
The students in third grade learn about many different Native American Tribes. After researching and taking notes on many different tribes, the students complete a Native American project. At the end of the unit we celebrate with a Potlatch and a presentation of each child's work.
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Native American Tribe Project
This is a rubric that can be used to assist students in completing a project based on Native American tribes. This can be used to focus on tribes from your state or across the country. My students are always so creative with this assignment. Once they complete this project and become "experts" on
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Early People of North Carolina Scene Project
After researching the Native American groups of North Carolina, students will choose a region of which a scene will be created. Students may draw the scene or create a diorama of the North Carolina region. Students should include specific details in their scene to describe what life was like. Det
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Mission Map Project
Students studying Missions and Presidios can now design their own with this helpful guide & rubric! Project pack includes:*Project-Based Learning Guiding Question Poster*Student Instruction Checklist Page (Higher Level + Differentiated Level)*Rubrics for both levels*Now includes example photogr
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First Nations Assessment Rubric & Written Reflections
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I created this rubric to help with assessing all our work that we had done in learning about First Nations People. It is a global or general rubric that could complement any unit that you've designed. I've included a couple of written self reflecting sheets where students can demonstrate some of the
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Grade 3 SS Culminating Task - Early Canada | Projet cumulatif 3e année
I created this task as a fun, inquiry-based project for grade 3 Social Studies (Ontario's Heritage and Identity strand: Communities in Canada, 1780 –1850). It is open-ended and asks students to create the storyboard for a hypothetical film that teaches peers all about early explorers, First Nations
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Argumentative (Persuasive) Writing Project: Evaluate the Inca Empire
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For the past several years, dozens of teachers have graded your students on quizzes, projects, assignments, essays, participation, effort, conduct and more. Now, it’s your students' turn to be in control and to grade others. Their task is to evaluate the effectiveness of the Inca government betwee

Also included in: Maya Aztecs Incas Unit Activities Bundle

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Aztec Inca Maya Foldable
During a unit on the Aztec, Inca, and Maya civilizations, students create a foldable (folded like a brochure) that includes various information from each civilization. The foldable is a great tool to lay out information and have students make connections between the three civilizations. It requires
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Writing a Myth or Origin Story
Incorporate creative writing into your Literacy or Social Studies/History class by walking the class through a myth writing or origin story creation tale. Directions are included, as well as, a detailed grading rubric to make life easier.
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Texas Tribes Unit
This unit covers six Texas Native American tribes- Caddo, Karakawa, Lipan Apache, Comanche, Jumano, and Coahuiltican. It explains customs, food, appearance, and culture of each tribe. There are reading passages, graphic organizers, writing assignments, visual cards, projects with rubrics, and test
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Ancient Mesoamerica Civilizations Debate
In this project, students will research to prove which of the following ancient civilizations was the greatest: The Maya, The Aztec, or the Inca. They will use this template to take notes from their research. Also included is a rubric, a script for the moderator, as well as a scoring sheet for the
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Ancient Earthworks of the Midwest: Native American Art- Effigy Mounds
What are effigy Mounds? Raised piles of dirt, Effigy Mounds mounds are numerous in the midwestern USA, especially in parts of southern Wisconsin where I live. Some are shaped like cones, some like lines and some like animals. It is estimated there may have been 20, 000 before European contact. Over
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SL.5.4 - Presentation Rubric (Native Americans)
This is a rubric designed to assess presentations and the SL.5.4 standard. The rubric is specific for a Native American tribe presentation, but could be easily adapted for any subject matter. The rubric scores students in content, sequence and presenter characteristics. Students can achieve excee
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