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First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) Event Reflection
The purpose of the FNMI Event Reflection Assignment is to offer students an opportunity to attend and reflect on an Indigenous event. Through this assignment, students will advance their knowledge of indigenous cultures, teachings, and celebrations.
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Free Native Americans Tree Graphic Organizer Pack
This freebie includes blank posters for each Native American (Early Peoples) tribe that Georgia fourth graders study. There are tree graphic organizer posters for students to fill in shelter, food, and clothing. There is also another option for students to complete an IS, CAN, ARE for each tribe as
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FREE Native Americans Resources
This is the first five pages of a product called "Native American Unit." You can purchase the ENTIRE product by clicking on My Products. Description of ENTIRE Product: 17 pages of Native American activities to supplement your unit. Creative and hands-on ideas! Includes: - Unit Project and Pr
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Native American Student Created Newspapers
This is a BUNDLED pack of Native American newspapers featuring: Hopi | Nez Perce | Seminole | Inuit | Pawnee | Kwakiutl There are six fill-in-the-blank newspapers specifically addressing each tribe of North America as found in the Georgia Fourth Grade Social Studies standards. I have found that writ
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Early North American Civilizations
This sort follows Norfolk Public Schools 4th grade curriculum. Early North American Civilizations sort compare the location, food and housing of the Anasazi, Inuit, Mound Builders and Eastern Woodland NPS4.3
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