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Lenape Activity
Enhance your students' study of Native Americans with this printable, fun activity about The Lenape. Students will be engaged in higher order thinking while comparing and contrasting Lenape children with children of today.Print and laminate the headings and sorting cards. Overlap 2 Hula Hoops to for
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Native Americans Activity - Write Your Own Legend - Native American Writing
Write Your own Native Americans Legend! Students will combine what they have learned about Native Americans with fictional elements to write their own original legend. Native Americans - Native American Writing Activity includes: - Native Americans Legend Direction Sheet - Pre-Writing page - Li
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Colorful Central American Mola (Meets Intercultural Standard)
Students design and construct a layered paper Mola modeled after the common Central American textile tradition. Construction paper Molas explore the culture of Cent=ral America, fiber craft techniques, layering of surfaces, patterning, figure ground relationship, and color interactions. Skill and co
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Inuit Activity - Write Your Own Inuit Legend - Inuit Writing
Write Your own Inuit Legend Students will combine what they have learned about the Inuit with fictional elements to write their own original Inuit legend. What a great way to incorporate literacy into a social studies unit! Write Your Own Inuit Legend - Inuit Writing Activity includes: - Inuit Leg
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The Native Americans from the Great Plains
I love learning about Native Americans during the month of November. We read many books about the Great Plains Native Americans and I wanted something to supplement these books that allowed the students to learn some facts. Pg. 3-7 Native Americans from The Great Plains book – Copy pages A and B ba
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Native American Regions: Lapbook and Passages | Native American Project
If you teach about the seven U.S. Native American cultural regions, look no further! This 34 page download is a complete kit with black line masters and photo directions for making a Native American lapbook all about the seven cultural regions in the United States. Included in this kit is a full pag

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California Mission Drawing Guide
Every year my 4th grade students really enjoy drawing California Missions. I’ve discovered they do their best work when they focus on a simple front view, but that’s not always easy to find in photos. My solution was to make line drawings of each mission, on graph paper, so students could more easil
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American Indian Cultural Regions Lapbook & Interactive Notebook
This product was designed to be used with a Social Studies interactive notebook, lapbook, or as class notes. These can be used with any textbook, nonfiction trade book, reading passage, or movie. Most templates are generic so that a key is not included as the teacher can decide what is important to

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Sitting Bull Collaboration Poster: Great Native American Heritage Month Activity
Sitting Bull Collaboration Portrait Poster – 2 options included plus bonus materials. These activities are intended to complement/supplement any lessons on Sitting Bull and are great for your Native American Studies. The final posters make for visually engaging displays. Hang them anywhere!• The fr
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Native Americans Task Cards with PHOTOS
Native Americans Task Cards with matching labeled photos! These Native Americans task cards challenge students to read clues, make an inference about the described Native American vocabulary, and record it on their answer sheet. The vocabulary pictures are great for supporting ELLs and visual learne
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Birch Bark Box Template Ojibwe Native American Art & Social Studies Lesson
This is a template I created for a Birch Bark box. I used my own photo of birch tree bark and created a template for all the pieces to create a small round box inspired by Native American Ojibwe birch bark boxes. This template would make a great activity for a social studies lesson on Native America
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Native American Owls - Craftivity Set - Editable
These adorable Native American owl craftivities are perfect for your Thanksgiving or Native American unit! Use them as a hallway display or hang them in your classroom on a bulletin board. *COLOR & BW * EDITABLE powerpoint version so you can add your own titles and writing prompts. * Standard
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Cowboy Digital Stamps Clipart
This is a collection of cowboy and old American west black outline illustrations by Melissa Held Designs. Icons include campfire, saloon, horse, wagon wheel, tumbleweed, barrel, cactus, saddle, cowboy boot, hat, howling coyote, sheriff badge, horseshoe, lasso rope, guitar, coffee pot and cup. You
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