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Canada {Canadian Symbols} Unit
This All About Canada ~ Canadian Symbols unit has 160 pages of social studies activities to teach your students about Canada and its important symbols! There are 12 Canadian symbols included, such as beavers, maple leaves, the flag, mounties, maple syrup, inukshuks, and more. Includes full colour po
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Native American Activity Pack Totem Pole, Totem Cubes, Diorama Printables
This is a terrific set of printables and activities to support your Native American Heritage Month activities. Color a Totem Pole or create a Totem Cube Totem Pole with a Thunderbird Cube. Create an amazing Native American diorama with printable versions of a teepee, canoe and fire or use the blan
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World Religions: Creating Your Own Totem
This simple, fun, hands-on activity allows students to explore some of the beliefs of Aboriginal spirituality and make connections to their own personalities. An easy-to-use scoring evaluation is included. I use this activity during the unit on Aboriginal religions which is one of the first units
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Native American Personal Totem Pole (Totelfie)
Students create a totem pole that reflects their life and who they are. This lesson is connected to Native Americans of The West and Pacific Northwest. After reading and learning about the tribes of the Pacific Northwest, West and Alaska, students create their own totem poles to reflect what is im
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Totem Pole Worksheet
Use this worksheet to help students brainstorm ideas for creating a totem pole as an activity during a Native American unit study. Introduce totem poles, their history, and different animals with their meanings for totem poles before doing this activity. A writing piece accompanies the drawing part
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North American Indian Societies - US History Common Core
The following is a common core-based lesson on the North American Indian Societies for US History class. The worksheet contains a variety of activities designed to actively engage students in the content. The activities within this lesson include: • A do now that provides an opportunity for class di
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Touching Spirit Bear Sequencing Lesson
At the end of reading Touching Spirit Bear, students can work on this final group project. Students will start with an Internet Hunt on Totem Pole for homework. The next class, they will then work in groups or as a class to create a timeline of the story, sequence the important events and create a t
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Northwest Coast Tribes Centers
Northwest Coast Tribes Centers Great printables and activities to include in your unit over the Pacific Coast or Northwest Coast Native American tribes! Northwest Coast Tribes Centers This Product Includes: ✎Close Reading: "Natural Resources of The Northwest Coast." Students can read t
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Latin American Class Systems
This activity includes a nonfiction reading excerpt followed by a pie chart activity that focuses on the social class structure in Latin America prior to the revolutions. The second piece includes definition and guides students through creating totem pole representations (with explanations) for eac
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U.S. History Choice Board Bundle
This product includes 4 choice board assignments to assess the topic of US History. Each choice board includes 6 activity squares that address different multiple intelligences based on the study of each topic. This menu of activities can be used as a formative or summative assessment. Each choice
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American Indian Cultural Pole Project
American Indians Cultural PoleThis project / activity instructions includes instructions, grading rubric, gallery walk comparison graphic organizers, and instructions for each tribe. We know southwest American Indians did not create totem poles, but if they had created totem poles based on their cul
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Native American Culture Areas, Pre 1600s - What's That?
The three activities within can be used in three different ways and will provide the students with a brief explanation of the eight Native American Culture Areas that are in the lands that will become the United States. The materials can be used as an introduction of a deeper study of the cultures,
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ORAL PRESENTATION Totem Pole Project RUBRIC +LETTER Aboriginal English or French
Print this letter and rubric (both written in English) to inform parents of a Family Totem Pole project in which students create a totem pole at home to depict their family members and then explain it during an oral presentation at school. This project: -supports your lessons about Native American
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App Smashing Assignment - "I am Raven"
In this cross-curricular unit plan students work in the subject areas of: social students, indigenous peoples studies, physical education, art, language arts, as well as technology. Students (in grade 3, although this can be easily adapted for any grade level!) will take part in finding their person
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Creast your own totem pole
Your students will LOVE this fun project creating totem poles out of coffee cans!!
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First Americans Choice Board
Learning Target: Students describe the major pre-Columbian settlements, including the cliff dwellers and pueblo people of the desert Southwest, the American Indians of the Pacific Northwest, the nomadic nations of the Great Plains, and the woodland peoples east of the Mississippi River.This activity
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Native American Fossil Fuel Protest Current Events/Literacy Lesson
This slide show includes:Learning objectives and standardsTwo quotes to kick off the lessonA map to provide background info10 vocabulary terms with link to Quizlet setLink to reading passage/articleWriting PromptEnrichment activity and links to resources In this lesson students will: think and write
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Northwest Coast Totem Poles
Directions and patterns for creating a totem pole from paper towel tubes
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Terrific Totem Poles!
This is a culmination project on a tradition of creating totem poles to showcase the history of one's family. Students will interview family members in search of information about their culture, plan the construction of their totem pole, and finally create a "totem pole" using a paper towel roll fo
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Native American Art Activity Create A 7 Ft Totem Pole! Thunderbird Printable
This is a terrific project to decorate your school during Native American Heritage Month. The Pack contains 8 different Totem coloring sheets and a Thunderbird to go on top! Without repeating totems the pole is over 7 feet tall but you can mix and match to create as tall a totem pole as you would l
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Native American Totem Pole Writing and Craft
Write Across the Curriculum with this Native American totem pole writing activity! You and your family live in the Kwakiutl clan in the Northwest Coast. It is the year 1740, the year before you had first contact with European settlers. You have finally finished your totem pole, which tells the
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Totem Poles Informational Article and Activity
Students will explore 4 types of totem poles and their meaning in a two page informational article written at grade level. They will also learn about 6 different animals and what they represent in the Haida culture (colour and black and white versions provided). Suggestions for a totem pole activi
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My Animal Totem Pole Project
Students will learn about the symbolism of animals in the culture and artwork of the Aboriginal People of Canada and will create their own 3D totem pole to present and display in class. This Unit is complete with a chart, clip-art to colour, photos of student examples and a worksheet.
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Totem poles and lifestyle of Northwest Native Americans
This sheet serves as a graphic organizer for notes about totem poles and other aspects of the lifestyle of the Tlingit people of the Northwest. Each box provides a starter thought to which the students add further information. This activity can be used as a lesson guide, homework assignment, or
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