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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
This is a lesson that offers a write up the history of Teepees (Or Tipis) and a lesson plan for creating teepees for your students individually or as a group project or mural for your classroom or school. A fun way to help children to connect and create in community and to practice cooperative lea
Using Google Slides, Impact of Westward Expansion on the American Indians - USI.8c - The student will apply social science skills to understand westward expansion and reform in America from 1801 to 1861 by explaining the impact of westward expansion on American Indians.VA SOLs USI.8c - 5th/6th grade
Using Google Slides, students will apply social science skills to understand how early cultures developed in North America by locating where the American Indians lived, with emphasis on the Arctic (Inuit), Northwest (Kwakiutl), Plains (Lakota), Southwest (Pueblo), and Eastern Woodlands (Iroquois).5t
With this resource, students will learn about Native Americans through reading engaging passages on differentiated reading levels. Students can respond to multiple choice or short answer questions after reading. Teaching notes and lesson plans are included. This resource can be printed or shared dig
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
In the Native Americans Bundle, you receive 5 resources and activities to teach Native American tribes, Native American culture, Native American government, and much more. This bundle is priced to save you significantly over buying each lesson separately - buy the bundle and save a bundle!Plus, eac
This is a collection of images connected to the Plains Indians. Images included in this set are: girl, boy, horses, buffalo, head dress, tipi, travois, horse pulling travois, parfleche, cooking over fire, spear. 28 images (15 in color and 13 in B&W) CLICK HERE for TERMS OF USE Images saved at
With this differentiated reader’s theater set, students will engage in 4 traditional Native American legends and myths that helped them explain the natural world! A perfect complement to any Native American unit of study, each play is written on 3 separate reading levels so it is easy to match each
These paired passages, or paired texts, meet the demand for more complex texts that students can use to compare and build knowledge to integrate information and draw conclusions. The high-interest, rigorous passages in this set are great to stretch your 4th and 5th graders, and still appropriate for
In this Native American tribes and regions lesson, students analyze the four major regions of Native Americans in North America. Students learn about Native Americans living in the Eastern Woodlands, the Plains, the Pacific Northwest, and the Desert Southwest! Students learn about the environment,
Native American Literature can be a fun way to get your kids excited about the past, as well as gain a further understanding of America's earliest authors! Inside this mini-unit, students will be able to read a Native American creation myth, answer study questions, and compare with out creation stor
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5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Native Americans: How did tribes adapt to their environment? Paired Passages & Informational/Explanatory Writing - Digital & PDFThis is set of three leveled paired passages or texts with reading comprehension tests, short response questions, and extended writing prompts. The included texts a
Native Americans & Ancient Americans Interactive PowerPoint & Google Slides**New Update - Now includes additional INTERACTIVE Google Slides version for Distance Learning during Covid-19 | Coronavirus ***Watch this quick preview video to see the PowerPoint in action!This teaching resource is
This is a collection of images connected with the Southwest Native Americans.Images included in this set are: Adobe house, A Hogan house, pottery, kachina mask, kachina doll, kiva, metate, cotton, Southwestern girl and boy, corn, beans, squash and word art sign.32 images (16 in color and the same 16
This Native American resource includes general American Indian region passages as well as Hopi, Nez Perce, Seminole, Inuit, Pawnee, and Kwakiutl tribes. Also includes basic Native Americans of North America and Native American shelters introduction passages. Perfect intro or supplement to a Native A
Create a painting in the style of Norval Morisseau. You will need ace-tate paper, permanent felt marker and acrylic paints. It is interesting to use this activity with Social Studies courses. A nice way to initiate your students to Native American Art with a special technique: painting on acetateLev
This is a collection of images connected with the Northwest Coast native Americans. The images included in this set are: North West plank house, raven, eagle, salmon, whale, totem pole, boy girl, word art sign and birds & fish in North West style.28 images (14 in color and the same 14 in B&W
Native Americans Research Project for Kids (Native American Diorama Projects): Students research a Native American tribe and decorate a shoebox diorama. Students are responsible for completing Native American writing prompts for each side of the box according to directions and putting a creative sce
The classroom version of this lesson includes three infographics that describe the experience of Native Americans, African Americans and Women during the Revolutionary War. Students can visit the infographics with stations or they can view the infographics through Google Classroom. If printed, the p
Native American regions are diverse and each region should be taught separately. My Native American regional units are focused on pre-contact cultures but the descendants of many of the tribes we study continue to practice their cultural traditions today.Structure of the mini-units: Teacher NotesReg
(DIGITAL & PRINT) Native Americans - Ancient Americans Unit for Interactive Social Studies Notebook!***Important Update - Now includes additional, colorful Digital Google Slides Version for Google Classroom! Designed for Distance Learning {See video preview of Digital Version}This product contai
Native Americans Native Americans - Land Bridge Aim: How did humans get to the Americas?Included in this resource:• Title page• Do Now/Motivation student-centered map-skills questions• The Land Bridge reading passage with scaffolding questions• The Land Bridge graphic organizer• Application/Closing/
Native Americans - Mayas, Incas, Aztecs Native Americans - First Empires of the Americas: Mayas, Incas, AztecsAim: Were pre-Columbian peoples civilized?Included in this resource:• Title page• Do Now/Motivation student-centered question• Ancient Maya reading passage• Ancient Inca reading passage• Anc

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