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Reader's Theater: 4 Native American Legends (plays for 3rd, 4th, 5th grade)
Focus on differentiation! This reader’s theater set features 4 popular Native American legends written on 3 separate reading levels for a total of 12 plays! Each script contains 4-6 parts, making it a perfect activity for centers or leveled guided reading groups! Modified versions provide suppor
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Reader's Theater:  4 Native American Legends by Region (intermediate)
With this differentiated reader’s theater set, students will engage in different Native American legends originating from four very different tribal regions of our country. A perfect complement to any Native American unit of study! Written on 3 separate reading levels (600-900 Lexile), it is easy to
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Roy Henry Vickers Traditional First Nations' Native American Legends Unit
Supporting First Nations and Native American Literature in the Classroom Famous Canadian First Nations artist, Roy Henry Vickers, teams up with Robert Budd to create a book series eloquently depicting classic Northwest Coast Legends. This unit supports the books: Peace Dancer, Raven Brings the
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Native Americans: Native American Legends
Native Americans Native American Legends Unit This Native American Legends unit is a great resource to learn about Native American culture Native American Legends is a great way to practice Close reading with text dependent questions and organizers Included are the following: 1. History of Na
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Comparing Myths/Legends: Greek Myth Icarus vs. Native American Legend- 4th-6th
Greek Mythology and Native American legends may seem like the two very different genres, with little to no similarities, but you'd be wrong! This project asks students to compare myths and legends from two very different cultures, finding both the similarities and differences. Through this common c

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Native American Legend Wheel Activity for Gifted and Enrichment
NOTE BEFORE BUYING!! This product is one of 8 activities in my Native American Research Menu for Gifted and Enrichment Please check out full menu before purchase! Increase critical and creative thinking in your social studies and language arts curriculum! Your students' higher-order thinking ski
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Native American Legends with QR Codes
Students will use iPads to scan 6 QR Codes. Each QR code will take them to a different Native American Legend. Students will read each legend then record the tribe, the theme/lesson learned, and do a drawing to represent the legend. Two options are given. One is a worksheet that could be printed
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Native Americans Legend and Farming of the Iroquois Station Activity
Native Americans: Legend and Farming of the Iroquois Station Activity was never so fun as these three Native American Farming activities centered around the Three Legends Sister. Experiential learning brings Native American life alive. This is hands-on learning at its best. Use in activity statio

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The Three Sisters (A Native American Legend)
This one-page Native American legend is about three sisters (corn, beans, squash) who could only be happy when they were with each other. The unit includes five activity pages on identifying real/make-believe, spellings of "long e", adding "ed", using synonyms & antonyms, and reading for inform
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First Nations' and Native American Legends - Hiawatha and the Peacemaker
Supporting First Nations/ Native American Literature in the Classroom In this unit, students explore this incredibly rich story with reading comprehension strategies such as visualization, connection, questioning, predicting and summarizing. Easy to use reading response pages have been created
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First Nations' Native American Legends Bundle featuring David Shannon
Supporting First Nations, Native American Literature and Legends in the Classroom The Rough-Face Girl, and The Boy Who Lived the Seals written by Rafe Martin and illustrated by David Shannon, and Hiawatha and The Peacemaker written by Robbie Robertson and illustrated by David Shannon, explores Fir
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Native Americans:  The Legend of the Medicine Man
This hands-on activity includes reading, reading comprehension, fill in the blanks worksheet, and a word puzzle. Story/Legend of the Medicine Man Modified page of The Legend of the Medicine Man (words used to fill in the blank are in bold) Fill in the blank worksheets. Copy one per student (student
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The Two Sisters - A First Nations' Native American Legend
Supporting First Nations/ Native American Literature and Legends in the Classroom The Two Sisters, written by Pauline Johnson and illustrated by Sandra Butt, explores First Nations’, (Native American) literature by examining the legend behind The Two Sisters, also known as The Lions near Vancouver
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First Nations / Native American Legends by Caroll Simpson BUNDLE
Supporting First Nations/ Native American Literature and Legends in the Classroom Brothers of the Wolf, The First Mosquito and The First Beaver written and illustrated by Caroll Simpson, explores First Nations’, (Native American) Literature with reading strategies such as visualization, connection,
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A Native American Legend using Symbols
After reading or learning about any Native American legend or Native American cultue, students can retell a legend or create their own legend using Native American Symbols on this "buckskin" template!
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The First Mosquito - A First Nations/ Native American Legend
Supporting First Nations/ Native American Literature in the Classroom The First Mosquito, written and illustrated by Caroll Simpson, explores First Nations’, (Native American) Literature with reading strategies such as visualization, connection, questioning, predicting and summarizing. Easy to us
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Brothers of the Wolf - A First Nations / Native American Legend
Supporting First Nations/ Native American Literature and Legends in the Classroom Brothers of the Wolf, written and illustrated by Caroll Simpson, explores First Nations’, (Native American) Literature with reading strategies such as visualization, connection, questioning, predicting and summarizin
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"The Flying Head" an Iroquois folktale ; Native American legend ; printable
This product is a two-page pdf file to correspond with the Native American legend “The Flying Head” as found in the book “Legends of the Iroquois”. The printable handout requires to students to read the story, either independently or with a partner, then determine the theme, or central idea, of t
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Folklore: Native American Legend: Two Wolves lesson - ELA, character ed, writing
Attached is a SmartBoard presentation with full lesson plans for the Native American legend, "Two Wolves" - within the Word document you fill find paired texts, with an additional song/poem. This lesson addresses critical thinking, citing evidence, paragraph writing, and character education. It al
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Eastern Woodlands Native Americans Legend
This is a reading comprehension activity that has the students read an Eastern Woodland Native American legend and then answer higher-level questions.
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Native American Legends - Graphic Organizer
This product is for a graphic organizer I created to help students document their learning about legends. It is intended to be used in conjunction with mentor texts. Teacher Guide: In my classroom I read a mentor text aloud to the whole class and then we complete the graphic organizer for each sto
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Apache Native American Legend Primary Source Writing Activity
This is perfect for teaching Native American history or for a writing exercise. The following is a primary source of an Apache Legend about the Child of Water, a god who created the world. Students compare how Apache Legends are similar to their own stories they grow up hearing, such as fairy tales.
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Native American Legends
This is an ARTS/Literature integrated lesson focusing on the legends of Native Americans such as Legend of the Indian Paintbrush. You will create a chalking or creme pastel recreation of the painting in the book.
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Native Americans of North America [Google Classroom Compatible]
Engage your students in an interactive learning unit with this google classroom compatible Native American social studies resource. You will find both "ready-to-go" lesson plans as well as lesson plans that allow you to customize them to meet your classroom and curriculum needs. The unit will cov
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