This is an excellent resource to teach how Native Americans culture has, and continues to, influence American art, music, fashion, and more! This packet provides
- information on a cultural artifact from each of the six regions of North Americans (Northwest, Northeast, Southwest, Southeast, Plains,
Although most Native American drum beaters (the sticks used to play drums) are long and straight, some tribes use drum beaters that are curved into a circular shape at the end. You can see these in tribal groups from Alaska, the Pacific Northwest and Canada as well as the Diné (Navajo) and several
Travel around the globe and explore world cultures through music!These 12 activities and 8 coloring pages introduce students to a world of music-related fun, from Australian clapsticks to Indian ankle bells and Egyptian rattles. From Andean panpipes to rocking rainsticks and soothing ocean drums, th
The perfect packet for those wanting to make curriculum or bulletin boards featuring instruments from the Americas!
This clip art set contains 9 color images and the same 9 in B&W for a total of 18 images. All files are saved in individual PNG and JPEG format for your convenience.
The Haida people are an indigenous people of British Columbia, Canada and British North America.For many learners, remembering facts can be a challenge. However, with song or rhyming, many people find that they can defeat some hurdles.After completing a Haida unit, I chose to put the main facts to a
This is the free lyric sheet to the song: “Yaw, Yaw, Puka Polleracha”.
This children’s song from Peru is in Quechua, the native language used in the Incan empire and spoken widely throughout South America before the arrival of Europeans. In the song, one child calls out to a girl in a red skirt a