Native American Writing and Craft Unit
ELA Reading and Writing CC Aligned
Social Studies Intergration
by Pam D'Alessandro
• Technology Links
• Literacy Links
• Native American Writing Craftivity
• CC Standards and I Can Posters
This graphic organizer will allow your students to research cultural aspects of Native American tribes from all across North America. These aspects include: Tribes, Shelter, Food, Music, Art, Beliefs, and Interactions with the environment. You can use the graphic organizer for any of the cultural
I enjoy teaching my students about the rich history of Texas. This product contains the graphic organizers I use for my students to organize their information as we research the American Indian groups that helped shape Texas history. Select one or select all, but don't worry about the need to
This document includes a 29-slide PowerPoint presentation to be used as an introduction to Native American Mythology for American Literature, in accordance with Common Core Standards. It includes information on Native American Myths and the regions of the Native Americans. In addition to a presentat
This is a resource that I created as a student teacher in a second grade, low-income classroom.
This is a graphic organizer that I created to use when teaching about the Lakota Indians!
I used it as an open-ended pre-assessment and will have my students continue to fill it out as the lessons progr
As the GSE move towards a more exploration/discovery approach, I wanted a place for my students to record their findings. In this packet, I've included 2 different graphic organizers - 1 is a four square design (I've included an option with and without pictures) and the other is an interactive noteb
You’re starting Native American origin myths. You want your students to read closely and piece together important details to learn about the storytellers’ differing cultures. These notes and graphic organizers will get you started.**Includes THREE versions of the resource to be flexible & save t
My students love learning about the Native American tribes in 4th grade. We study the Nez Perce, Kwakiutl, Seminoles, Inuit, Pawnee and Hopi tribes.
As much as they love learning about the Native Americans, they get discouraged writing about them because they have a hard time organizing ALL of the
Here are 3 graphic organizers to help your students write about Native Americans. I like to use this with my Kindergarten class in November when talking about the first Thanksgiving. I gave you the option of either printing the charts in color or black and white. You can also choose what type of l
My students always have a hard time organizing key facts about Native American tribes. These graphic organizers are a wonderful one-sheet to help students keep basic notes about the various tribes studied in Florida. This can be used as a reference throughout the unit, and also makes a great study g
Native American Regions
Research Tri-Folds & Resources
Grades 4-8+—65+ Pages!
Explore the idiosyncrasies and culture of various Native American Regions with these Research Tri-Folds. You can design your own Tri-Foldable (after printing) by creating your own heading
This freebie includes blank posters for each Native American (Early Peoples) tribe that Georgia fourth graders study. There are tree graphic organizer posters for students to fill in shelter, food, and clothing. There is also another option for students to complete an IS, CAN, ARE for each tribe as
This set of research graphic organizers features 36 figures representing Native American Indian heritage. The set is perfect for celebrating the Native American Indian Heritage Month of November, Thanksgiving, Indigenous Peoples' Day, and more. Graphic organizers are a perfect way to ensure your stu
This product should be used to teach and assess the following standards:
SS4H1 The student will describe how early Native American cultures developed in North America.
a. Locate where Native Americans settled with emphasis on the Arctic (Inuit), Northwest (Kwakiutl), Plateau (Nez Perce), Southwest
Sacagawea Graphic Organizer
Sacagawea was the daughter of a Shoshone chief who helped the Lewis and Clark Expedition achieve each of its chartered mission objectives exploring the Louisiana Purchase.
Great for thematic lessons, research, or review!
** 4 Pages
1. Graphic Organizer A
This is a collection of graphic organizers for students to use when collecting facts about the Abenakis.
Essential Questions and prompts
Topics for fact collection
Sheet for sources
Folktale graphic organizer
Hello font by Jen Jones @ www.helloliteracy.blogspot.com
Native American Tribes
Research Tri-Folds & Resources
Grades 4-8+—65+ Pages!
Explore the idiosyncrasies and culture of various Native American Tribes with these Research Tri-Folds. You can design your own Tri-Foldable (after printing) by creating your own headings.
Native American Origin Myths have consistent elements woven within each tale. This graphic organizer allows students to organize those elements in a visual form.
You may use this graphic organizer with any two origin myths such as "The Earth on the Turtle's Back," "When Grizzlies Walked Upright,
In Texas 4th grade is a big year for learning about Native Americans! We did a huge research project and part of that was groups choosing a tribe to research!
I also created a website for students to research each of the tribes that could be
Use this graphic organizer booklet as a resource to teach the Native American regions. Practices map skills by coloring and adding symbols to map. Students can use sources to add details to their books.
Perfect for distance learning, these biography research organizers are a perfect way to ensure your students are keeping their information organized and focusing on the most important aspects of these 36 figures representing Native American Indian heritage. The set is perfect for celebrating the Nat
Make learning Native American Regions Fun! Great tool to organize facts. Using your Native American study unit, have students record facts on their notepad. Each page has a graphic organizer that allows students to record notes for the Northwest, Southwest, Southeast, Plains, Plateau, and Arctic r