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La Culture Ojibwe FULL UNIT PLAN NO PREP + Rubrics
This is a unit plan that I created based on professional development days I attended on Aboriginal Education, specifically information on the Ojibwe culture. All worksheets are in French and intended for the French Immersion program. This package includes: - 24 flashcards with the English, French, a
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Birch Bark Box Template Ojibwe Native American Art & Social Studies Lesson
This is a template I created for a Birch Bark box. I used my own photo of birch tree bark and created a template for all the pieces to create a small round box inspired by Native American Ojibwe birch bark boxes. This template would make a great activity for a social studies lesson on Native America
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Native American Craftivities for the Ojibwe and Tewa
This resource includes the following; 1. "I can" statements and CCSS aligned objectives 2. Detailed lesson plans for two reading passages, comprehension questions, and a craft 3. YouTube links to build lesson schema 4. Two reading passages on the Tewa traditional dances and Ojibwe dream catchers 5.
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Compare and Contrast Dakota and Ojibwe Native Americans Worksheet
Students will be able to use this resource to compare and contrast Dakota and Ojibwe Native Americans. Categories include homes, clothing, transportation, language, and games. This product meets the MN state standards for social studies for second grade! What's Included: Compare and Contrast Dako
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First Nations Ojibwe Decor Bundle EDITABLE
Make your classroom a more inclusive and inviting space for your diverse group of students with this amazing bundle of basic concept decor in English and Ojibwe!Bright, colourful posters and word wall cards use a combination of Ojibwe and English to help students learn in a variety of subjects inclu
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Ojibwe - The Legend of the Lady Slipper Lesson Plan
This is a lesson plan using The Legend of the Lady Slipper by Lise Lunge-Larsen and Margi Preus and illustrated by Andrea Arroyo. This can be used for a range of grades from 3-5. It is multi-level and it had built-in differentiation.
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Ojibwe and Dakota Comparison Project
A project that has students compare the similarities and differences between the Ojibwa and Dakota Native Americans.
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Ojibwe Bandolier Bag Project
This is an art project for a 4th grade classroom. This activity was connected to our exploration of the Midwest Region as part of the Social Studies curriculum.
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FREE Seven Grandfather Teachings Ojibwe Flashcards
FREE TEACHING RESOURCE FOR NATIVE STUDIES AND OJIBWE LANGUAGE! Teach your students Anishinaabemowin and the seven grandfather teachings at the same time! > Best printed double-sided, as the English translation will appear on the back of each card. > Available in two sizes - small poster size
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Ojibwe and Dakota Clip Art
Original Clip Art with Ojibwe and Dakota themes from 7 Generation Games! Teaching a Native American unit in your classroom? We've notice that there isn't a lot of Native American clip art that is available for teachers, which is why we have included this package for you to use in your class. Mor
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Ojibwe Beadwork Powerpoint Presentation
This presentation talks about Ojibwe Beadwork and has an activity to go with the presentation. Would be a good project for 3rd, 4th or 5th grade! Social Studies!
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Ojibwe and Dakota Clip Art
Original Clip Art with Ojibwe and Dakota themes from 7 Generation Games! Teaching a Native American unit in your classroom? We've notice that there isn't a lot of Native American clip art that is available for teachers, which is why we have included this package for you to use in your class. More
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Parts of a Plant English and Ojibwe Version
This is a cut and paste activity labeling the parts of a plant in both English and Ojibwe language.
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Reference Guide to learning Ojibwe
This is a quick reference guide to help teachers learn how to pronounce Ojibwe words.
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Music of the Northeastern Woodlands Tribes {Bundled Set}
Looking for a way to incorporate Native American music into your music lessons? This comprehensive bundle, focused on the tribes of the Chippewa/Ojibwe, Ottawa, and Iroquois tribes, could be used for Thanksgiving or during any time of the year you want to teach about the music and culture of Native
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Music of the Chippewa {Songs, Slideshows, and Background}
Looking for a way to incorporate Native American music into your music lessons? This comprehensive set, focused on the Chippewa/ Ojibwe tribe, could be used for Thanksgiving or during any time of the year you want to teach about the music and culture of Native Americans. The set includes the followi
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Jingle Dance: A First Nation Tradition
The Jingle Dance is a traditional First Nation dance originating in the Great Lakes region of Canada and the United States - by the Ojibway (Ojibwe) peoples. This product was created with the Ontario Grade 2 Social Studies Curriculum in mind (Changing Family and Community Traditions; Global Communi
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Novel Study, The Birchbark House (by Louise Erdrich) Study Guide
The Birchbark House Study Guide contains vocabulary and questions for each chapter arranged according to the seasons as presented in the novel (Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring) Also included are the following titles: Reading Reflection, Characters, Vocabulary (Examples and Non-examples, Word Lines,
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Journeys Grade 5 Lesson 22: The Birchbark House Reading Supplemental Resources
Supplemental Resources for the HMH Journeys Grade 5 Unit 5 Lesson 22: The Birchbark House Activities Include: Vocabulary Cards with matching definitions Vocabulary Word Meaning Map Spelling Word Cards Spelling Sort Page (final sounds) Making Words Graphic Organizer Making words "traditions" letter
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31 NATIVE AMERICAN LANGUAGES (CHEROKEE, SIOUX, NAVAJO, MAYA, AZTEC/NAHUATL ETC)
This focuses on basic vocabularies for: Apache, Arapaho, Aymara (or Aymaru of South America), Aztec (also called Nahuatl which see below), Blackfoot, Cherokee, Cheyenne, Chickasaw, Chinook Jargon (northwestern, coastal trade language), Choctaw, Comanche, Cree, Creek, Guarani (South Ame
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Native Americans of Wisconsin & Traditional Literature (English)
A power point that can be used to review vocabulary in a Native American and traditional literature unit. This is a great resource to be used with TPR. Some examples of the vocabulary included are... -Native American -tribe -Ojibwe -Menominee -Dakota (Sioux) -Ho-Chunk -Potawatomi -Treaty -T
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Discover Ohio Tribes in History
This book describes the history and life of Ohio tribes in history, mainly the Shawnee, Erie, Ottawa, Chippewa (Ojibwe), Iroquois and ancient mound-building tribes. Includes information on shelters, clothing, food, regions, and other fun and interesting facts about these tribes. Great for guided r
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Birch Trees and Symbolism
This lesson is a tribal specific approach to learning about Native American Cultures. Learn about an Ojibwe story that explains the meaning behind the unique marks found on the bark of Birch trees. Lesson includes: links to the legend, photographs of Birch Trees, an art planner, a step-by-step proc
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Native American Peoples Mini-books
32 Native American People Included: • Aleut • Apache • Arapaho • Blackfoot • Cherokee • Cheyenne • Choctaw • Comanche • Cree • Crow • Delaware • Flathead • Iroquois • Kiowa • Menominee • Navajo • Ojibwe • Osage • Paiute • Pueblo • Seminole • Shoshone • Sioux • Tohono O'odham • Ute • Quechan Also I
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