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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
This Pilgrims, Wampanoag and the First Thanksgiving resource includes over 20 activities to teach about not only the Pilgrims, Wampanoags, and the First Thanksgiving, but also the Mayflower, Plimoth Colony, and more. There are suggested Pilgrim, Wampanoag and First Thanksgiving books, internet resea
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This unit on the California Native American tribes/Indigenous Peoples of California is just for you! Activities include instructions, activity cards, graphic organizers, and a response/recording sheet if applicable. This 60 page unit includes:1) Academic vocabulary cards2) Inquiry chart ideas and st
Project Based Learning: Building a Colony in the New World This Project Based Learning Bundle includes: ✎ Building A Colony in the New World Instruction Page ✎ Mapping Out the Colony Planning Page ✎ Map of the Colony (1 blank and 1 borders) ✎ Animal Research Instruction Page ✎ Animal Research Pag
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This Unit was designed to teach young children about three different Native American tribes. There are booklets for the Iroquois, Sioux, and Hopi Tribes. Each booklet can be copied two per page. They come with assessment pieces and a writing page. There are directions on how to build a comparison
If you teach about the seven U.S. Native American cultural regions, look no further! This 34 page download is a complete kit with black line masters and photo directions for making a Native American lapbook all about the seven cultural regions in the United States. Included in this kit is a full pag
This creative project provides a fun and effective way of assessing student knowledge. The Native Americans Foldable, allows students to express their understanding of the Pacific Northwestern, East Woodlands, Great Plains, and Southwestern Native Americans. The students will write information about
Calling all Georgia 4th grade teachers! This project is for you (and others, of course). This Native American diorama project is all you need to send home with students. It focuses on the six regions/tribes that we cover in Georgia (or more specifically, Gwinnett county AKS)..Arctic (Inuit), Plai
Students will create a construction paper Native American Indian to display their writing. Simple instructions, patterns, and writing template included. This will jazz up your Thanksgiving Bulletin Board or compliment an indepth study of Native Americans. This product is guaranteed to make kids, p
Every year my 4th grade students really enjoy drawing California Missions. I’ve discovered they do their best work when they focus on a simple front view, but that’s not always easy to find in photos. My solution was to make line drawings of each mission, on graph paper, so students could more easil
NEW: I am in the process of adding digital activities for Google Slides to make it easier to use it for digital learning. It takes a while to do each pack, so I will add them as I finish! So far I have added:California RegionsMexican-American War and Gold RushMissions and RanchosSocial Studies Te
Want a great way for students to engage in a group activity while they examine maps, artifacts, primary sources, and solve a historical mystery? Download The Lost Colony of Roanoke CSI! This exciting activity can be used to challenge individual students or to encourage collaboration in groups of u
This 34 page download is a complete kit with black line masters and step by step photo illustrations for making a paper bag book about the history of Thanksgiving with your students. This kit is designed for intermediate grades, with tools for completing an in-depth study of the history behind the P
Students design and make this fun paper totem pole that represents their family. Both the digital and print versions are included. Students can complete the project at home with common household materials like a paper towel tube, construction paper, glue, and markers/crayons. This is a no-prep acti
NATIVE AMERICAN PROJECT BASED LEARNING CHOICE BOARD! Students will differentiate on their own and demonstrate active learning when they utilize this engaging choice board to compliment any Native American unit of study! Each project is given a point value and students will select activities that wi
This bundle include the following resources: - Native Americans of the Great Plains - Native Americans of the Northwest Coast - Native Americans of the Southwest Project - Native Americans of the Eastern Woodlands In this bundle you will receive: - 16 Non-Fiction Texts - 4 Writing Prompts (Respo
Make a mini book about the Native American Regions. Great for lapbook projects or interactive notebooks, too! This mini book can be used for any collection of Native American Regions your class studies. The map on the front cover includes these regions: Arctic, Sub-Arctic, Northwest, Plateau, Pl
THANKSGIVING COSTUME PATTERNS and DIRECTIONS ...with BONUS PLACEMAT: 1) Pilgrim Girl Hat and Collar 2) Pilgrim Boy Hat and Collar 3) Native American Indian Vest Directions using Grocery Bags Includes Step by Step Directions, Photos and Tips 4) 5 Pages of Reproducible Symbols to Decorate Ves
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Easy and ready to use unit project!In this project, students put together a 'Native American Museum' by each creating an 'artifact.' They must choose a tribe and a specific fact (ex: The IROQUOIS Indians lived in LONGHOUSES). They then will choose a project to do from the list provided (some project
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A fourth grade, take-home, build your own longhouse project. The description, sample pictures, and the rubric for the project are all included. Students are asked to build their own Haudenosaunee longhouse and write an essay describing the native structure and their building process. Packet inclu
This connects with the writing activity or can stand well alone as a brief summary of totem poles.
California teachers know that a common 'rite of passage' for fourth graders is to write a California Mission Report. Use this handy guide to help make the process easier. Students use the guide to organize their research and writing. The guide is separated into 7 sections: Father Serra’s Life I
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Students can use this project with any Native American tribe. Minimal Prep! Students will use higher-level thinking skills to complete. We have included a list of several resource websites for your convenience, but we especially love our own kid-level Native American Tribes texts (mostly California
Beginning with a PowerPoint, students will learn about the often colorful patterned artwork of the Southwestern Native Americans and see how it still influences art in the region today. Then students will learn about the climate of the region and the vegetation that can grow there.Then they will dra

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