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- A Unique Collection of Multicultural Legends -This ready-to-use set of 27 reading passages is perfect to motivate and encourage reading fluency and comprehension. The 100-page collection provides a good introduction to the legends of American and Canadian Indigenous Peoples and other cultures from a$10.50$14.10Save $3.60
Unique Legends from Indigenous Peoples of North America -
This ready-to-use collection of legends will inspire your students and exercise close reading skills. The 23-page collection is perfect for Distance Learning and provides a good introduction to American and Canadian Indigenous cultures.
The 1-page reading passages are clearly written, printable, and include questions to test comprehension and close reading skills. Also included are 2 unique reading comprehension organizers specifically designed for legends and folktales.
Although targeted to a 3rd or 4th grade reading level, the stories are appropriate for learners of any age.
The legends are:
Why Chipmunks Have Stripes (Seneca)
The Flying Bat Plays Ball (Southeast Muskogee}
The Dream Catcher (Athabasca Chipewyan)
Two Rabbits Outsmart an Owl (Inuit)
Sedna, Goddess of the Sea (Baffin Island Inuit)
How Mosquitoes Came to Be (Pacific Northwest Tlinget)
Timeline/Event Sequence Organizer
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