Great project that meets all the new California Social Studies 4th grade Standards!
Lap book has two types of covers to choose from: Individual Tribe Names (included) or a blank design for students to create their own covers. Each section meets the standards. Student can draw and color or print pictures.
Extending their learning from studying their local tribe in 3rd grade, students will compare and contrast individually assigned tribes in order to understand how the relationship between people and their physical environment impacted their culture.
Resource material is not included. Students should use multiple resources to complete the project. Our California Native American Tribe Non-Fiction text resources perfectly complement the lap book. 13 tribes available in our TPT store.
This project will meet 2016 California Social Studies Standards 4.2.2:
Who were the first people in my community?
How did they use their resources?
How did they modify their environment?
What was their tribal identity (name)?
What was their social organization?
What were their customs?
Where were their villages located and why?
What structures did they build?
How did their structures fit the climate?
How did they get their clothes, food and tools?
Did they trade with others tribes?
What did they offer in trade and what did they trade for?
How did the physical geography or climate affect their natural resources?
How did they adapt to their environment to get food?