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American Indian Tribal Groups Mini Book Reader

Grade Levels
2nd - 4th, Homeschool
Formats Included
  • PDF
Pages
40+
$4.00
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Description

In this printable book, your students will learn that American Indians have lived in North America since time immemorial. Students will recognize that Indigenous Americans have similarities and differences across the regions. By learning about American Indian history, we can better understand our world. This booklet includes color and blackline version and is 23 pages in length. An assessment sheet is included.

This booklet covers & includes maps of the following:

:: Northeastern & Eastern Woodland (Iroquois, Sauk/Fox)

:: Southeast Woodland (Cherokee, Seminole)

:: Plains (Arapaho, Crow, Sioux)

:: California & Southwest (Apache, Navajo, Pomo)

:: Great Basin (Paiute, Shoshone)

:: Arctic (Inuit, Aleut)

:: Northwest Coast (Coast Salish)

:: Plateau (Nez Perc)

Key Concepts:

:: American Indians have lived on the land since time immemorial

:: American Indians are both individuals and members of a group

:: American Indians changed and adapted to the land

:: Tribal groups share some similarities and some differences

:: Trade routes and trading of goods

:: Family structure & role of elders

:: Resilience of American Indians (Europeans, Trail of Tears)

A short assessment sheet is also included with answer key (True/False, Matching, Short Answer)

This booklet is aligned with the Washington State Social Studies Learning Standards:

C3.3.1 Explain that tribes have live in North America since time immemorial.

C3.4.1 Recognize that tribes have lived in North America since time immemorial.

G1.3.1 Examine and use maps and globes to understand the regions of North American past and present.

G2.3.1 Explain how the environment affects cultural groups and how groups affect the environment.

G2.2.5 Recognize ways people depend on, adapt to, and modify the environment to meet basic needs.

Thank you! Have a blessed day.

Michelle McDonald, B.A.E.

Social Studies Education, K-12

Elementary Education K-8

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Total Pages
40+
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
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