This product is full of interactive notebook inserts dedicated to the topic of the Great Plains Indians.
Information and map activity about the origin of the Great Plains Natives - -including their need and method of migration through the Bering Land Bridge.
Tabs on how and why the Great Plains Natives migrated.
Location of the Great Plains Indians by modern-day state,
with another map for students to color in.
Foldable corn insert for students to show what they know about the Great Plains Indian diet.
Foldable porcupine insert for students to show what they learn about how the Great Plains Indian used this animal's quills for embroidery (as well as how the quills were collected).
Buffalo that can be cut out and labeled to show how resourceful and respectful the Great Plains Indians were toward the animals they hunted. Students label the front, to show what parts of the animal were used and for what purpose. The back of the buffalo is used to show how the Great Plains Natives respected and depended on the buffalo for survival.
Foldable tipi insert with information about how and why the Great Plains Natives used tipis as a housing source.
Foldable Indian vest insert with information on the clothing the Great Plains Indians used.
Information card on Sacajawea, and how she was involved in the Great Plains Native American History, as well as how she helped Lewis & Clark on their expedition westward in U.S. History.
Flip books and foldable inserts related to both the Great Plains Native history and lifestyle in general AS WELL AS more specific information on the following tribes - -
Sioux (Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota)
Answer keys are included where they apply.
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