H IS FOR HOPI (Historic Native American Cultures)

H IS FOR HOPI (Historic Native American Cultures)
H IS FOR HOPI (Historic Native American Cultures)
H IS FOR HOPI (Historic Native American Cultures)
H IS FOR HOPI (Historic Native American Cultures)
H IS FOR HOPI (Historic Native American Cultures)
H IS FOR HOPI (Historic Native American Cultures)
H IS FOR HOPI (Historic Native American Cultures)
H IS FOR HOPI (Historic Native American Cultures)
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H Is for Hopi presents an overview—highlighted with traceable vocabulary words, original illustrations, and interesting facts—of the unique foods, homes, clothing, and customs of 26 historic Native American tribal groups.

The Let’s Get Real Science and Social Studies Alphabet series is designed to be used by K-3 teachers to build content-area literacy, introduce (or review) themes of study, highlight literacy skills such as beginning sounds and alphabetizing, practice handwriting skills, and support beginning readers.

Featured Tribes:

Apache, Blackfoot, Caddo, Delaware, Eastern Band of Cherokee, Fox, Great Plains, Hopi, Inuit, Jumano, Kickapoo, Lakota, Mojave, Navajo, Ojibwe, Powhatan, Quapaw, Rappahannock, Seminole, Tlingit, Ute, village (Pueblo), Wampanoag, SquaXin, Yurok, Zuni

Additional Vocabulary:

adobe, chickee, chief, cradleboard, dugout, fetish, headdress, hogan, igloo, kachina, lacrosse, moccasins, nations, pestle, pottery, powwow, roach, Sacred Hoop, tejas, Three Sisters, tipi, totem pole, warrior

Targeted Skills:

  • Identifying cultural similarities and differences among Native American groups
  • Identifying customs and traditions of different Native American groups
  • Understanding how geography affects culture (for example, the types of foods we eat or homes we build)
  • Critical thinking skills of comparing, contrasting, and drawing conclusions based on facts
  • Building vocabulary specific to Native American culture

Sample Pages: Please see the preview for sample pages from the book.

Technical Info: The file is in PDF format, illustrated with original, high-definition images.

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Bundle and Save: This book is also included, at a 20% savings, in two bundles: the Native American Super Pack Bundle and the smaller Native American Cultures Bundle

Related Resources:

Famous Native Americans

Native American Activity Pack

Native American Homes (Cut-and-Glue Cultures)

Native American Medicine Wheel

Native American Poster Set

Additional Social Studies Themed Alphabets:

The ABCs of America

T Is for Texas (Symbols of the Lone Star State)

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