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If you’d like to present an overview of different Native American cultures and traditions, then the Native American Cultures Bundle is sized just right for you.

Resources Included:

  • H Is for Hopi features the unique foods, homes, clothing, and customs of 26 historic Native American tribal groups. Each page is highlighted with traceable vocabulary words and original illustrations.
  • The Native American Activity Pack includes a variety of activities—pictograph-writing, labeling, matching, fill-in-the-blank, drawing, and more—to extend and enrich learning
  • The Native American Poster Pack contains four 11 x 17 inch posters—Arts, Daily Life, Foods, and Homes—illustrated with colorful photographs.

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 H Is for Hopi 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

Poster Vocabulary Words:

The Arts: beadwork, dance, kachina doll, music, pottery, weaving

Daily Life: arrowhead, headdress, horses, moccasin, sacred hoop, totem pole

Foods: acorns, beans, bison, fish, maize, squash

Homes: hogan, igloo, longhouse, pueblo, tipi, wigwam

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)
  • Describing the importance of the bison to tribes living on the Great Plains
  • Identifying symbols of Native American culture
  • Creating and using a map key
  • Using pictographs to write a story
  • 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 book/activity pages and poster example.

Technical Info: The files are in PDF format, combined into a single zip drive, and illustrated with high-definition, original images and/or photographs.


Bundle and Save: These three resources are also included, at a 20% savings, in the

Native American Super Pack Bundle.

Related Resources:

Famous Native Americans

Native American Homes (Cut-and-Glue Cultures)

Native American Medicine Wheel


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