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This sheet is an easy-to-use chart with facts about five Indian tribes. The Indian tribes include Kwakiutl, Iroquois, Sioux, Pueblo, and Inuit. Facts include how they got their food, what they lived in, what clothes they wore, and where they were located. (The specific tribes or types of facts can easily be changed to match your unit's content.)
Directions: Copy one page per student. Have students draw a picture or symbol in each box to represent the fact that is in that box. This will give students a visual aid when trying to recall this information and an easy way to study for the test. (Ex: in the Inuit/Housing box, students would draw a picture of an igloo).
AFTER you are done with this activity, a good independent practice to use is the Native Americans Matching Game.
This game is similar to Memory or Concentration. Students will work in groups of 2-3 to match the question card with the answer card. For example, these two cards would match up: Inuit Housing AND Ice Igloos.
This packet includes:
- Teacher notes to help you implement both activities
- A color-coded matching game that can be reproduced
- An interactive chart for students to illustrate the facts
Each sheet can easily be adapted to fit your specification and standards.
3 Pages total
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