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Creative and fun activity where students create their own scrapbook of the tribes you are studying about.
Students can pretend to travel back in time to visit each tribe. Along the way, they've 'snapped some photos' of these groups. Students will cut out captions (provided in this packet) that include four facts on each tribe. They will create 'photographs' that show each of those facts and glue the caption under them.
The current tribes used are Inuit, Kwakiutl, Sioux, Iroquois, and Pueblo, but they can be changed to match the tribes you teach. The facts include their housing, food, clothing, and location.
Bonus: A fun variation is to allow students to use scraps of paper and fancy scissors to decorate their pages. You can also bind all the pages together to create a class 'photo' album.
This packet includes:
- Teacher notes to help you implement this fun activity
- Five scrapbook pages- one for each tribe.
- A captions page for students to cut out.
Each sheet can easily be adapted to fit your units specific facts and standards.
7 Pages total
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