: Studying Native American tribes? Your students will have fun with these Native American research posters..... Kwakiutl, Nez Perce, Hopi, Pawnee, Seminole, and Inuit.
If you teach 4th grade in Georgia, then you may find this book helpful to use with your students when introducing or reviewing the 6 tribes they are required to know based on the Georgia Performance Standards for Social Studies.
Although these tribes are specific to GA, I have listed this book for grades 3-5 because that may not be the case for other states. As I mention below, I have also included a sheet that can be used with any tribe. Please use your best judgement when deciding if this pack will work for you. :-)
If you have taught these standards before then you know it is a lot of information for kids to remember. I might also suggest that if you have already covered this standard then you might like to make the book with your students before the end of the year testing. :-) It will be a fun way to review.
In order to fill in the information, you can have kids fill it in while you write the information on the board, sort of like note taking. You could have them research it by using books from the library. If you are using this as a review, you could have the kids look back over notes in their social studies journal in order to fill in the information. Be creative and use it however you would like.
This book includes:
**Cover page for the book
**Close reading passage (this passage is also sold separately in a smaller version for interactive notebooks)
**Teacher questions for discussion when reading the passage
**6 separate pages with themed black line graphics to represent each culture
**Sheet to use with any tribe....I have also included a blank tribe sheet where you can write in the tribes you study. There are no tribe images on this sheet.
On each poster, students will fill in the following:
**Natural resources found
**Uses for natural resources
**Describe the location of tribe
**Tell about clothing, houses, and climate
**Area to write other facts
**A US map is on each page for students to mark where the tribes were located
Click on the preview above to open the thumbnail and get a closer look.
TIP: The pages are made with a white line down the left side, as I made them to copy on the front and then staple in that area. If you need to copy on the front and back, then you may want to just cut off that strip before running through the copy machine.
For other creative lesson ideas, click on 'elementary lesson plans' by my picture above.
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