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Native American Picture Dictionary (Plan Book, Learning Activity, Lesson Plan)
Create a classroom dictionary of Native American words.
Grade: K-2, Subject: Science, Social Studies, Hobbies, Play, Recreation, Early Learning, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Biology and Life Science, Culture and Diversity, Cooking, Colors, Holidays, American History, Early Writing
Native American Similes (Writing) and Why Does Popcorn Pop? (Science) (Plan Book, Learning Activity, Lesson Plan)
Introduce similies as students think of three adjectives to describe themselves and create a name plate. Ask students why they think popcorn...
Grade: K-2, Subject: Reading, Science, Social Studies, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Language Arts, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Scientific Method and Process, Culture and Diversity, Holidays, Writing, American History
Native American Attire (Clip Art)
Build vocabulary with this labeled Native American while starting a discussion on Native American life.
Grade: Pre-K-2, Subject: Social Studies, Topic: American History
Native American Woman Attire (Clip Art)
This Thanksgiving, explore Native American way of life with this clip art illustrating Native American dress.
Grade: Pre-K-2
Native American Woman (Clip Art)
Explore pioneer life with this labeled image of a Native American woman.
Grade: Pre-K-2, Subject: Social Studies, Topic: American History
Native American Man Attire (Clip Art)
This Thanksgiving, explore the Native American way of life in the times of the Pilgrims. This fun clip art includes labels for Native American...
Grade: Pre-K-2
Native American Sachem (Clip Art)
This Thanksgiving, explore the Native American way of life with this illustration of a sachem.
Grade: Pre-K-2
My Native American Research Page (Worksheet)
Have your students pick a tribe and use the library, the internet, or other resources to answer these research questions.
Grade: 2-6
A Native American Welcome: Fluency-Building Play (Thanksgiving) (Play)
The Pilgrims left England and sailed to North America in 1620 because they wanted to start a new life. That first winter, though, they almost...
Grade: 2-3
State Report Project: Native American Trioramas (Learning Activity)
Creating trioramas about the first people who lived in your state will make your state???s history come alive for your students.
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Social Studies, Topic: Geography and Map Skills
Native Americans: Essential Questions for Social Studies (Worksheet)
The study of Native Americans is ideal for helping students deepen their understanding of the factors that cause a culture to emerge, grow, and...
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Social Studies, Professional Development, Topic: American History, Teacher Tips and Strategies
Sioux Life: Reading Nonfiction and Building Vocabulary (Worksheet)
Students read a nonfiction piece about the Sioux Native Americans and then work on developing vocabulary.
Grade: 1-3, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Social Studies, Topic: Vocabulary, American History
American Indian - Creative Writing (Worksheet)
Use these Native American symbols to create a story. Then have students share their stories with the class.
Grade: 2-6, Subject: Social Studies, Topic: Culture and Diversity
American Indian Heritage Day (Worksheet)
Celebrate American Indian Heritage Day on the fourth Friday in September, using this overview of various Native American tribes.
Grade: 2-6, Subject: Social Studies, Topic: Culture and Diversity
Iroquois Cutout
Use this cute Iroquois cutout in your lesson on Native American cultures.
Grade: 2-6, Subject: Social Studies, Topic: Culture and Diversity
Sioux Cutout
Use this cute cutout in classical Sioux costume to introduce your bulletin board or Native American lesson.
Grade: K-4, Subject: Social Studies, Topic: Culture and Diversity
Tribes of the West (Lesson Plan)
In this mini lesson, student learn about the Native Americans the pioneers would have encountered on their travels West.
Grade: 3-4, Subject: Social Studies, Topic: American History
Tribal Map (Worksheet)
Have your students use this map of Native American tribal locations to complete the word puzzle.
Grade: 1-4, Subject: Social Studies, Topic: Culture and Diversity
Hopi Pottery
This example of Hopi pottery can a colorful addition to your Native American heritage lesson.
Grade: K-4, Subject: Social Studies, Topic: Culture and Diversity
Native Peoples: Stationery (With or Without Lines) (Stationery, Classroom Organizer)
Begin a unit of study on Native Americans. Create a T-chart on this unlined stationery where students will list What I know and What I want to...
Grade: 3-7, Subject: Language Arts, Social Studies, Topic: Writing, American History
Turkey Time Activities (Learning Activity, Worksheet)
Learn about the importance of the turkey to the Native Americans and Pilgrims and how it received its name by reading this short non-fiction...
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Reading, Social Studies, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Content Area Reading, Culture and Diversity, Holidays, Seasonal Themes, Theme Days, Weeks, Months
Thanksgiving Finger Puppets: Patterns (Learning Activity, Cut and Paste)
Enhance already fun activities about Thanksgiving with these finger puppets.
Grade: Pre-K-4, Subject: Social Studies, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Culture and Diversity, Holidays, Seasonal Themes, Theme Days, Weeks, Months
Pilgrim and Indian Activities (Learning Activity)
Learn about and celebrate Thanksgiving with these 10 engaging Pilgrim and Indian activities.
Grade: 2-6, Subject: Social Studies, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Culture and Diversity, World History, Holidays, Seasonal Themes, Theme Days, Weeks, Months
Thanksgiving Characters: Patterns (Cut and Paste, Clip Art)
Enlarge these darling characters to decorate the classroom or a bulletin board in November.
Grade: Pre-K-6, Subject: Social Studies, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Culture and Diversity, Holidays, Seasonal Themes, Theme Days, Weeks, Months
November Bulletin Boards and More Part 2 (Teacher Organizer)
Decorate the classroom and bulletin boards in November with these creative ideas.
Grade: Pre-K-6, Subject: Social Studies, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Civics and Government, Culture and Diversity, Holidays, Seasonal Themes, Theme Days, Weeks, Months
Indian Chief: Pattern (Cut and Paste)
Keep track of students completed work by using this Indian Chief head and feathers.
Grade: K-3, Subject: Social Studies, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Culture and Diversity, Holidays, Seasonal Themes, Theme Days, Weeks, Months
Pilgrim and Indian Clothing: Activity (Cut and Paste)
Use these directions to create a Pilgrim's bonnet and hat or an Indian vest.
Grade: Pre-K-4, Subject: Social Studies, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Culture and Diversity, Holidays, Seasonal Themes, Theme Days, Weeks, Months
Thanksgiving Place Cards (Stationery)
Decorate a table for a Thanksgiving feast with these festive place cards.
Grade: Pre-K-6, Subject: Social Studies, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Culture and Diversity, Holidays, Seasonal Themes, Theme Days, Weeks, Months
The Pilgrim Story: Reference (Learning Activity)
Learn about the Pilgrims voyage to North America and how they survived the first winter by reading this non fiction text.
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Reading, Social Studies, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Content Area Reading, Culture and Diversity, World History, Holidays, Seasonal Themes, Theme Days, Weeks, Months
Harvest Time Math Story Mat (Plan Book, Learning Activity, Lesson Plan)
Use a harvest-themed math story mat to practice counting skills and follow directions.
Grade: K-2, Subject: Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Hobbies, Play, Recreation, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Early Learning, Topic: Listening and Speaking, Counting and Numbers, Biology and Life Science, Culture and Diversity, Cooking, Holidays, American History, Early Math
America's First People: Reading and Comparing/Contrasting (Test Prep, Worksheet)
Teach comparing and contrasting though reading an article on Native American tribes.
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Colonization: Pocahontas (c. 1595-1617): Between Two Worlds (Play, Readers Theater Script)
This play tells about Pocahontas, the Algonquian daughter of Chief Powhatan who acted as a skillful negotiator between her father and the English...
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Reading, Social Studies, Topic: Content Area Reading, Reading Fluency, American History, Culture and Diversity, Women's History and Experience, Individuals, Groups, Institutions
Squanto (November/Thanksgiving): Famous American of the Month (Worksheet)
This Native American's tale is told in through a catchy, rhyming poem paired with a short, read-aloud biography. Includes tips and activity...
Grade: K-2, Subject: Social Studies, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: American History, Holidays, Seasonal Themes
The Man Who Knew No Fear: Fluency-Building Practice Pages (Worksheet)
This multi-page fluency lesson covers the following: reading with expression, reading for meaning, extending what you know through a reader's theater.
Grade: Grade 5, Subject: Language Arts, Social Studies, Topic: Vocabulary, Writing, Grammar and Punctuation, Culture and Diversity
American Revolution: Nancy Ward (C. 1738-1824): Nanyehi, Beloved Woman (Play, Readers Theater Script)
Nanyehi (later known as Nancy Ward) was a Cherokee Indian woman who advocated trying to live peacefully with white settlers who were moving into...
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Reading, Social Studies, Topic: Content Area Reading, Reading Fluency, American History, Civics and Government, Culture and Diversity, Wars and Military, Women's History and Experience, Human Rights, Individuals, Groups, Institutions
Context Clues: More Adjectives to Know (Practice Pages) (Learning Activity, Word List, Worksheet)
Help children build their vocabulary and grammar skills. Students will be able to learn parts of speech and identify them using context clues...
Grade: 4-6, Subject: Language Arts, Reading, Social Studies, Topic: Vocabulary, Word Recognition, American History
The Cherokee Trail of Tears: Internet Scavenger-Hunt Question Cards (Social Studies) (Learning Activity)
Build internet research skills by having students find the answers to 3 questions about the Cherokee Trail of Tears. A challenge question and...
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Language Arts, Social Studies, Technology, Topic: Research Skills, American History, Communication and the Internet, Computers
Totem Poles: An Exploration: Internet Scavenger-Hunt Question Cards (Social Studies) (Learning Activity)
Build internet research skills by having students find the answers to 3 questions about totem poles. A challenge question and website are included.
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Language Arts, Social Studies, Technology, Topic: Research Skills, American History, Communication and the Internet, Computers
Literacy-Building Booklet: Jim Thorpe (Worksheet)
An engaging reproducible mini-book that teaches about Jim Thorpe and develops concepts of print, vocabulary, comprehension, and more!
Grade: K-1, Subject: Reading, Social Studies, Sports, Topic: Content Area Reading, American History
Sacagawea: Nonfiction Passage & Crossword Puzzle (Worksheet)
Sacagawea was a Shoshone Indian who accompanied the Corps of Discovery (Lewis and Clark) on their great expedition!
Grade: 3-6, Subject: Reading, Social Studies, Topic: Content Area Reading, Reading Comprehension, American History, Women's History and Experience
Towering Tribute - Crazy Horse Monument: Fluency-Building Practice Pages (Worksheet)
This multi-page fluency lesson covers the following: building context and vocabulary, reading the story, thinking about what you read.
Grade: Grade 4, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Social Studies, Arts and Creativity, Topic: Content Area Reading, Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, Culture and Diversity, Visual Arts
November: Building-Skills-at-Home Activities Calendar (Plan Book, Learning Activity, Lesson Plan)
Use this November Activity Calendar to help plan seasonal activities for the month. Activities include a shape scavenger hunt, weather drawings...
Grade: K-2, Subject: Language Arts, Math, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Arts and Creativity, Early Learning, Reading, Social Studies, Topic: Literature Appreciation, Vocabulary, Algebra, Counting and Numbers, Geometry, Time and Measurement, Holidays, Performing Arts, Songs and Rhymes, American History, Early Writing
The Navajo Code Talkers (Historical Nonfiction): Differentiated Comprehension Activity - Grades 4-6 (Worksheet)
Students read an informational article about a group of American patriots during World War II! Includes step-by-steps for 3 levels of differentiated..
Grade: 4-6, Subject: Reading, Social Studies, Professional Development, Topic: Content Area Reading, Reading Comprehension, American History, Teacher Tips and Strategies
I Love Division: One-Digit Quotients-No Remainders (Worksheet, Assessment Form)
Help children increase their division skills with 1 digit quotients with no remainders to increase their accuracy and their math fluency.
Grade: 3-4, Subject: Math, Topic: Math Fluency and Intervention, Multiplication and Division
Compound Words With Brain, Head, Heart, and Foot (Practice Exercises) (Learning Activity, Word List, Worksheet)
Help children build their vocabulary and grammar skills. Students will be able to learn parts of speech and identify them using context clues...
Grade: 3-6, Subject: Language Arts, Reading, Social Studies, Hobbies, Play, Recreation, Topic: Journalism, Vocabulary, Word Recognition, American History, Geography and Map Skills, Outdoor Activities and Recreation
Class Meeting Powwows; Pop, Pop, Popcorn! Movement Activity; and Build a Wetu Activity (November) (Plan Book, Learning Activity, Lesson Plan)
Rename your November class meetings powwows. Practice the popcorn themed action rhyme. Build a wetu from brown paper bags and a card table
Grade: K-2, Subject: Science, Arts and Creativity, Hobbies, Play, Recreation, Early Learning, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Biology and Life Science, Visual Arts, Cooking, Early Social Skills, Holidays, Songs and Rhymes
Ear of Corn (Clip Art)
Colorful picture that can be used to enhance bulletin boards, worksheet pages, and journals. Use with word lists to support meaning.
Grade: Pre-K-5, Subject: Science, Topic: Biology and Life Science
A-Book-a-Day Calendar and Prop-Up-a-Good-Book Display Tip (Classroom Environment) (Plan Book, Learning Activity, Lesson Plan)
Create a flip chart style calendar with daily clues about the day's read aloud book. Attach small props to books to liven up your classroom library.
Grade: K-2, Subject: Language Arts, Math, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Reading, Topic: Literature Appreciation, Counting and Numbers, Time and Measurement, Holidays, Reading Support

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