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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

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