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Rebecca Lowe saved to blackfoot Indians
November is Native American Heritage Month, a time to recognize and honor our Native Americans, our Indigenous People. Many Native Americans live in each of our states. There are 574 federally recognized tribes, like the Cherokee, Sioux, Apache Navajo, and Creek. Ohio is home to several tribes: Shawnee, Iroquois, Wyandot, Chippewa, Ottawa, Delaware, Miamis, and […]
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November is Native American Heritage Month. Grab this FREE trilingual #printable, in English, French and Spanish!
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A list of Native American folktales and picture books for kids written by Native authors including pourquois tales, legends and stories.
Michele Brown saved to books
Native American Heritage Month is in November. We have teaching resources on history of Native Americans (American Indians history) and present-day Native American cultures. Get Native American lesson plans, American Indian arts and crafts including totem pole craft ideas and more. Perfect for November Teaching Resources for Thanksgiving, too!
Vicki Tillman saved to Native American Studies
Back in the summer, my American Heritage Girls co-coordinator and I decided it would be a brilliant idea to make lapbooks this year for all the new members. The first award that a new girl gets is called her Joining Award, and there are about 10 different requirements necessary to earn the award. We talk about all of them during troop meetings, but we thought it would be awesome for them to have a hands-on tool for learning and as a keepsake item. So for the last month, we've been mulling…
Sarah Small saved to Homeschooling
A tipi (also commonly spelled “teepee”) is the ingenious shelter traditionally used by indigenous people of the North American Great Plains and Canadian Prairies. Native Americans made the tall, conical shelters from animal skins stitched together then draped over very long lodge poles, set vertically, leaning to a central point. A tipi has a smoke hole at the top, so that campfires can burn inside, and an animal-skin flap opening. Although many non-native people have associated the tipi…
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Trail of Tears: A Native American Documentary Collection (DVD)
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