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Who doesn't like an ABC book? Students used knowledge gained from study of the Native Americans (4th Grade GA GPS) to complete this ABC activity as a class or as a possible end of unit activity. Some letters have more than one option. Tribes included are the Inuit, Kwakiutl, Nez Perce, Hopi, Pawnee, and Seminole.

Native American Lesson Plans, Games, Interactives, Powerpoints, crafts, sites, EVERYTHING about indians!

An exciting and engaging unit on Native American Myths for grades 6-8! This multi-disciplinary unit can be taught in either ELA or Social Studies. Students read and analyze a variety of NA myths through close reading, scaffolded note-taking, and the use of graphic organizers. Then they write their own myth or legend!

love the idea of reusing brown paper grocery bags to create fake animal skin for a Native American lesson

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This book filled with great culturematic experiments: i.e., "Design something to sell on a street corner." Thx: Kevin Evers.

I use this book when teaching about Native American art - totem poles