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In this activity, learners listen to a story and tell a story of their own as they learn about the importance of elders in Native American cultures.
This activity introduces learners to Native Americans as people who depended upon nature in the past and continue to emphasize the importance of nature in the present.
This activity encourages learners to focus on the natural environment of the Eastern Woodlands before the arrival of European settlers.
This is a culminating activity which allows learners to summarize what they know about Woodlands Native Americans by creating illustrations and map symbols for a large outline map (see related Activit
This activity attempts to clear up the common misconception that deserts are always hot, totally dry, and uninhabitable.
In this activity, learners examine ways that Native Americans of the Southwest express their relationship with nature through art.
In this activity, learners create handmade animal track stamps. Learners research animal tracks, draw the shapes on moleskin, and then stick the shapes onto blocks of wood to make stamps.
In this activity, learners compare the ways of life of Plains Native Americans who hunted and moved frequently to follow the buffalo herds, and Native Americans who farmed and lived in more permanent
In this activity, learners explore the Great Plains.
In this activity, learners use maps to locate the Northwest Coastal region.