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Links 1 through 10 of 113 by Christy Keeler tagged Native_American_Housing

This link will take you to a detailed lesson plan from the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian. This lesson plan includes the history, culture and perspective of the Native American Haudenosaunee.

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This is great for students in grades 3-5 because it focuses on the Native Americans in North America. It includes pictures and illustrations of housing, the land, leaders, food, etc. Its interactive too, so the kids can use it for research projects.

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This is a resource website of the Carnegie library. Features books, videos, and websites related to Native Americans. Provides a variety of resources for teachers and students to use.

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This site acts as a comprehensive index to primary sources and other resources about Native Americans. Section headings include: primary documents, comprehensive and general sites, legislation/issues/agencies, timelines, maps, flags, language/writing, housing, tribal areas, art, beliefs, etc.

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This webquest is designed for 5th grade students to discover more about the First Americans in order to help them answer the question "Who were the Native Americans?"

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This website offers a wide array of information and student activities related to many Native American cultures. It has various activities for students as well.

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A great resource for students to learn all about Native Americans. They can search the site to learn about their villages, families, houses, friends, and much more! It is written in student-friendly language, so it is easy for kids to use and understand.

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There are multiple Native American tribes that share the passions, customs and lifestyles of the First Peoples so that readers may understand what it was like to live in the early days. These tribes include: Anasazi, Catawba, Cheyenne, Chumash, Crow, Gros Ventre, Lenni-Lenape, Lumbee, Moche of Peru, Taino, and the Yahgan.

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