Use yarn to sew through the holes and create a pocket. Indian Headbands Decorate a sentence strip with geometric shapes. Ten little Indian boys. If he guesses correct, he takes the pebble to do the same on his side. This idea came from a teacher on the Kinderkorner web ring: Ask each child to bring a feather to school or provide feathers for them.
Glue leaves, straw, bits of grass, or torn brown paper bags to cover the filter and finish the wigwam. Form two teams and appoint a leader for each one. Dye T-shirts light brown. All around the room were centers that had an art project and a sentence to write.
For younger children, they could count out unifix cubes as a visual connection to the number of points awarded for the moon and star symbols.
Canoes Cut two canoe shapes from a grocery bag or index paper. Have students color each shape a designated color and then count how many of each shape. Use empty papertowel centers and glue them to a base.
We taped them together and I supplied construction paper, markers and glue. Carefully select animals that have some meaning related to you or a family member. After we read the story we decorated a bag to resemble Native American pottery and filled it with paintbrushes.
They could go hunting by tossing bean bags at pop cans covered with pictures of real deer, rabbits, turkey and buffalo Thank you, National Geographic! It is currently a best seller on Teachers Pay Teachers!
Cut out the center of the plate.Native American History From famous Native Americans, like Sacagawea and Geronimo, to the first Thanksgiving, the Trail of Tears, crafts, traditions, and culture, these lesson plans, plays, folk tales, research tools, and art activities are perfect for your social studies program.
Look below for lessons, activities, and printables on Native American life and culture. Use these resources to teach students of all ages about the colonization of America from a different perspective. Native American Indians Teaching Theme Ideas, Activities, Crafts & More.
Your students will create their very own Native American kiddo and do a little writing! By A Cupcake for the Teacher; My students learned about picture writing and naming ceremonies.
I had them go home and come back with a name that their family decided best. Sep 14, · A pictograph is a picture that represents a word phrase, and are our earliest forms of writing. Native Americans wrote pictographs on rocks, cave walls, and buffalo hides to tell stories of battles and communicate important warnings and messages.
This activity will help your child read and write Native American pictographs, and better /5(30).
This Kindergarten Native American lesson plan is perfect approaching the Thanksgiving season. Includes circle time, creating Native American crafts, stories and songs.
Reading & Writing. Reading Worksheets. Reading Comprehension Gr. 1. Native American History and Culture. This page has printable crafts and worksheets for teaching young students about the history and culture of Native Americans. Craft Activities.
Tipi Craft (with Pattern Designs).Download