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Re: (Kindergarten- 2nd) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
05/01/2012
All Amercan Indians made Baskets:
Baskets were a big part of daily life in tribes across the country. All Indians made baskets. They made woven baskets out of the natural materials available to them.

05/08/2012
Native American Stories:
* The Animals Ballgame- A Cherokee Story
* The People with Five Fingers- A Native Californian Creation Tale

Vocabulary Words:
pueblo, tipi, canoe, pottery, bison

05/15/2012
Native American Clothing:
fur, beads, buckskin, sach, feathers, moccasins, arm bands, bear claw, blanket, leggings with strap to belt

05/17/2012
Native American Musical Instruments:
for as long the earth has been populated, people and music makers have been interrelated. The following are a few instruments Native Americans have used over the years- drums, rasps, bullroarer, flutes, rattles, snap sticks

05/22/2012
Native American Headbands:
headbands were typically used by a few tribes of the Northeast. Usually headbands consisted of a finger-woven or beaded deerskin strip wtih tribal designs on it


Re: (Kindergarten- 2nd) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
05/01/2012
All American Indians made baskets: Baskets were a big part of daily life in the tribes across the country. All Indians made baskets. They made woven baskets with the natural materials available to them

05/08/2012
Native American Stories
* The Animals Ballgame- A Cherokee Story
* The People with Five Fingers- A Native Californian Creation Tale

Vocabulary Words:
canoe, pottery, bison, wigwam, tipi, pueblo

05/15/2012
Native American Clothing:
fur, beads, buckskin, sach, feathers, moccasins, arm bands, bear claw, blanket, leggings with strap to belt

05/17/2012
Native American Musical Instruments:
for as long as the earth has been populated, people and music makers have been interrelated. The following are a few instruments Native Americans have used over the years- drums, rasps, bullroarer, flutes, rattles, snap sticks

05/22/2012
Native American Headbands:
headbands were typically used by a few tribes of the Northeast. Usually headbands consisted of a finger woven or beaded deerskin strip with tribal designs on it

Re: (Kindergarten- 2nd) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
05/01/2012
All American Indians made baskets: Baskets were a big part of daily life in tribes across the country. They made woven baskets out of the natural materials available to them

05/15/2012
Native American Clothing:
fur, beads, buckskin, sach, feathers, moccasins, arm bands, bear claw, blanket, leggings with straps to belt

05/17/2012
Native American Musical Instruments: For as long as the earth has been populated, people and music makes have been interrelated. The following are a few instruments Native Americans have used over the years- drums, rasps, bullroarer, flutes, rattles, snap sticks

05/22/2012
Native American Headbands:
Headbands were typically used by a few tribes of the Northeast. Usually headbands consisted of a finger woven or beaded deerskin strip with tribal designs on it
Re: (Kindergarten- 2nd) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
05/15/2012
Native American Clothing:
fur, beads, sach, feathers, moccassins, arm bands, bear claw, blanket, leggings with straps
to belt

05/17/2012
Native American Musical Instruments:
for as long as the earth has been populated, people and music makers have been interrelated.
The following are a few instruments Native Americans have used over the years- drums, rasps, bullroarer, flutes, rattles, snap sticks

05/22/2012
Native American Headbands:
headbands were typically used by a few tribes of the Northeast. Usually, headbands consisted of a finger woven or beaded deerskin strip with tribal designs on it
Re: (Kindergarten- 2nd) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
04-26-12
Sight Words
1. School is cool and so are you !
2. My cat scratched me!
3. I can run fast !


04-27-12

Native AMerican Tribes: Cherokee

Fill in the blanks with "is and "the" in the following sentences:

1. One of the largest tribes of Native Americans is the Cherokee.
2.The Cherokee moved in to the southeastern U.S., possibly as late as the 1500 from the North.

05-01-12
All American Indians made baskets:

Baskets were a big part of daily life in tribes across the country. They made woven baskets out of the natural materials available to them.

05-08-12

Thuderbird Shaoe Book

Native American Stories/Native American Vocabulary

The Animals Ballagame- A cherokee story
Coyote steak the blanket- ute tale.
D is for Drum- A Native American Alphabet.

Tipi Bison wigman bow arrow.

05-15-12
Native American Clothing
Fur
beads
buckskin
sach
feathers
moccasins
arm bands
bear claw
blanket
leggins with straps to belt.

05-17-12

Native Americans Musical Instruments
For as long as the warth has been populated, people and music makers have been interrelated. The following are a few instruments Native AMericans have used over the years.
Drums
Rasps
Bullroarer
Flutes
Rattles
Snap sticks

05-22-12
Native American Headbands
Headbands were typically used by a few tribes of the Northeast. usually, headbands consisted of a finger-woven or beaded deerskin strip with tribal designs on it.
Re: (Kindergarten- 2nd) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
5-08-12: Thunderbird Shape Book Page---reviewed Native American Stories and Native American Vocabulary that I read throughout the school year. ex.books: "The Animals' Ballgame- A Cherokee Story", "Coyote Steals the Blanket-A ute Tale, and "D is for Drum-A Native American Alphabet." ex.N.A. Vocabulary: Canoe, pueblo, and pottery.
Re: (Kindergarten- 2nd) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
05-01-12
All American Indians made baskets:

Baskets were a big part of daily life in tribes across the country. They made woven baskets out of the natural materials available to them.

05-08-12

Thuderbird Shaoe Book

Native American Stories/Native American Vocabulary

The Animals Ballagame- A cherokee story
Coyote steak the blanket- ute tale.
D is for Drum- A Native American Alphabet.

Tipi Bison wigman bow arrow.

05-15-12
Native American Clothing
Fur
beads
buckskin
sach
feathers
moccasins
arm bands
bear claw
blanket
leggins with straps to belt.
Re: (Kindergarten- 2nd) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
4-23-12: California Standards Test practice on Released Test Questions---English-Language Arts...
Re: (Kindergarten- 2nd) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
05-17-12

Native American Musical Intruments

For as Long as the earth has been populated, people and music makers have interrelated. The following are few instruments Native Americans have used over the years.

Drums
Rasps
Bullroarer
Flutes
Rattles
Snap Sticks

05-22-12

Native American Headbands
Headbands were typically used by a few tribes of the Northeast usually, headbands consisited of finger-woven or beaded deerskin strip with tribal designs on it.
Re: (Kindergarten- 2nd) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
05-17-12

Native American Musical Intruments

For as Long as the earth has been populated, people and music makers have interrelated. The following are few instruments Native Americans have used over the years.

Drums
Rasps
Bullroarer
Flutes
Rattles
Snap Sticks

05-22-12

Native American Headbands
Headbands were typically used by a few tribes of the Northeast usually, headbands consisited of finger-woven or beaded deerskin strip with tribal designs on it.

 

 

 

 

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