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100 Free Native American Resources. From arts & crafts to free printables to teaching guides...great resource for your unit study!

I have a round up of 100 free Native American resources. Well, do you really mind if it’s a wee bit more than 100? You'll love these AWESOME resources!

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LMN Tree: Celebrating Native American Heritage Month with Free Resources and Free Activities

November is American Native Heritage Month so let's celebrate their heritage and culture. Having spent 10 years in Alaska I was able to learn so much about the Alaska natives and even visit a Totem Pole village. I was fascinated with their myths and legends and how much they understood about taking care of the land and the animals. Did you know that many scientists believe that the first Americans traveled from Asia through the Bering Sea to Alaska before moving east and south more than…

O For Tuna Orff: Native American Songs and Music. Lots of great ideas, thoughts on teaching music from other cultures, resources for Native American music.

I'm teaming up with several fellow music teachers for "Fermata Friday", this is hosted by Elizabeth at Organized Chaos. Native Americans, First Americans, American Indian, whatever name you have chosen or feel is "correct", the music of America is incomplete without their cultural and historical inclusion. Did you know there are over 300 Native American culture groups in North America? Wow! For the longest time, I was hesitant to teach this music as I was fearful to teach something I didn't…

The first activity the Cub Scouts did at our Language & Culture station at Twilight Camp  was learn a Native American game.  This game was c...

The first activity the Cub Scouts did at our Language & Culture station at Twilight Camp was learn a Native American game. This game was common throughout tribes of the Southwest, with tribes in other parts of the continent playing a version as well. To play, you need six sticks and ten items to serve as counters. We used popsicle sticks and lima beans. Decorate one side of each stick, leaving the other side blank. Use the opportunity to show photos of ceremonial clothing and other…