Today 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?
We are fascinated with learning about so many different regions of the Native Americans as well as their proud past, fascinating hands-on activities and understanding their language.
I have divided out this page by learning category to make it easier for you to locate the kind of activity you are looking to do.
Check out my round up and I hope a few of these ideas spark a creative touch for you when it comes to learning about Native Americans.
Arts, Crafts and Activities
Dioramas. So cool.
Another unit study that would compliment this time period is to do a Colonial Unit Study and Lapbook over at Home School in the Woods which is one our favorite hands-on history programs.
Lapbooks & Notebooking Pages
Also, incorporating a living books approach to geography by Beautiful Feet brings learning about this time period alive. You’ll love this learning Geography through Literature approach when learning about Native Americans.
Taming the Frontier Grades 9 – 12
English Indian Encounters Grades 9 – 12
Pre-Columbian Cultures in the Americas Grades 4 – 6
Native Americans and World War 11 Grades 9 – 12
Not Just Another Native American Lesson Plan Grade 2
HOW TO EASILY BRING HISTORY ALIVE
Also, coloring is an easy way to bring any subject alive. You may love history coloring pages.
Here is what the 10 page download contains. I put a few key words to explain each picture on the page. This way you can use the coloring pages as title pages too.
Page 3: Native American on horseback,
Page 4: Lewis and Clark Trek,
Page 5: Lewis and Clark and The Piegan,
Page 6: Lewis and Clark Exploring Rivers,
Page 7: The Plains Indians,
Page 8: Pioneer Life,
Page 9: Moving West,
Page 10: Westward Ho,
Page 11: Settlers, and
Page 12: Fur Trappers and Mountainmen
Grab your fun copy below!
Native American Form to Write a Report
Several very helpful printables on this one page: Longleaf Pine Tree Usage by American Indians in Louisiana 53 pages, Heirloom Seeds Our Cultural Past 100 pages, American Indian Cultural Values, Famous American Indian Chiefs 1 page, How Tribes Get their Sovereignty 1 page, American Indian Heroes, A Cherokee Story and many more.
Read Kansas! Middle School – M-7 Indian Removal to the Great American Desert
Native American Picture Writing
Native American Sky LegendsGrades 3 -6
Native American Games
We Have A Story To Tell Native Peoples of the Chesapeake Region Grades 9-12
Native American Curriculum Guide K-12 From Nebraska State
Plains Indians Teacher Guide
Montessori Inspired Native American Unit Study
Native American Unit Study with a free notebooking page
Upper Elementary Native American Unit Study
Native Americans of the Northeast with printables
Jamestown Unit Study
You Tube, Media, Interactive
What do you think? I think I will keep adding to this growing list as I discover new gems for studying about Native Americans.
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