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Totem Pole Maker    (Make your own totem pole online. A great resource for Native American Symbolism.)

Totem Pole Maker (Make your own totem pole online. A great resource for Native American Symbolism.

Introduce your students to Ancient Egypt with these vibrant reading resources - available in 3 reading levels! Sign Up to get Started FREE. No credit card needed.

Introduce your students to Ancient Egypt with these vibrant reading resources - available in 3 reading levels! Sign Up to get Started FREE. No credit card needed.

FREE printable totem pole craft for kids studying Native Americans

Native Americans - A hands on history unit of North American Indians from the Pacific Northwest. Includes printable mini book, tribe comparison, and making a totem pole for kids.

Native American totem poles are some of the most fascinating works of art you will ever find. The animals and beings carved into the poles represent history, fable, and legend. We know you're a legendary person, too...if you were to be enshrined on one of these poles, which animal would represent you? What is your totem animal?

What Is Your Totem Animal?You got: The Owl You are a wise one, with an old soul, and have knowledge well beyond your years. Just remember that you need to heed your own advice!

This poster of Indian symbols would be great to use with a Native American writing activity. Students could use the symbols to write a message.

This poster of Indian symbols would be great to use with a Native American writing activity. Students could use the symbols to write a message. by caitlin

Creating a History Timeline Notebook using Elmer's Painters Markers. Fun and educational idea!

Creating a History Timeline Notebook to help organize events and people in chronological order. Gives students a chance to be creative and actually touch history!

Webster's Dictionary defines a totem as: "A natural object, usually an animal that serves as a distinctive, often venerated emblem or symbol, usually a means of personal or spiritual identity."

Webster's Dictionary defines a totem as: "A natural object, usually an animal that serves as a distinctive, often venerated emblem or symbol, usually a means of personal or spiritual identity.

Worksheets: Native American Beliefs: Animal Guides

Native American Beliefs: Animal Guides

Spark your child's interest in Native American beliefs and traditions by teaching him about animal spirit guides with help from this worksheet.

Totem poles and lifestyle of Northwest Native Americans

Totem poles and lifestyle of Northwest Native Americans

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FREE webquest for the Canadian Fur Trade - 2 pages, grades 4-6 (junior social studies)

FREE webquest for the Canadian Fur Trade - 2 pages, grades (junior social studies)

First graders made these adorable pattern owls in two 55 minute art classes. We read The Little White Owl and Owl Moon for inspiration and spent the first day thinking of line designs and sketching. The second day, we used oil pastel and watercolor paints to finish. The results were so bright and colorful!

First graders made these adorable pattern owls in two 55 minute art classes. We read The Little White Owl and Owl Moon for inspiration a.

This is another video from Scholastic showing the children what life in the Pilgrim village was like.  (Great segment for comparing and contrasting... fits well with "long ago and today.")  The First Thanksgiving: Virtual Field Trips, Videos, and Slideshow

A Scholastic video showing the children what life in the Pilgrim village was like. (Great segment for comparing and contrasting. fits well with "long ago and today.") The First Thanksgiving: Virtual Field Trips, Videos, and Slideshow

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