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Explore different cultures with this unit on Native Americans! Students will learn about the Inuit, Tlingit, Nez Perce, Maidu, Sioux, Navajo, Iroquois, and Seminole.
With Evan-Moor's History Pockets: Native A mericans, students create a pocket-folder in which they tuck fun reproducible activities, fact sheets, and/or worksheets that cover all the facts they've learned. Different types of activities, including minibooks and 3-D paper projects, are provided along with various helpful illustrations, maps, charts, and timelines. Evaluation sheets are given in the back of the book. Overview pages and step-by-step teacher instructions are also included; pockets will need to be constructed out of construction paper or similar sturdy material (not-included). 9 project-pockets. 96 classroom-reproducible pages, softcover. Answer key included. Grades 1-3.
Vendor: Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
History Pockets: Life in Plymouth Colony, Grades 1-3Evan-Moor Educational Publishers / Trade Paperback$12.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 5 Reviews
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SaraKansasAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great for Homeschool!April 13, 2012SaraKansasAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I used this for a 6, 7, and 8 year old. They really enjoyed it. Some of the writing projects were a little advanced for the youngest two but it was easily adapted for them. If your kids like art, they will love these. Each tribe included two art projects which were also educational. We talked about a different tribe a week until the book was finished. They learned so much more than they would have from a textbook. And after it was over, I was surprised at their retention of the information. The projects really helped them remember different things about each tribe. Even now, months after we have finished, they still bring up things about this book. Well worth the money. Very good for multiple grade level homeschooling. They enjoyed it enough they want to do the Colonial America one next year.
Becky Dvorak5 Stars Out Of 5August 19, 2010Becky DvorakWe really enjoyed this study of Native Americans. Our boys are Mayan and have a natural interest in different Indian cultures. This was a perfect fit for them! It's possitive, interesting and the projects were excellent.
Stacie Beard4 Stars Out Of 5September 2, 2009Stacie BeardGreat books, with lots of information about several Native American tribes. We are using this book along with Colonial America history pockets to enhance our American history study this year.