Students can use these resources to research and understand Native American cultures.
Lesson Plans, Book Resources
This lesson helps continue the discussion of Willy and his grandfather, as well as the Rocky Mountain ranges of North America.
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Extension Activities, Book Resources
Mimicking characters from the book, have your class invent their own hand signals to communicate without words.
Ask students what they think happens next to little Willy, Grandfather, and Stone Fox.
Lesson Plans, Vocabulary Lists, Book Resources
Learn new words from the book by John Reynolds Gardiner.
After years of standing against the U.S. government, the great warrior and spiritual leader Geronimo's life is coming to an end, as his grandson...
Grades: PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8, 9–12
Books and resources on Native Americans and related topics.
Grades: PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8
These guidelines for teaching respect for native peoples are supplied by Oyate, an organization whose mission is to promote honest and accurate...
Articles, Activities and Games
Grades: 3–5, 6–8
Great websites for exploring those who pre-dated the Pilgrims: Vikings, Native Americans, and the English settlers of Jamestown
See a list of the ten largest Indian tribes in the U.S. today and use an interactive map to find tribes in your state.
Students focus on the theme of migration. They learn the variety of reasons why groups of people, and the Pueblo Indians of the American Southwest...
Discover some of the many contributions Native Americans have made to world cultures.
Grades: 6–8, 9–12
Provides information about Canyon de Chelly National Monument in northeastern Arizona and the Native American tribes who dwelled there.