Note: I know for some people this is a very personal subject. We have done our best to represent a historically accurate account of life for Native Americans. We also discussed the influence of the white settlers along with life today for those with Native American roots. But the emphasis is on the historical part when the settlers first arrived.
I do not claim to be an expert in Native American culture and I know we have had to simplify many aspects of their culture and beliefs to fit with teaching this to elementary age kids. If you do not “like” our unit for whatever reason, I’m sorry. Any harsh comments will be deleted, but I welcome constructive feedback!
Native Americans #5
This week we talked about the Seminole tribe from Florida. There homes were so different and unique from others I didn’t want to miss learning about them. We spent the rest of the time doing our review worksheets and using what we learned to do some creative writing.
Books to Read on the Woodland Tribes of North America
We colored Ditalini pasta (here are directions). Then we strung them on some off white thread to make Seminole necklaces. I think the colors looked super authentic and all my kids from 3 to 9 had fun participating!
Our Complete Native American Unit
- Native American – Woodland Tribes
- Native American – Plains Tribes
- Native American – Southwest Tribes
- Native Americans – Pacific Northwest
- Native American – Seminole and REVIEW
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