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My students LOVED this Native American Diorama Research Project! Students learn about a Native American tribe and then decorate a shoe box diorama based on what they learn!

Native American Project: Decorate a Shoebox Diorama: Perfect for ANY Tribe

My students LOVED this Native American Diorama Research Project! Students learn about a Native American tribe and then decorate a shoe box diorama based on what they learn!

This is a terrific set of printables and activities to support your Native American Heritage Month activities.  Color a Totem Pole or create a Totem Cube Totem Pole with a Thunderbird Cube.  Create an amazing Native American diorama with printable versions of a wigwam/teepee, canoe and small Totem Pole or use the blank templates for your more creative students to make their own!

Native American Activity Pack Totem Pole, Totem Cubes, Diorama Printables

This is a terrific set of printables and activities to support your Native American Heritage Month activities. Color a Totem Pole or create a Totem Cube Totem Pole with a Thunderbird Cube. Create an amazing Native American diorama with printable versions of a wigwam/teepee, canoe and small Totem Pole or use the blank templates for your more creative students to make their own!

My daughter's Native American Diorama - I love how the sparkly water paper came out!

My daughter's Native American Diorama - I love how the sparkly water paper came out!

Calling all Georgia 4th grade teachers!  This project is for you (and others, of course).  This Native American diorama project is all you need to send home with students.  It focuses on the six regions/tribes that we cover in Georgia (or more specifically, Gwinnett county AKS)..Arctic (Inuit), Plains (Pawnee), Southeast (Seminole), Southwest (Hopi), Northwest (Kwakiutl, and Plateau (Nez Perce).  Students must follow the guidelines to include representations of the land, housing, food, and…

Native American Diorama Project

Calling all Georgia 4th grade teachers! This project is for you (and others, of course). This Native American diorama project is all you need to send home with students. It focuses on the six regions/tribes that we cover in Georgia (or more specifically, Gwinnett county AKS)..Arctic (Inuit), Plains (Pawnee), Southeast (Seminole), Southwest (Hopi), Northwest (Kwakiutl, and Plateau (Nez Perce). Students must follow the guidelines to include representations of the land, housing, food, and…

Diorama showing a Chumash Indian mother and baby. The Chumash people are one of many Native American tribes that once dominated what is now the USA. Located in modern day Santa Barbara, California, between the coast and the Santa Ynez Mountain range, the Chumash called themselves "the first people". Scholars have determined the Chumash resided in this region for at least 11,000-13,000 years, thriving due to their proximity to the sea and the fertility of the land.

Diorama showing a Chumash Indian mother and baby. The Chumash people are one of many Native American tribes that once dominated what is now the USA. Located in modern day Santa Barbara, California, between the coast and the Santa Ynez Mountain range, the Chumash called themselves "the first people". Scholars have determined the Chumash resided in this region for at least 11,000-13,000 years, thriving due to their proximity to the sea and the fertility of the land.

Check out this native American tepee diorama Melinda helped her kids make for a school project.

Native American Tepee Diorama

Check out this native American tepee diorama Melinda helped her kids make for a school project.

Native American Tepee Diorama

Native American Tepee Diorama

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