Take your students deeper into the history and culture of the Iroquois, Sauk and Fox, Cherokee, and Seminole people with this history unit. Each culture is explored and illustrated. Students can learn about their ways of life, food, clothing, daily chores, and more, as well as the history of the people. A brief look at other tribes of the Northeast and Southeast regions is also included. A concluding activity challenges students to design a piece of clothing that is functional and looks nice, as they have learned the tribes studied did.
Ten review questions test reading comprehension of the material studied. An answer key is included. The unit is in black and white, however, as a bonus, nine full-color pages are also included to show students the artistry and environment of the tribes. These pages are optional and do not need to be printed. They can be displayed on a computer or other device. If working with multiple students, printing and laminating the pages is also an option so that they can be passed between students. 41 pages total. Ages 8-13.
Also works great with A Detective’s Guide to American History: 1800 to 1900!
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