Native American Folktales for Kids - Written By Native Authors
A list of Native American folktales and picture books for kids written by Native authors including pourquois tales, legends and stories.
How to Make a Dream Catcher | eHow.com
Originated by Native American cultures, the dreamcatcher was traditionally made from a bent piece of willow formed into a ring to symbolize the earth and moon. Several legends surround how the dreamcatcher was created, but most agree the woven web would catch good dreams.
Second Grade Art Lesson 7 | Looking at Totem Poles Part 2 Completing our Totem Poles
The students will complete the totem poles they designed in the last lesson. This will provide them with a full circle experience of researching a topic (totem poles), careful observation exercise through drawing, planning a unique design of their own and completing the plan.
How to Draw a Totem Pole
We've been learning about the art of totem poles carved by the people of The Haida Nation. The Haida are an indigenous nation of the Pacific Northwest Coast and their main home is Haida Gwaii, an archipelago off the coast of British Columbia. Totem poles from this region were usually made from weste
Polar Bear Landscape Art Project
Free photo tutorial to make this stunning polar bear art project for kids. Great for an artist study on Ted Harisson, or use with your Inuit or Arctic studies. Children
Native American Crafts and Activities for Kids - Simply Today LIfe
These Native American Crafts and Activities for Kids are perfect for November. Kids can create fun Native American crafts to learn.
Northern Lights With Watercolors – The Pinterested Parent
Spread the love This week our family & I are heading to Iceland for vacation. My husband & I have been before & love it there. We are excited to take our daughter to see…Continue Reading…
Métis Art Painting Project
This simple painting lesson uses Leah Dorian's book The Giving Tree: A Retelling of a Métis Traditional Story and can easily connect to your Social Studies teachings about the Métis people of Canada. Students create a painting based on the style and theme of the book. This product includes:a comple...
Respecting First Nations, Metis and Inuit Cultures in the Classroom
Chocolate Covered Classroom Creations *Upper Elementary *Canadian *French as a Second Language *Guided Math *The Daily 5 *Project Based Learning.
PInternet ideas for Canada
Each of my tables could their own group totem pole for our Canadian symbols unit. Each person in the group coudl choose its own animal.