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I highly recommend visiting the

National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC

Teacher Notes

I always started by teaching my students about

the Native Americans who

lived in the area that the school was located.

The students used to enjoy making Native American villages by constructing totems, crafts, doing sand paintings, and homes (teepees, hogans, longhouses, wigwams, wickiups, chickees, etc.).

 Seminole

 

 Wampanoag

 


First Nations Development Institute


Native American Food

American Indian Health

 Photographs by Cybrary Man

National American Indian Heritage Month

American Indian Heritage Month

Native American Video Resources

Native American Glossary

Native American Words

Index of Native American Resources on the Internet

Native Web

The Indian Headress is unique to each tribe

American Indian Studies

Native Village

Official Site of the Navajo Code Talkers

Center for the Study of the First Americans (CFSA)

Native American Indian Legends A-B


Native American Totems and Their Meanings

Totem Pole Craft

Navajo Sand Painting

Sand Painting - Multicultural Art

Navajo Sand Painting

Navajo Sand Paintings Social Studies Lesson Plan