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I did something awesome today. I made christmas ornaments, I drew a santa and a christmas tree in my globe. In the computer lab I did math flashcards in muliplication. I was able to do 26 problems in ten minutes. Also I used the dictionary to find the definition of "half" for my english worksheet.

By Isaiah Valenzuela - Grade 3 on   12/6/2011 5:24 PM
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9/27/11: This summer I went to the beach. I went swimming in the cool, blue ocean. I also played with the warm sand. I had a fun time playing volleyball. This is what I did this summer.

10/20/11: If I found a secret door it would lead to a candy land with chocolate rivers, gummy worms, and chocolate bunnies. This is what you would see if you opened a secret door. I would be very happy.

10/24/11: I would want a pet hamster because they are really cute and I could hold hiim in my hands and take pictures.

12/01/11: My favorite part of the story was when the bear snuggled the little kid.

12/06/11: Tradition: handing down beliefs and customs from older people to younger generations.

The meaning of Christmas is to celebrate Jesus' Birthday.

By Angelique Santillanes - Grade 4 on   12/7/2011 3:45 PM
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9/27/11 : This summer i went to the beach. I went suffing and swimming in the water. I went underwater and play volleyball. I ate soup , sandwich, grapes , apples , and ice cream. That was my favorite day ever.

9/27/11: No mads people who move from place to place. Plains indians lived in the great plains of the us and canada. Travois used to carry goods.

9/29/11: Wigwam an oual shape home for one family. Long rectanle home for many families. How do you make a clay pot ? First you dig the clay out. Then, you shape it. When it was dry, they will bake it in the fire.

11/13/11: What are one steps to planting the three sisters? First you plant the seeds. Next you water them last you need the sun for them to grow.

10/18/11: If i found a secret poor it would lead me to a chocolate word with food drinks sweet ice cream word , smoothie word , mermaids word. I ate and had lots , lots , lots , lots , lots , and lots of fun.

11/3/11: Ancestors - people that lived long before corret the sentence. I will drink some hot chocolate.

12/1/11: Tribe - a group of people living together under a leader.

10/27/11: For halloween I dress up as a vampire cat. We go trick or teating. You can get candy or scare someone.

10/20/11: If i had a pet dinosaur i would play catch with him would take him for walks. I would feed him huge bones with meat on them. This is what i would do if i had a pet dinosaur.

By Yuli Ward Grade 3 on   12/7/2011 4:52 PM
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0/27/11: This summer i went the the mall.I picked up clothes . I ate ice cream. I played in the playground. This is what i did this summer.

09/29/11: I would like to live in a longhouse because it is big and I can play inside.

10/27/11: On halloween i dressed up as a vampire. i liked it because you could say boo and get candys or you could scare some one.

11/01/11: favorite candy is Reeses because it is delicious, chocolatey, sweet, and melty.

11/03/11: If I had a pet dinosaur I would play catch with him. I would take him for walks. I would feed him huge bones. This is what I would do if I had a pet dinosaur.

11/17/11: I am thankful for my mom and dad. I am thankful for my home.

11/29/11: My Favorite part of Good Luck Cat is when Woogie falls down a tree and lands on her head.

12/01/11: My favorite part of Thanks to the Animals is when the bald eagle came.

12/06/11: The meaning of Christmas is to celebrate Jesus's Birthday and to gather with our family.

By Jorge Arellano- 3rd Grade on   12/7/2011 5:29 PM
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9/29/11: I would live in a long house because it has bigger space and more families could fit in there.
1. Wigwam- an oval shape home for one family.
2. Long House- a long rectangle home for many families.

10/06/11: How do you make a clay pot? First, you dig clay. Then, you shape it. Finally, when it dries you bake it.
Clay pots- use by people who didn't move around much.
Hunters- people who hunt animals.

10/11/11: What are some steps to planting the three sisters? First, you plant the seeds. Then, you water the seeds. Next, you wait till it grows. The sunlight and air helps it to grow.

10/13/11: In "The Earth Turtle" what did the evil brother and good brother make? The evil brother made a dangerous animals such as wolves, bears, and snakes. The good brother made ducks, geese, partridges.
Today I read "The Earth Turtle" and I also drew the Earth Turtle.

10/27/11: Today I read about a water beetle that made land. I also completed a work sheet about the water beetle.

10/29/11: What do you do on Halloween? I dress up in my costume. My tribe has a celebration in our gym.

11/03/11: Ancestors- people that lived long before.
I would want a pet hamster because they're adorable and they are playful. Also they are small enough to take them anywhere.
My favorite part of "Racoon's Last Race" is when the ants put Azban together.

11/10/11: Culture- a group's way of life that includes language, clothing, food, and religion.
Homophones- Words that sound the same but have different meanings and spellings.
1. Blew and Blue
2.Ate and Eight
3. Ant and Aunt.

Simile- Makes a comparison between two things that are not alike; using "Like" or "As."
Ex. Her hair is like gold. As clear as a bell.

11/17/11: I am thankful for my clothes and my home because they're helpful. I am also thankful for my family and my shoes.

11/29/11: My favorite part of "The Good Luck Cat" is when the found Woogie.

12/01/11: My favorite part of "Thanks to the Animals" is when the baby was crying and the animals kept him warm.

12/06/11: The meaning of Christmas is to celebrate Jesus birthday and to gather with family.


By Yolanda Fox - Grade 5 on   12/7/2011 5:31 PM
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9/27/11: This summer I went to the beach. I went swimming in the blue ocean. I played volleyball with my friends. I also went surfing. This is what I did this summer.
Plains Vocabulary: 1. nomads- people who moved from place to place. 2. Plains Indians- lived in the great plains of the US and Canada.

9/29/11: Vocabulary: 1. Wig-Wom- an oval shaped home for one big family. 2. Longhouse- a long rectangle shaped home for families. Journal: I would like to live in a Wig-Wam because it looks nice.

10/4/11: How do you make a clay pot? You dig up the clay. Then you shape it. Finally, when it dries, you bake it in the fire. Vocab: 1. Clay pots- used by people who didn't move around very much. 2. Hunters- people who hunt animals.

10/18/11: If I found a secret door it would lead to a world with red ninjas. They'd have swords to play with.

10/25/11: Daily sentences: 1. Are you going to play soccer for our team? 2. I want to play goalie. Vocab: 1. Teepee- a plains indian home made of poles covered with animal hides.

11/3/11: Vocab: 1.Ancestors- people that lived long ago. Correct Sentences: 1. I will drink some hot chocolate.
Response: If I had a pet dinosaur I would play catch with him. I would take him for walks. I would feed him huge bones. This is what I would do if I had a pet dinosaur.

11/10/11: Vocab: 1. Culture- a groups way of lief that includes language, clothing, food, and religion. 2. Homophones- words that sound the same but have different meanings and spellings.

11/17/11: I am thankful for my mom and dad, and for my home.

12/1/11: Tride- agroup of people living together as one.

12/6/11: Traditions- handing down beliefs and customs from older people to younger people.
The meaing of Christmas is to celebrate Jesus' birthday and to gather with family.

By Isaiah Valenzuela - Grade 3 on   12/8/2011 2:02 PM
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11/1/11: My favorite candies are Reeses, M & M's, lollipops, Baby Ruths and Ring Pops. Reseses are delicious. M & M's are chocolatey. Lollipops are sweet. Baby Ruths taste good. Ring Pops melt in your mouth.

11/17/11: I am thankful for my home. I am also thankful for my games.

12/13/11: Today I made luminaries.

By Christian Mirelez- Grade 3 on   12/14/2011 3:09 PM
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10/13/11: Today we read the "Earth Turtle." What did the evil brother and the good brother make? They have made a huge connection with the animals. The confused them. The evil brother made the wolfs, bears, toads, and snakes. The good brother made geese, deer, turtles, and rabbits.

Vocabulary:
Canoe- a boat made out of a hallowed out log.

10/24/11: I would want a pet shark because they are very fast and very cool.

10/27/11: What do you do on Halloween? Me and my family celebrate Halloween together.

By Gabriel Mirelez- Grade 4 on   12/14/2011 3:24 PM
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9/27/11: This Summer I went to the beach.

9/29/11:
Vocabulary:
Wigwam- an oval shape home for one family.
Long house- a long rectangle home for many families.

10/4/11: How do you make a clay pot? First you dig the clay. Then you shape it. Finally when it dries you bake it in the fire.

Vocabulary:
Clay Pots- used by people who didn't move around much.
Hunters- people who hunt animals.

11/03/11:
Vocabulary:
Ancestors- people that lived long before.

By Isaiah Mirelez- Grade 3 on   12/14/2011 3:30 PM
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09/27/11: This Summer I went to play basketball. I went swimming in the blue ocean. I played volleyball with my friends. I also went surfing. This is what I did this Summer.

09/29/11: Today I learned about the Woodland Indians.

Vocabulary:
Wigwam- an oval shape home for one family.
Long house- a long rectangle home for many families.
Clay pots- used by people who didn't move around much.
Hunters- people who hunt animals.

10/04/11: How do you make a clay pot? First you dig the clay. Then you shape it. Finally when it dries you bake it in the fire.

10/13/11: Today I learned about the Three Sisters (Beans, Corn, and Squash). What are some steps to planting the three sisters? First you plant the seeds. Second you water them. Finally you need the sun for them to grow.

10/18/11: If I found a secret door it would lead to a world with ninjas and ninjas who fight people and die.

10/27/11: What do you do on Halloween? For Halloween I dress up as a vampire and go trick or treating. On Halloween you can scare people and get candy.

11/01/11:
Vocabulary:
Teepee- a plains home made of poles covered with animal hides.

11/03/11:
Vocabulary:
Ancestors- people who lived long before.

If I had a pet dinosaur I would play catch with him.

11/29/11:
Vocabulary:
Clan- a group of relatives who share the same ancestor.

12/06/11:
Vocabulary:
Tradition- handing beliefs and customs down from older people to younger people.

12/08/11: A mandala is a sacred circle that represents protection, good luck, and wholeness.

12/13/11: Today I made a luminary.

Vocabulary:
Customs- the way a group of people do things.

By Nick Morreo- Grade 3 on   12/14/2011 3:49 PM
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09/27/11: This Summer I went to the beach. I went swimming in the blue ocean. I played volleyball with my friends. I also went surfing. This is what I did this Summer.

Plains Vocabulary:
Nomads- people who moved from place to place. Plains Indians lived in the Great Plains of the U.S. and Canada.

09/29/11:
Vocabulary:
Wigwam- an oval shape home for one family
Long house- a long rectangle home for many families. I would like to live in a long house because it's long and big and has a lot of room.

10/13/11: What are some steps to planting the three sisters (corn, beans, squash)? First you plant the seeds. Second you water them. Finally you ned the sun for them to grow.


10/18/11: If I found a secret door it would lead to a world with a big whole halo men with a gun on them. They were shooting in an ice cream world.

10/27/11: What do you do on Halloween? For Halloween I dress up as a vampire. We go trick or treating. You can get candy or scare something.

11/01/11: My favorite kind of candy is Hersheys because it's good.

11/03/11: If I had a pet dinosaur I would play catch with him. I would take him for walks. I would feed him huge bones. This is what I would do if I had a pet dinosaur.
Vocabulary:
Ancestors- people that lived long before
Vocabulary:
Teepee- a plains home made of poles covered with animal hides.

11/17/11: I am thankful for my mom and dad. I am also thankful for my home.

12/01/11:
Vocabulary:
Tribe- a group of people living together under a leader.

By Isaiah Huerta- Grade 3 on   12/14/2011 4:56 PM
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09/29/11: I wold like to live in a wigwam because it is fun.

10/06/11: How do you make clay pots? First you dig the clay. Then you shape it. Finally when it dries you bake it.

Vocabulary:
Clay pots- used by people who didn't move around.
Hunters- people who hunt animals.

10/13/11:
In the "Earth Turtle" what did the evil and good brother make? The eveil brother made wolves, bears and snakes and the good brother made geese, ducks and deers.

10/20/11: If I found a secret door it would lead to a candy land. There would be a chocolate river with gummy worms. You could see chocolate bunnies eating coconut grass. This is what you would see if you open a secret door.

11/03/11: I would want a pet gopher snake. I would want a gopher snake because you could see it eat mice. You can see them slither. This is why I chose a gopher snake.

Vocabulary:
Ancestors- people that lived long before

11/10/11:
Vocabulary:
Culture- a groups way of life that includes language, clothes, food and religion

11/17/11: I am thankful for my shoes, my home, my clothes, my toys, my clothes, and my mom and dad.

12/01/11:
Vocabulary:
Tribe- a group of people living together under a leader.

12/08/11:
Vocabulary:
Mandala- a sacred circle that represents protection, good luck and wholeness.

By Douglas Duro- Grade 4 on   12/14/2011 5:08 PM
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10/06/11: How do you make a clay pot? First you dig the clay. Then you shape it. Then you put it in the sun.

10/25/11:
Vocabulary:
Teepee- a plains home made of poles covered with animal hides

12/01/11: My favorite candy is Three Muskateers.

12/06/2011:
Vocabulary:
Tradition- handing down beliefs and customs from older people to younger people.

12/08/11:
Vocabulary:
Mandala- a sacred circle that represents protection, good luck and wholeness.

By Princess Sauceda- Grade 4 on   12/14/2011 5:14 PM
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Navajo - a house made of Logs or mind. Facing East

Dinah- The people correct the sentence.

The Navajo Children learned songs, dances and stories.

By Isaiah Mirelez on   1/18/2012 11:48 AM
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The Girls made pots. made pots, learned to cook, weave and sew. The boys hunted and made weapons.

By Jorge Arellano on   1/18/2012 11:51 AM
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Hogan- A house made of logs or mads facing

Dineh- The people, navajo children learned songs, dances and stories.

By Isaiah Huerta on   1/18/2012 11:58 AM
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01-17-12

Today we learend about Hogan, house and navajo.

By Christian Mirelez on   1/18/2012 12:00 PM
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Navajo- Hogan a house made of logs. Made facing. Dineh - the people of the navajo, children.

They made pots, cook sew. The boys hunted and made weapons.

By Yuli Ward on   1/18/2012 12:02 PM
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01-17-12

Navajo
Hogan- a house made of logs or mud facing east.

Dineh the people correct the sentence.

The navajo children learned songs, dances and stories.

The jobs of the navajo girls and boys were:
the girls made pots, learned to cook woave and sew.

The boys hunted and made weapons.

By Isaiah Valenzuela on   1/18/2012 12:27 PM
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01-17-12

Navajo

Hogan- A house made of logs or mud facing east

Dineh- The people correct the sentence

the navajo children learned songs dance and stories.

The jobs of navajo girls and boys:
girls weave, sew,cook and made pots.
Boys hunt and make weapons.

By Angelina Santillanes on   1/18/2012 12:31 PM
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01/19/2012:
Today I learned about pueblos. A pueblo is a village. I also learned abou kivas. They are rooms underground used by men for ceremonies.

By Princess Sauceda- Grade 4 on   1/25/2012 11:48 AM
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1-24-12: Nomads- people who moved from place to place.
"The Three Sisters"- Corn, Beans, and Squash.
1. Warrior: fighter:cheif: leader
2. Arrowhead weapon: wigwam.

By Jorge Arrellano on   1/25/2012 11:53 AM
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1-24-12: Nomads- people who moved from place to place.
"The Three Sisters"- Corn, Beans, and Squash.
Choose the right term:
1. Warrior: fighter:cheif: leader
2. Arrowhead weapon: wigwam.

By Christian Mirelez on   1/25/2012 11:56 AM
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1-24-2012: The Sioux

Nomads- people who moved from place to place.
"The Three Sisters"- Corn, Beans, and Squash.
1. Warrior: fighter:cheif: leader
2. Arrowhead weapon: wigwam.

By Maria Castro on   1/25/2012 11:57 AM
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Today I learned about Pueblos, a pueblo is a village. I learned that Kivas are rooms that are underground that are used by men for ceremonies. Also the first pueblo people were the Anasazi and they grew corn and pumpkins.

By Douglas Duro- Grade 4 on   1/25/2012 12:01 PM
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01/19/2012:
Today I learned about the Pueblo people and the jobs that men and women had. Men built underground room called kivas and grew food. Women owned homes and made clay pots.

01/24/2012:
Today I learned about the Sioux. They are nomadic people who move from place to place. I also learned about the 3 sisters. They are corn, beans and squash.Sioux boys learned to hunt, read animal tracks, shoot arrows and fight. Sioux girls learned to cook, sow, gather wood, and tan skins.

By Angelique Santillanes- Grade 4 on   1/25/2012 12:11 PM
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01/19/2012:
Today I learned about the jobs of pueblo women and men. Women made clay pots and owned homes. Men built underground rooms, built homes, weaved and grew food.

01/24/2012:
Today I learned about nomads. they are people who move from place to place. I also learned about the three sisters: corns, beans, squash. I learned about boys and girls in the Sioux culture. Girls learned to cook and sew, to gather wood for fires and learned to tan skins to make clothes out of them. Boys learned how to hunt. they learned how to shoot arrows and learned to fight.

By Yolanda Fox- Grade 5 on   1/25/2012 12:16 PM
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01/19/2012:
Today I learned about Pueblo people and kivas. Pueblo means village and kivas are underground rooms used by men for ceremonies. Also, I learned what were the jobs of the Pueblo men and women. women made clay pots and owned homes. Men built kivas, homes, weaved and grew food.

By Gabriel Mirelez- Grade 4 on   1/25/2012 12:18 PM
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01/19/2012:
Today I learned about the Pueblo people. They lived in pueblos. Pueblos are villages. The Anasazi were the first pueblo people. Pueblo people grew corn and pumpkins.

By Valentino Fox- Grade 6 on   1/25/2012 12:20 PM
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The Thunderbird a story that Ms. Padilla read to us:
What the chiefs promise the thunderbird?
thier best carvers would put the thunder bird image, in their villages.

Two words I learned today:
canoe- a light boat with pointed ends made out of hallowed log.

chief- the head of rules of a tribe of clan

I also wrote words in plural:
canoes,fishes,whales, spirites,bellies, chiefs, flashes,splashes.

By Valentino Fox on   2/1/2012 11:13 AM
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1-26-11: Native American Totem Poles. Totem- to be related to someone. Totem poles told stories about Indian Chiefs, families, historical events, or legends. The animals on totem poles are the raven, thunderbird, whale, beaver, bear, wolf, frog, and mosquito.
What did Native Americans use totem poles for? They used them to remember important people, events, and legends.

1-31-12: The Thunderbird canoe- a light boat with painted end made of hollowed log.
Chief- the head or rulers of a tribe or clan.
Write Plural Form:1. canoe-canoes 2. Fish-fishes 3. whale-whales 4. spirit-spirits 5. belly-belllies 6. chief-chiefs 7. splash- splashes
What did the chiefs promise the thunderbirds? Their best carvers would put his image in their village.

By Jorge Arellano 3rd Grade on   2/1/2012 11:17 AM
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1-31-12: The Thunderbird canoe- a light boat with painted end made of hollowed log.
Chief- the head or rulers of a tribe or clan.
Write Plural Form:1. canoe-canoes 2. Fish-fishes 3. whale-whales 4. spirit-spirits 5. belly-belllies 6. chief-chiefs 7. splash- splashes
What did the chiefs promise the thunderbirds? Their best carvers would put his image in their village.

By Isaiah Valenzuela 3rd Grade on   2/1/2012 11:19 AM
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1-26-11: Native American Totem Poles. Totem- to be related to someone. Totem poles told stories about Indian Chiefs, families, historical events, or legends. The animals on totem poles are the raven, thunderbird, whale, beaver, bear, wolf, frog, and mosquito.
What did Native Americans use totem poles for? They used them to remember important people, events, and legends.

1-31-12: The Thunderbird canoe- a light boat with painted end made of hollowed log.
Chief- the head or rulers of a tribe or clan.
Write Plural Form:1. canoe-canoes 2. Fish-fishes 3. whale-whales 4. spirit-spirits 5. belly-belllies 6. chief-chiefs 7. splash- splashes
What did the chiefs promise the thunderbirds? Their best carvers would put his image in their villages.

By Yuli Ward 3rd Grade on   2/1/2012 11:20 AM
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01-26-12

Today I learned a new word: Totem it means to be related to someone. Also we worked on completing senteces using the new word :Totem

1. Totem poles told stories about Indian chiefs, familes historical events or legends.
2. The animals on totem poles are the rayen, thunderbird, wolf, bear, frog, beaver,mosquito and the whale.

I also learned that the Native Americans used the totem poles to remember important people events and legends.

By Christian Mirelez on   2/1/2012 11:20 AM
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1-31-12: The Thunderbird canoe- a light boat with painted end made of hollowed log.
Chief- the head or rulers of a tribe or clan.

What did the chiefs promise the thunderbirds? Their best carvers would put his image in their villages.

By Nick Morreo 3rd Grade on   2/1/2012 11:21 AM
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1-31-12: The Thunderbird canoe- a light boat with painted end made of hollowed log.
Chief- the head or rulers of a tribe or clan.

By Isaiah Huerta 3rd Grade on   2/1/2012 11:22 AM
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01-26-12
Today at Ms. Padilla class we learned about Native Americans by learning new terms.
What the native Americans use totem poles for ? They used them to remember people, events and legends.

What did the chiefs promise the thunderbird? Their best carvers would put his image in there villages.


01-31-12

Today we learned what a canoe is. Is a light boat with pointed ends made out of hallowed log.
Also I learned what chief means and is the head or rules of a tribe clan.
I wrote different words in plural: canoes,fishes, whales,spirits belies, chiefs flashes, splashes.

By Angelique Santillanes on   2/1/2012 11:28 AM
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01-26-12

Native American Totem Poles:

totem- to be related to someone.
Totem poles told stories about Inidan chiefs, families historical events or legends.

The animals on totem poles are the bear, wolf frog, whale, thunderbird,raven and the mosquito.

What the Native Americans used the totem poles for?
they used them ti remember importnat people events and legends.

By Maria Castro on   2/1/2012 11:32 AM
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01-31-12

The Thunder bird

canoe- a light boat with pointed end made out of halloed log.
chief- the head of rules of tribe or clan.

Plural forms:
canoe- canoes
fish- fishes
whale-whales
spirit-spirits
belly-bellies
chief-chiefs
flash-flashes
splash-splashes

What the the chiefs promise the thuinder bird?
their best carvers would put his image in their villages.

By Maria Castro on   2/1/2012 11:36 AM
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01-26-12

Totem- to be related to someone

Totem poles told stories about Indian chiefs, families or legends.

The Animals on totem poles are the raven, wolf, bear, frog beaver mosquito, thunderbird and the whale.

What did Native Americans use totem poles for?
They used them to remember importnat people and events and legends.

Canoe- a light boat with pointed ends made out of hollowed log.
Chief- the head of rules of a tribe or clan.

01-31-12

Plural Forms

canoe- canoes
fish-fishes
whale-whales
spirit-spirits
belly-bellies
chief-chiefs
flash-flashes
splash-splashes

What the the chiefs promise the thunderbirds?
Thier best carvers would put his image in their villages.

By Yolanda Fox on   2/1/2012 11:41 AM
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01-26-12

Today I learned a new word: Totem which means to be related to someone.

By Princess Sauceda on   2/1/2012 11:44 AM
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02-07-12

What is a Legend?- a story about mythical beings or events handed down from earlier times.

Tawa (Sun God) Spider Women (earth goddess)
"We will make no more new things", said Tawa.

I had a magical clay..........
I would make a laptop that is purple, so I can use it to do homework and play games.

By Yolanda Fox on   2/8/2012 11:44 AM
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02-02-12 Totem- to be related to someone.Totem Poles told stories about Indian Chiefs, families, historical events or legends. If I made a totem pole....... I would carve a wolf because it stands for intelligence, guide, protection, a helpful spirit who also brings skill in weaving and woodcftaft. That's why I would carve it first. My Second carve is a raven it is a guardian spirit. My third one is a buffalo it brings abundance, generosity, strength and survival. That is all my three animals for my totem pole. I will put my totem pole at the Torrez Martinez Reservation.
02-07-12 Tawa and the Spider Women. A legend is a story about mythical beings or events handed down from earlier times. Tawa-( Sun God)Spider Women- (Earth Goddess) If I had a magical clay....... I wold make Michael Jackson or M.J. Anyways!!!! I will bring him back !!!! Whoever reads this don't forget he's the king of pop.

By Valentino Fox on   2/8/2012 11:55 AM
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02-02-12

If I made a Totem Pole it will probably have animals, at the top humming birds, at the middle Thunderbird, at the bottom eagle. It will be 1,000 fett tall and I will probably place it in my backyard.

02-07-12

Tawa-Son of God
Spider Women (Earth Goddess)
Legend is a story about mythical beings or events handed down from earlier times.
Tawa and the Spider Women:
"We will make no more new things, said Tawa"

If I had a magiocal clay...... I would make a bunny and make it chase.

By Angelique Santillanes on   2/8/2012 12:02 PM
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02-02-12

Totem Poles-
The animal that appears at the bottom of the totem, guides you from below and into your dreams.

The animal in the middle is your heart and helps you be better friend.

The animal at the top guides you from the psirit world and protects you always.

If I made a totem pole....I would carve a thuderbird because its a chief of all guardian spirits, and causes thunder and lighting on top. In the middle I would carve a wolf, because its intelligents. The bottom I would carve snake, because it brings, power of magic.

Totem Pole- animals (snake salmon beaver)
Tall 55 feet, I wojdl put it in the middle of earth.

02-07-12

Tawa and the spider women.
Legend a story about mythical beings or events handed from earlier times.
Tawa-(sun god)
Spider women- (earth goddess)

"We will make no more new things, said Tawa"

02-07-12

If I had a magical clay I would make candies, 40 bunnies and soda. I would also make Ms. Padilla and Mr. Inzunza.

By Maria Castro on   2/8/2012 12:11 PM
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02-02-12Totem Pole-Animals(Top)- Wolf,raven, hummingbirds.How tall? 43 feetI will put it - in the mountains, where the indians celebrate .If I make a totem pole I would carve a wolf because it helps you be intelligent and skillful in weaving and woodcraft. I would put the middle a raven and the bottom is hummingbird.

By Douglas Duro on   2/8/2012 12:17 PM
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02-02-12

Totem Pole-
Top-Egle
Middle- snake
Bottom- wof
Tall- 1,000,000,000,000 ft.
Put it- Jupiter or the Universe

If I made a totem pole I would carve a eagle on the top because it has wisdom and sight. I would carve a snake in the middle and the wolf at the end. My totem ople will be 100 feet tall.

By Micah Mirelez on   2/8/2012 12:21 PM
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02-02-12

Totem Pole-
1st- Eagle
2nd -Buffalo
3rd- thuderbird
tall- 10 feet

If I made a totem Pole I would pick a snake because it brings power and magic.
I would carve ravenbevcause it looks great and is cool. I would carve a bear, bacause it looks great on it. It also would pick a frog, because it has good fortune. Tosum it up, I like the greatest animals.

By Gabriel Mirelez on   2/8/2012 12:25 PM
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02-07-12

Tawa and spider women legend a story about muthical beings or events handed down from earlier times.

Tawa (Sun God)
Spider woemn (earth goddess)

We will make no more new things siad Tawa.

If had a magical caly I would make a clone of me, so I could relax at home.

By Jorge Arellano on   2/8/2012 12:50 PM
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02-02-12

Totem Pole.
Animals:
At top- snake
Middle- Wolf
Bottom-Hummingbird.
Tall- 10 ft.
LOCATION- At the park and at my house.

If I made a toem pole, I would carve a snake at the top. I would carve a hummingbird at the bottom. My totem pole would be 50 feet tall. I would put it at my house for everyone to see.

02-07-12

Tawa and the Spider Women. A legend- A story about mythical beigns or events handed down from earlier times. Tawa (sun of god) Spider women-Earth goddess.

Correct the sentence. We will make no more new things said tawa.

If I had magocal caly I would make my old dogs that died. They are Daisy , Lolo and my old dog Dole. I will play with my dogs and cat.

By Yuli Ward on   2/8/2012 12:57 PM
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02-02-12

If I made a Totem Pole I would carve a animal. at the top. Place it at my house and it will be 1,000 feet tall.

02-07-12

Tawa and the spider women legend- a story about mythical beings or events handed down from earlier times.

If I had magical clay I would make a clone.

By Isaiah Velenzuela on   2/8/2012 1:03 PM
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02-02-12


Totem Pole- At the top animals snake, middle wolf and bottom eagle
100 feet tall at my house in the front yard.

If I made a totem pole I would carve a wolf at the top. I would carve a snake in the middle, then I would carve a eagle at the bottom. My totem pole would be 100 feet tall, I would put it at the museum for eveyrone to see it.

02-07-12

Tawa and the pider women
Legend- a story about myrhical beings or events handed down from earlier times.
Tawa (sun of god)
Spider Women (earth goddess)

Correct the sentence:
"We will make no new things," said Tawa.

If I had a magical caly I would make a clone. I would spray it on me.

By Nick Morreo on   2/8/2012 1:09 PM
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02-07-12

If I had a magical clay I would make a motorcycle.

Tawa and the pider women
Legen- a story about mythical beings or events handed down from earlier times.

By Christian Mirelez on   2/8/2012 1:11 PM
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02-09-12

The Dream Catcher
Cradle Board- a board Native Women carried their babies on while their worked.
Feather- a symbol for breath or air.

A bad dream is when: I dream about ghost, monsters, zombies, something scare and frightining, chucky, freddy.

I had a nightmare about chucky. He looked ugly. He chased me down the hall and then I woke up. My mom went to the store and bought me a dream catcher.

By Christian Mirelez on   2/15/2012 11:46 AM
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02-09-12

The Dream Catcher
Caradle Board: a board Native Women carried their babies while they worked.
Feather- a symbol for breath or air.

Bad Dream for me is: when I dream about monsters, when Im scare, when I have nightmares and when Im frightened.

I had a nightmare about my evil homework, I ripped it apart. Then more and more paper came after me and got me, but then I escape.

02-14-12

Saint Valentine

St. Valentines Day is a holiday on february 14 when one sends cards to somone they love.

Idiom- a common figure of speech, example: It's a piece of cake. Somthing that is easy. thenIdiom will be:
The man has a heart of gold because he helps people in need.
The boy was heart broken over losing his puppy.
The boy had butterflies in his stomach when he performed the valentines play.

Who was St. Valentine?
St. Valentine was a Christian priest who married soldiers and their sweet hearts.

By Maria Castro on   2/15/2012 11:57 AM
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02-09-12

Cradle Board- is a board Native American women carried their babies while they worked.
Feather- is a symbol for breath or air.

A bad dream for me is: when I dream about food, homework or books.
I had a bad dream about homework eating me then spitting me out then eating me again. The I used a dream catcher then we both...... fin.

02-14-12

Saint Valentine

St. Valentines Day- is a holiday on February 14 were one sends a card to someone they love.
Idiom- a common figure of speech.
Example: "is a piece of cake" somethig easy

Who was St. Valentine ?

St. Valentine was a christian priest who married soldiers and their sweerhearts.

By Valentino Fox on   2/15/2012 12:05 PM
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02-14-12

02-14-12

Saint Valentine

St. Valentines Day- is a holiday on February 14 were one sends a card to someone they love.

Idiom- a common figure of speech.

Example: "is a piece of cake" somethig easy

Write the idiom:
1.The man has a heart of gold.
2.The boy had butterfiles in his stomach.

Who was St. Valentine ?

St. Valentine was a christian priest who married soldiers and their sweerhearts.

5 Little hearts, all in one row,
the first one said "I love you", so
the second one said "will you be my valentine"
the third one said" I will always be your friend",
the fifth one said" until the very end".

Roses are Red, Violets are blue sugar is sweet and so are you.

By Angelique Santillanes on   2/15/2012 12:11 PM
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02-09-12

The Dream Catcher:
Cradleboard- a board Native American women carried their babies on while they worked.
Feather- a symbol for breath or air.

I had a nightmare about a creepy monster with hairy skin. It had razor sharp teeth and red glowing eyes. It had weird green slime coming from its mouth. He made food that was made of animal parts and he foreced kids to eat it.

02-14-12

Saint Valentine

St. Valentines Day- is a holiday on February 14 were one sends a card to someone they love.
Idiom- a common figure of speech.
Example: "is a piece of cake" somethig easy

1. The man has a heart of gold because he helps people in need.
2. The boy was heart broken over losing his puppy.
3. The boy had butterflies in stomach when he performed the valentines play.

Who was St. Valentine ?

St. Valentine was a christian priest who married soldiers and their sweerhearts.

By Yolanda Fox on   2/15/2012 12:17 PM
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02-09-12

The Dream Catcher

cradle board- a board that Native Women carried their babies on while they worked.
feather- a symbol of breath or air.

bad dreams.

02-14-12

Saint Valentine

St. Valentines Day- is a holiday on February 14 were one sends a card to someone they love.
Who was St. Valentine ?

St. Valentine was a christian priest who married soldiers and their sweerhearts.

By Yuli Ward on   2/15/2012 12:20 PM
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02-09-12

The Dream Catcher
Cradle board- a board Native American women carried their babies while they worked.
Feather- a symbol for breath or air.

Bad Dreams- ghost, vampires, scare, scary, zombies, and frighten.

I had a nightmare about Zombies and vampires followed amd I flew.

02-14-12

Saint Valentine

St. Valentines Day- is a holiday on February 14 were one sends a card to someone they love.
Idiom- a common figure of speech.
Example: "is a piece of cake" somethig easy

1. heart of gold
2. heart broken
3. butterflies in stomach .

By Jorge Arrelano on   2/15/2012 12:24 PM
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02-09-12

cradle board- a board native american women carried their babies on while they worked.
feather- a symbol for breath or air.

bad dream is when I'm scare.

I had a nightmare about a Zombie. He tried to eat my arm.

02-14-12

Saint Valentine

St. Valentine was a christian priest who married soldiers and their sweerhearts.

St. Valentines Day a holiday on February 14 were one sends a card to someone they love.

By Isaiah Valenzuela on   2/15/2012 12:28 PM
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02-09-12

The Dream Catcher

Cradle board- a board that Native American women carried their babies on while they worked.
Feather- a symbol for breath or air.

Bad Dreams: freddy krevger, nightmares, scary, scare.

I had a nightmare about- a scare little doll it was chucky. He got me and draged me dowm the hallway. Then, my mom bought me a dream catcher and I never had the dream again. But he got me and took me outside and chucky almost killed me, but I got a knife and killed him but it was just a dream.

02-14-12

Saint Valentine

Who was St. Valentine ?

St. Valentine was a christian priest who married soldiers and their sweerhearts.

By Nick Morreo on   2/15/2012 12:34 PM
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02-09-12
A circle map
bad dreams: scary, monsters, nightmares.
I had a nightmare about air, and its everywhere. Its soft and cold. The next day I put a dream catcher over my bed. I never had a nigthmare again,

By Micah Mirelez on   2/15/2012 12:37 PM
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Cradle- a board Native American women carried their babies on while they worked.

Feather- a symbol for breath and air.

Circle Map- Bad Dreams- scare, nightmares.

I had a nightmare when a ghostrider had a chain tied around my neck. I took it off. I ran away and looked back and then looked in front and he was in front of me.

By Micah Mirelez on   2/15/2012 12:40 PM
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02-28-12

The Navajo were called the Dineh. Their home was called a hogan. They made pictures that told stories. The boys jobs wer to make weapons and hunt. Girls made pots and learned to cook. Each tribe had a medicine man.

By Christian Mirelez on   2/29/2012 4:30 PM
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02-16-12
Read the Legens of the Cherokee Rose

Trail of Tears.
Trail of tears- movement of the cherokee from georgia to oklahoma.
Cherokee Rose- grows along the Trail of Tears.

02-21-12
The Animals Purpose
The Great Spirit- the chief dentity in the religion of the North American Tribes.

wrote adjetives.

The animals tought the boyand girl to:
1. swim
2.find shelter
3. find food
4. make clothes
5. which plants were good to use.


02-28-12
Pocahontas

Pocahontas realname was matoaka. She never used it, because the Native Americans thought that it would bring bad luck.

(Circle adverd.)

The Navajo

The navajo were called the dineh. A navajo home was called a Hogen. They colored sand to make pictures. They make jewelry and baskets.

By Yuli Ward on   2/29/2012 4:40 PM
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2-16-12: (After reading "The Legend of the Cherokee Rose") I live in the city of Thermal. I live in a big white house with my family. I love my home. I would feel sad if I had to leave.

2-21-12: "The Animals' Purpose": The Great Spirt- the chief diety in the religion of North American Tribes.
1. The Great Spirit made great oceans.
2. He loved his new world
The Animal taught the boy and girl to: 1. Swim 2. Find shelter 3. Find food 4. Make clothes 5. Which plants were good to use.

2-28-12: Pocahantas- playful
Adverbs- a word that describes a verb, adjectives, or another verb.

Write the sentance and circle the Adverb: 1. The girl OFTEN likes to bird sing. 2. The Cherokee boy waited PATIENTLY to catch the raven.

What was Pocahontas' real name? And why didn't they use it? Pocahontas' real name was Matsaka. She never used it beacause the Native Americans thought that it would bring bad luck.

The Navajo: the Navajo were called the Dineh. The people loved their sheep. they lived in a Hogan. It was a house with eight sides. The Navajo loved art. They made pictures that told stories. The older people taught the children about the tribe. The children learned songs, dances, and stories.

By Jorge Arellano 4th Grade on   2/29/2012 4:43 PM
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02-16-12

Read the Legend of the Cherokee Rose.

Trail of tears- movement of the cherokee from Georgia to Oklahoma.
Cherokee Rose- grows along the trail of tears.

02-16-12

How would you feel if you had to move?
I live in the city of Thermal. I live in a big yellow house.

The Aminals Purpose

The great Spirit- the chief deity in the region of North American tribes.

Adjectives: words that describe a noun.


02-21-12

The animlas taught the boy and girl to:
1. swim
2. find shelter
3. find food
4. amake clothes
5. which plants were good to use.

By Nick Morreo on   2/29/2012 4:47 PM
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02-23-12

Pocahontas

Pocahontas real names was Matoaka. She never used it because the Native Americans though that it would bring bad luck.

Adverbs- a word that descibes a verb,adjective or another verd. it tells you how when, how much or where. often ends in-ly.

The Navajo- were called the dineh. The people loved their sheep. They would paint the wood into blankets. A navajo home was called a hogan. Each tribe has a medicine man. Girls learned how to make pots. Boys learned how to hunt.

By Nick Morreo on   2/29/2012 4:52 PM
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2-16-12: (After reading "The Legend of the Cherokee Rose") I live in the city of Thermal. I live in a medium peach house. I have a huge backyard. Someday my dad will grow grass and put a swimming pool. Also, a trampoline after we cut this big tree in our backyard. I love my home and I would not want to leave. If we moved I would kinda be sad and kinda happy because our internet is so slow. I would be sad, because I would miss my friends.

2-28-12: The Sioux were nomads. They ate buffalo because it had a lot of meat. Also, because they needed meat to live. They did not waste any body parts of the buffalo. They made tools, toys, and what ever else they needed. The boys learned to hunt, shoot arrows and fight the girls learned to cook, sew, and gather wood for fire.

By Yolanda Fox 5th Grade on   2/29/2012 4:55 PM
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02-28-12

THE PUEBLO

The Pueblo Indians came from one tribe. The first pueblo people were called Anasazi. The people grew corn and pumpkins for food. The pueblo people knew how to make adobe bricks. The women learned to make clay plots and the men build homes.

By Valentino Fox on   2/29/2012 4:55 PM
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2-16-12: (After reading "The Legend of the Cherokee Rose") I would be sad if I moved because I will miss my friends.

By Princess Sauceda on   2/29/2012 4:57 PM
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02-16-12: The Legends of the Cherokee Rose
Trail of tears movement of the cherokee from Georgia to Oklahoma. Cherokee Rose- grows along the trail of tears.
My home is big, is peach I feel happy in it. I love my home. I live in thermal.I live in the town of thermal. I live in a big peach house. I have a huge backyard and front. I love it too much. I would not move because I already moved, but I was unhappy.
02-28-12: Pocahontas- playful
Her real name was Matoaka. She never used it, because it will have brought bad luck.

By Douglas Duro on   2/29/2012 5:01 PM
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2-16-12: Trail of Tears: The movement of Cherokee from Georgia to Oklahoma. Cherokee Rose - grows along the Trail of Tears. (After reading "The Legend of the Cherokee Rose") I live in the city of Thermal. I live in a very colorful and huge ranch and huge backyard to play in. I would not want to leave. I would be very unhappy to leave. I would be very unhappy if I had to move.

2-21-12: "The Animals' Purpose": The Great Spirt- the chief diety in the religion of North American Tribes.
1. The Great Spirit made great oceans.
2. He loved his new world
The Animal taught the boy and girl to: 1. Swim 2. Find shelter 3. Find food 4. Make clothes 5. Which plants were good to use.

2-28-12: Pocahantas- playful
Adverbs- a word that describes a verb, adjectives, or another verb.

Write the sentance and circle the Adverb: 1. The girl OFTEN likes to bird sing. 2. The Cherokee boy waited PATIENTLY to catch the raven.

What was Pocahontas' real name? And why didn't they use it? Pocahontas' real name was Matsaka. She never used it beacause the Native Americans thought that it would bring bad luck.

The Sioux: The Sioux were nomads. They called themselves Dakota, Lokota or Nakota. They were made up of seven tribes. Girls learned how to cook and sew. Boys learned to hunt witht he men.

By Maria Castro on   2/29/2012 5:08 PM
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03-13-12
Coyote Places the star

Canyon- a deep valley with steep sides.
Legend- a story about mythical beings where animals act like humans.

1. Coyote was the most clever and crafty of all the animals.
2. Coyote was going to make pictures in the sky.

By Yuli Ward on   3/14/2012 10:51 AM
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03-13-12
Coyote Places the stars

Canyon-a deep valley with steep sides.
Legend- a story about mythical beigns where animals act like humans.

Correct Sentences:
1. Coyote was the most clever and crafty of all the animals.
2. Coyote was going to make pictures in the sky.

Finish the summary about thestory:
Coyote arranged the stars by shooting arrows in the sky. He makes pictures of all his animal friends. Then he howls so the animals can see his work.

By Jorge Arellano on   3/14/2012 10:59 AM
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03-13-12

Coyote Places
The Stars

Canyon- a deep valley with steep sides.
Legend- a story about mythical beings.

Where animals act like humans.
Corrected sentences.

1. Coyote was the most clever and cfrafty of all the animals.
2. Coyote was going to make pictures in the sky.

Coyote arranged the stars by shooting arrows in the sky. He makes pictures of all his animal friends. Then he howls so the animals can see his worn.

By Raul Rizo on   3/14/2012 11:21 AM
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03-13-12

Coyote places the stars

Canyon- a deep valley with steep sides.
Legend- a story about muthical beings where animals act like humans.

Correct the sentences:
1. Coyote was the most clever and crafty of all the animals.
2. Coyote was going to make pictures in the sky.

Coyote arranged the stars by shooting arrows in the sky.He makes pictures of all his animal frinds. Then, he howls so the animals can see his work.

By Christian Mirelez on   3/14/2012 11:25 AM
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03-13-12


Canyon- a deep valley with steep sides.
Legend- a story about mythical beigns where animals act like humans.

Coyote arranged the stars by shooting arrows in the sky.
He makes pictures of his animals friends. The he howls so the animals can see his work.

By Isaiah Valenzuela on   3/14/2012 11:28 AM
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03-13-12

Coyote Places The Stars

Canyon- a ddep valley with steep sides.
Legend- a story about mythical beings where animals act like humans.

"Finish the summary about the story"

Coyote arranged the stars by shooting arrows in the sky. He makes pictures of all his animal friends. Then, he howls so the animals can see his work.

By Nick Morreo on   3/14/2012 11:31 AM
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3-13-12: Correct the sentence-> Coyote was the most clever (and) crafty of al(l) the animals.
Coyote: a deep valley with steep sides. Legend: A story about mythical beings.

By Isaiah Huerta Grade 3 on   3/14/2012 11:51 AM
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3-13-12: Correct the sentence->1. Coyote was the most clever (and) crafty of al(l) the animals. 2. Coyote was going to make pictures in the sky.
Coyote: a deep valley with steep sides. Legend: A story about mythical beings.

By Joshua Reyes Grade 6 on   3/14/2012 11:53 AM
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3-8-12: The Nez- Nezperce- Pierced nose.

3-13-12: Coyote arrangedthe stars by shooting arrows in the sky. He makes pictures of all his animal friends. Then he howls so the animals can see his work.

By Princess Sauceda Grade 4 on   3/14/2012 11:56 AM
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3-13-12: Correct the sentence-> 1. Coyote was the most clever and crafty of all the animals. 2. Coyote was going to make pictures in the sky.
Coyote: a deep valley with steep sides. Legend: A story about mythical beings.

Coyote arrangedthe stars by shooting arrows in the sky. He makes pictures of all his animal friends. Then he howls so the animals can see his work.

By Maria Castro Grade 4 on   3/14/2012 12:01 PM
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3-13-12: Correct the sentence-> 1. Coyote was the most clever and crafty of all the animals. 2. Coyote was going to make pictures in the sky.
Coyote: a deep valley with steep sides. Legend: A story about mythical beings.

Coyote arrangedthe stars by shooting arrows in the sky. He makes pictures of all his animal friends. Then he howls so the animals can see his work.

By Angelique Santillanes Grade 4 on   3/14/2012 12:03 PM
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3-13-12: Coyote Places The Stars 1. Coyote was the most clever and crafty of all the animals. 2. Coyote was going to make pictures in the sky.
Coyote: a deep valley with steep sides. Legend: A story about mythical beings.

Coyote arrangedthe stars by shooting arrows in the sky. He makes pictures of all his animal friends. Then he howls so the animals can see his work.

By Valentino Fox Grade 6 on   3/14/2012 12:05 PM
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3-9-12: The Nez Perce: Nez Perce: pierced nose.

3-13-12: Coyote Places The Stars-> Coyote: a deep valley with steep sides. Legend: A story about mythical beings.
1. Coyote was the most clever and crafty of all the animals. 2. Coyote was going to make pictures in the sky.


Coyote arrangedthe stars by shooting arrows in the sky. He makes pictures of all his animal friends. Then he howls so the animals can see his work.

By Yolanda Fox Grade 6 on   3/14/2012 12:07 PM
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3-22-12: Who will be the Sun?
trickster- one who plays tricks
Finish the summary: Raven, Woodpecker, and the other animals wanted to be the sun. Coyote
was a gossip and trickster so the Chief said Lynx could be the sun.

3-22-12: Young Goat's Discovery
petroglyph- a carving on a rock
Hopi- Pueblo Indians who live in northeast Arizona
Finish the sentence: When Jeffrey and his goat discover a rock drawing, the librarian helps them
find information about similar petroglyphs made by the Hopis.

By Raul Rizo Grade 3 on   3/23/2012 11:41 AM
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3-22-12: Young Goat's Discovery
petroglyph- a carving on a rock
Hopi- Pueblo Indians who live in northeast Arizona
Finish the sentence: When Jeffrey and his goat discover a rock drawing the librarian helps them
find information about similar petroglyphs made by the Hopis.

By Jorge Arellano Grade 3 on   3/23/2012 11:47 AM
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3-15-12: Saint Patrick: Facts->Born in Great Britan, Patron Saint, Shamrock-National Symbol of Ireland.
Legend->Drove snakes out of Ireland.Symbols->Leprecauns, pots of gold, shamrocks, bag pipes, green.

3-20-12: Who will be the sun?
Trickster-one who plays tricks.Raven, woodpecker, and the other animals wanted to be the sun. Coyote was a gossip and tricksterso the chief said Lynx could be the sun.

3-22-12: Young Goats DiscoveryPetropglyph: A carving on a rock.Hopi - Pueblo indians who live in the Northeast of Arizona. When Jeffrey and his goat discover a rock drawing, the librarian helps them find information about similar petroglyphs made by the Hopi's.

By Yolanda Fox Grade 6 on   3/23/2012 11:48 AM
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3-22-12: Young Goat's Discovery
petroglyph- a carving on a rock
Hopi- Pueblo Indians who live in northeast Arizona
Finish the sentence: When Jeffrey and his goat discover a rock drawing the librarian helps them
find information about similar petroglyphs made by the Hopis.

By Nick Morreo Grade 3 on   3/23/2012 11:48 AM
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3-20-12: Who will be the sun? Trickster-one who plays tricks.
Raven, woodpecker, and the other animals wanted to be the sun. Coyote was a gossip and tricksterso the chief said Lynx could be the sun.

3-22-12: Young Goats Discovery
Petropglyph: A carving on a rock.
Hopi - Pueblo indians who live in the Northeast of Arizona.
When Jeffrey and his goat discover a rock drawing, the librarian helps them find information about similar petroglyphs made by the Hopi's.

By Valentino Fox Grade 6 on   3/23/2012 11:49 AM
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3-22-12: Young Goats Discovery
Petropglyph: A carving on a rock.
Hopi - Pueblo indians who live in the Northeast of Arizona.
When Jeffrey and his goat discover a rock drawing, the librarian helps them find information about similar petroglyphs made by the Hopi's.

By Douglas Duro Grade 4 on   3/23/2012 11:51 AM
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3-20-12: Who will be the Sun?
trickster- one who plays tricks
Finish the summary: Raven, Woodpecker and the other animals wanted to be the sun. Coyote
was a gossip and trickster so the Chief said Lynx could be the sun.

3-22-12: Young Goat's Discovery
petroglyph- a carving on a rock
Hopi- Pueblo Indians who live in northeast Arizona
Finish the sentence: When Jeffrey and his goat discover a rock drawing the librarian helps them
find information about similar petroglyphs made by the Hopis.

By Yuli Ward Grade 3 on   3/23/2012 11:52 AM
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3-20-12: Who will be the Sun?
trickster- one who plays tricks
Finish the summary: Raven, Woodpecker and the other animals wanted to be the sun. Coyote
was a gossip and trickster so the Chief said Lynx could be the sun.

By Christian Mirelez Grade 3 on   3/23/2012 11:53 AM
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3-20-12: Who will be the sun? Trickster-one who plays tricks.
Raven, woodpecker, and the other animals wanted to be the sun. Coyote was a gossip and tricksterso the chief said Lynx could be the sun.

3-22-12: Young Goats Discovery
Petropglyph: A carving on a rock.
Hopi - Pueblo indians who live in the Northeast of Arizona.
When Jeffrey and his goat discover a rock drawing, the librarian helps them find information about similar petroglyphs made by the Hopi's.

By Joshua Reyes Grade 6 on   3/23/2012 11:53 AM
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3-15-12: Saint Patrick: Facts->Born in Great Britan, Patron Saint, Shamrock-National Symbol of Ireland.
Legend->Drove snakes out of Ireland.
Symbols->Leprecauns, pots of gold, shamrocks, bag pipes, green.

3-20-12: Who will be the sun? Trickster-one who plays tricks.
Raven, woodpecker, and the other animals wanted to be the sun. Coyote was a gossip and tricksterso the chief said Lynx could be the sun.

3-22-12: Young Goats Discovery
Petropglyph: A carving on a rock.
Hopi - Pueblo indians who live in the Northeast of Arizona.
When Jeffrey and his goat discover a rock drawing, the librarian helps them find information about similar petroglyphs made by the Hopi's.

By Maria Castro Grade 4 on   3/23/2012 11:54 AM
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4-10-12: Sustainable Housing- Green Building
Kish: Materials- palm fronds, branches, grasses
Made- tree limbs are tied together
Positive- sustainable, economical
Negative- no lights, no water, catches on fire easy
Teepee: Materials- buffalo skins, branches
Pueblo: Materials- clay, adobe
Modern Home: Materials- lumber, steel, bricks
Made- lumber or steel framing are nailed together
Positive- plumbing, cooling, heating, lighting
Negative- professionals need to build it, few natural resources
How can we make homes eco-friendly? List.
- use solar energy to power home
- 4 R's- Reuse, Reclaim, Recycle, Re-Think

By Maria Castro Grade 4 on   4/11/2012 10:30 AM
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4-10-12: Sustainable Housing- Green Building
Kish: Materials- palm fronds, branches, grasses
Made- tree limbs are tied together
Positive- sustainable, economical
Negative- no lights, no water, catches on fire easy
Teepee: Materials- buffalo skins, branches
Pueblo: Materials- clay, adobe
Modern Home: Materials- lumber, steel, bricks
Made- lumber or steel framing are nailed together
Positive- plumbing, cooling, heating, lighting
Negative- professionals need to build it, few natural resources
How can we make homes eco-friendly? List.
- use solar energy to power home
- 4 R's- Reuse, Reclaim, Recycle, Re-Think

By Christian Mirelez Grade 3 on   4/11/2012 10:31 AM
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4-10-12: Sustainable Housing- Green Building
Kish: Materials- palm fronds, branches, grasses
Made- tree limbs are tied together
Positive- sustainable, economical
Negative- no lights, no water, catches on fire easy
Teepee: Materials- buffalo skins, branches
Pueblo: Materials- clay, adobe
Modern Home: Materials- lumber, steel, bricks
Made- lumber or steel framing are nailed together
Positive- plumbing, cooling, heating, lighting
Negative- professionals need to build it, few natural resources
How can we make homes eco-friendly? List.
- use solar energy to power home
- 4 R's- Reuse, Reclaim, Recycle, Re-Think

By Raul Rizo Grade 3 on   4/11/2012 10:32 AM
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4-10-12: Sustainable Housing- Green Building
Kish: Materials- palm fronds, branches, grasses
Made- tree limbs are tied together
Positive- sustainable, economical
Negative- no lights, no water, catches on fire easy
Teepee: Materials- buffalo skins, branches
Pueblo: Materials- clay, adobe
Modern Home: Materials- lumber, steel, bricks
Made- lumber or steel framing are nailed together
Positive- plumbing, cooling, heating, lighting
Negative- professionals need to build it, few natural resources
How can we make homes eco-friendly? List.
- use solar energy to power home
- 4 R's- Reuse, Reclaim, Recycle, Re-Think

By Jorge Arellano Grade 3 on   4/11/2012 10:32 AM
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4-10-12: Sustainable Housing- Green Building
Kish: Materials- palm fronds, branches, grasses
Made- tree limbs are tied together
Positive- sustainable, economical
Negative- no lights, no water, catches on fire easy
Teepee: Materials- buffalo skins, branches
Pueblo: Materials- clay, adobe
Modern Home: Materials- lumber, steel, bricks
Made- lumber or steel framing are nailed together
Positive- plumbing, cooling, heating, lighting
Negative- professionals need to build it, few natural resources
How can we make homes eco-friendly? List.
- use solar energy to power home
- 4 R's- Reuse, Reclaim, Recycle, Re-Think

By Nick Morreo Grade 3 on   4/11/2012 10:33 AM
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4-10-12: Sustainable Housing- Green Building
How can we make homes eco-friendly? List.
- use solar energy to power home
- 4 R's- Reuse, Reclaim, Recycle, Re-Think

By Joshua Reyes Grade 6 on   4/11/2012 10:34 AM
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4-10-12: Sustainable Housing- Green Building
How can we make homes eco-friendly? List.
- use solar energy to power home
- 4 R's- Reuse, Reclaim, Recycle, Re-Think

By Princess Sauceda Grade 4 on   4/11/2012 10:36 AM
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4-17-12-> The Hopi
Hopi- peaceable or behaving one
Write and complete the sentences.
1. The Hopi are one of the Pueblo people who live in Arizona.
2. The Hopi lived in pueblos made of mud bricks.
3. The Hopi are farmers.
4. The Hopi artists make beautiful pottery and silver jewelry.
What is the name of the Hopi pottery pattern? Sikyatki

By Nick Morreo Grade 3 on   4/18/2012 10:04 AM
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4-17-12-> The Hopi
Hopi- peaceable or behaving one
Write and complete the sentences.
1. The Hopi are one of the Pueblo people who live in Arizona.
2. The Hopi lived in pueblos made of mud bricks.
3. The Hopi are farmers.
4. The Hopi artists make beautiful pottery and silver jewelry.
What is the name of the Hopi pottery pattern? Sikyatki

By Maria Castro Grade 4 on   4/18/2012 10:04 AM
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4-17-12-> The Hopi
Hopi- peaceable or behaving one
Write and complete the sentences.
1. The Hopi are one of the Pueblo people who live in Arizona.
2. The Hopi lived in pueblos made of mud bricks.
3. The Hopi are farmers.
4. The Hopi artists make beautiful pottery and silver jewelry.
What is the name of the Hopi pottery pattern? Sikyatki

By Isaiah Huerta Grade 3 on   4/18/2012 10:05 AM
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4-17-12-> The Hopi
Hopi- peaceable or behaving one
Write and complete the sentences.
1. The Hopi are one of the Pueblo people who live in Arizona.
2. The Hopi lived in pueblos made of mud bricks.
3. The Hopi are farmers.
4. The Hopi artists make beautiful pottery and silver jewelry.
What is the name of the Hopi pottery pattern? Sikyatki

By Christian Mirelez Grade 3 on   4/18/2012 10:05 AM
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04-17-12

Hopi- Peaceable or behaving one.
Completing the sentences
1. The Hopi are one of the pueblo people who live in: Arizona.
2. The Hopi lived in Pueblosmade of mud bricks.
3. The Hopi are: farmers.
4. The Hopi artists made beautiful pottery and silver Jewelry.

What is the name of the Hopi pottery pattern? Sikyatki.

By Yolanda Fox on   4/18/2012 10:05 AM
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4-17-12-> The Hopi
Hopi- peaceable or behaving one
Write and complete the sentences.
1. The Hopi are one of the Pueblo people who live in Arizona.
2. The Hopi lived in pueblos made of mud bricks.
3. The Hopi are farmers.
4. The Hopi artists make beautiful pottery and silver jewelry.
What is the name of the Hopi pottery pattern? Sikyatki

By Jorge Arellano Grade 3 on   4/18/2012 10:06 AM
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4-24-12: 1. Ability- able to perform. 2. Convince- to cause someone to adopt a certain belief. 3. Assist- to help.
1. The Navajo girl had the ability to weave.
2. Frog convinced Coyote to race him.
3. Frog's friends assisted him in the race.

By Yolanda Fox on   4/25/2012 12:38 PM
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4-24-12: 1. Ability- able to perform. 2. Convince- to cause someone to adopt a certain belief. 3. Assist- to help.
1. The Navajo girl had the ability to weave.
2. Frog convinced Coyote to race him.
3. Frog's friends assisted him in the race.

By Maria Castro on   4/25/2012 12:39 PM
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4-24-12: 1. Ability- able to perform. 2. Convince- to cause someone to adopt a certain belief. 3. Assist- to help.
1. The Navajo girl had the ability to weave.
2. Frog convinced Coyote to race him.
3. Frog's friends assisted him in the race.

By Princess Sauceda on   4/25/2012 12:40 PM
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4-24-12: 1. Ability- able to perform. 2. Convince- to cause someone to adopt a certain belief. 3. Assist- to help.
1. The Navajo girl had the ability to weave.
2. Frog convinced Coyote to race him.
3. Frog's friends assisted him in the race.

By Valentino Fox on   4/25/2012 12:40 PM
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4-24-12: 1. Ability- able to perform. 2. Convince- to cause someone to adopt a certain belief. 3. Assist- to help.
1. The Navajo girl had the ability to weave.
2. Frog convinced Coyote to race him.
3. Frog's friends assisted him in the race.

By Christian Mirelez on   4/25/2012 12:41 PM
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4-24-12: 1. Ability- able to perform. 2. Convince- to cause someone to adopt a certain belief. 3. Assist- to help.
1. The Navajo girl had the ability to weave.
2. Frog convinced Coyote to race him.
3. Frog's friends assisted him in the race.

By Raul Rizo on   4/25/2012 12:41 PM
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4-24-12: 1. Ability- able to perform. 2. Convince- to cause someone to adopt a certain belief. 3. Assist- to help.
1. The Navajo girl had the ability to weave.
2. Frog convinced Coyote to race him.
3. Frog's friends assisted him in the race.

By Jorge Arellano on   4/25/2012 12:41 PM
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05-01-12

Ancestor- a descendant who lived long before.
Extraordinary-remarkable or amazing
Traditional-handing down beliefs or customs

Write the sentences (Fill in the blanks)

1. We celebrate the extraordinary/ordinary)
customs of my ancestors, the Wea Indians. (Aunt's/Ancestors)

2. We Honor them by dressing in traditional clothing at (traditional/traditioned) the festival.

05-08-12

Mystify-to confuse or puzzle
Wander-to move about without a fited coarse

"Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks."
1. The Plains boy wandered around the village. (wandered/wandering)
2. The Sioux girl was mystified. (myserious/mystified)

By Nick Morreo on   5/9/2012 10:06 AM
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04-26-12

Locate-to discover the place or location of.....

scatter-to seperate and go in different directions.

evacuate- to make a hole and dig out materials.

1. The Tewa girl drapped the claypot and the pieces scattered on the road.
2. The archaeologists were excavating the Native American Village.
3. The archaeologists tried to locate the remains of Nativw American Life.

05-01-12

Ancestor- a descendant who lived long before.
Extraordinary-remarkable or amazing
Traditional-handing down beliefs or customs

Write the sentences (Fill in the blanks)

1. We celebrate the extraordinary/ordinary)
customs of my ancestors, the Wea Indians. (Aunt's/Ancestors)

2. We Honor them by dressing in traditional clothing at (traditional/traditioned) the festival.

05-08-12

Mystify-to confuse or puzzle
Wander-to move about without a fited coarse

"Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks."
1. The Plains boy wandered around the village. (wandered/wandering)
2. The Sioux girl was mystified. (myserious/mystified)

By Yolanda Fox 4th Grade on   5/9/2012 10:19 AM
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04-26-12
Locate- to discover the place or location of......
scatter-to seperate and go in different directions
excavate-to make a hole and dig out materials.

The Tewa girl dropped the clay pot and the pieces scattered on the road.
The archaeologists were excavating the Native American Village.
The archaeologists tried to locate the remains of Native American life.


05-01-12

Ancestor- a descendant who lived long before.
Extraordinary-remarkable or amazing
Traditional-handing down beliefs or customs

Write the sentences (Fill in the blanks)

1. We celebrate the extraordinary/ordinary)
customs of my ancestors, the Wea Indians. (Aunt's/Ancestors)

2. We Honor them by dressing in traditional clothing at (traditional/traditioned) the festival.

05-08-12

Mystify-to confuse or puzzle
Wander-to move about without a fited coarse

"Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks."
1. The Plains boy wandered around the village. (wandered/wandering)
2. The Sioux girl was mystified. (myserious/mystified)

By Jorge Arellano 3rd Grade on   5/9/2012 10:30 AM
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04/26/2012

Vocabulary:

Locate- to discover the place or location

Scatter- to seperate and go in different directions

Excavate- to make a hole and dig out materials

05/08/2012:

Vocabulary:

Mystify- to confuse or puzzle

Wander- to move about without a fixed coarse

Sentences:

1) The Plains boy wandered around the village.

2)The Sioux girl was mystified by the Native story.

By Princess Sauceda- Grade 4 on   5/9/2012 10:34 AM
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04-26-12

Locate-to discover the place or location of.....
scatter-to seperate and go in different directions
excavate- to make a hiole and dig out materials

1. The Tewa girl dropped the clay pot and the pieces scattered on the road.
2. The archaeologist tried to locate the remains of Native American life.

05-01-12

Ancestor- a descendant who lived long before.
Extraordinary-remarkable or amazing
Traditional-handing down beliefs or customs

Write the sentences (Fill in the blanks)

1. We celebrate the extraordinary/ordinary)
customs of my ancestors, the Wea Indians. (Aunt's/Ancestors)

2. We Honor them by dressing in traditional clothing at (traditional/traditioned) the festival.

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Mystify-to confuse or puzzle
Wander-to move about without a fited coarse

"Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks."
1. The Plains boy wandered around the village. (wandered/wandering)
2. The Sioux girl was mystified. (myserious/mystified)

By Maria Castro 4th Grade on   5/9/2012 10:55 AM
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05/01/2012

Vocabulary:

Ancestor- a descendant who lived long before

Extraordinary- remarkable or amazing

Traditional- handing down beliefs or customs

Sentences:

1) We celebrate the extraordinary customs of my ancestors, the Cahuilla Indians.

2) We honor them by dressing in traditional clothing at the festival.

By Isaiah Valenzuela- Grade 3 on   5/9/2012 11:02 AM
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05/08/2012

Vocabulary:

Mystify- to confuse or puzzle

Wander- to move about without a fixed coarse

Sentences:

1) The Plains boy wandered around the village.

2) The Sioux girlwas mystified by the Nativ story.

By Yuli Ward- Grade 3 on   5/9/2012 11:06 AM
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Locate-to discover the place or location of.......
scatter-to seperate and go in different directions
excavate-to make a hole and dig out materials

1. The Tewa girl dropped the clay pot and the pieces scattered on the road.
2. The archaeologists were excavating the Native American Village.
3.The archaeologists tried to locate the remains of Native American Life.


05-01-12

Ancestor- a descendant who lived long before.
Extraordinary-remarkable or amazing
Traditional-handing down beliefs or customs

Write the sentences (Fill in the blanks)

1. We celebrate the (extraordinary/ordinary)
customs of my ancestors, the Wea Indians. (Aunt's/Ancestors)

2. We Honor them by dressing in traditional clothing at (traditional/traditioned) the festival.

05-08-12

Mystify-to confuse or puzzle
Wander-to move about without a fited coarse

"Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks."
1. The Plains boy wandered around the village. (wandered/wandering)
2. The Sioux girl was mystified. (myserious/mystified)

By Christian Mirelez (3rd Grade) on   5/9/2012 11:13 AM
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04/26/2012

Vocabulary:

Locate- to discover the place or location of

Scatter- to seperate and go in different directions

Excavate- to make a hole and dig out materials

Sentences:

1) The Tewa girl dropped the clay pot and the pieces scattered on the road.

2) The archaeologists were excavating the Native American village.

3) The archaeologist tried to locate the remains of Native American life.

05/01/2012

Vocabulary:

Ancestor- a descendant who lived long before

Extraordinary- remarkable or amazing

Traditional- handing down beliefs or customs

Sentences:

1) We celebrate the extraordinary customs of my ancestors the Cahuilla Indians.

2) We honor them by dressing in traditional clothing at the festival.



By Raul Rizo- Grade 3 on   5/9/2012 11:15 AM
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5-15-2012: Vocabulary words->Travois - a sled used by the Plains tribes to carry goods.
Sled - Used to travel over snow. Toboggan - a long flat bottomed sled. Kayak - a conoe with a small opening. Umiaks - a large, open boat covered with skins.

Sentences: 1. A travois had a wooden frame in the shape of a V. 2. Sleds had a platform raised above the ground. 3. Toboggans rested on the snow. 4. Kayaks and Umiaks were used by the Far North people.

By Yolanda Fox Grade 5 on   5/17/2012 12:27 PM
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5-15-2012: Vocabulary words->Travois - a sled used by the Plains tribes to carry goods.
Sled - Used to travel over snow. Toboggan - a long flat bottomed sled. Kayak - a conoe with a small opening. Umiaks - a large, open boat covered with skins.

Sentences: 1. A travois had a wooden frame in the shape of a V. 2. Sleds had a platform raised above the ground. 3. Toboggans rested on the snow. 4. Kayaks and Umiaks were used by the Far North people.

By Maria Castro Grade 4 on   5/17/2012 12:28 PM
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5-15-2012: Vocabulary words->Travois - a sled used by the Plains tribes to carry goods.
Sled - Used to travel over snow. Toboggan - a long flat bottomed sled. Kayak - a conoe with a small opening. Umiaks - a large, open boat covered with skins.

Sentences: 1. A travois had a wooden frame in the shape of a V. 2. Sleds had a platform raised above the ground. 3. Toboggans rested on the snow. 4. Kayaks and Umiaks were used by the Far North people.

By Valentino Fox Grade 6 on   5/17/2012 12:28 PM
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5-15-2012: Vocabulary words->Travois - a sled used by the Plains tribes to carry goods.
Sled - Used to travel over snow. Toboggan - a long flat bottomed sled. Kayak - a conoe with a small opening. Umiaks - a large, open boat covered with skins.

Sentences: 1. A travois had a wooden frame in the shape of a V. 2. Sleds had a platform raised above the ground. 3. Toboggans rested on the snow. 4. Kayaks and Umiaks were used by the Far North people.

By Princess Sauceda Grade 4 on   5/17/2012 12:29 PM
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5-15-2012: Vocabulary words->Travois - a sled used by the Plains tribes to carry goods.
Sled - Used to travel over snow. Toboggan - a long flat bottomed sled. Kayak - a conoe with a small opening. Umiaks - a large, open boat covered with skins.

Sentences: 1. A travois had a wooden frame in the shape of a V. 2. Sleds had a platform raised above the ground. 3. Toboggans rested on the snow. 4. Kayaks and Umiaks were used by the Far North people.

By Jorge Arellano Grade 3 on   5/17/2012 12:31 PM
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5-15-2012: Vocabulary words->Travois - a sled used by the Plains tribes to carry goods.
Sled - Used to travel over snow. Toboggan - a long flat bottomed sled. Kayak - a conoe with a small opening. Umiaks - a large, open boat covered with skins.

Sentences: 1. A travois had a wooden frame in the shape of a V. 2. Sleds had a platform raised above the ground. 3. Toboggans rested on the snow. 4. Kayaks and Umiaks were used by the Far North people.

By Raul Rizo Grade 3 on   5/17/2012 12:31 PM
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5-15-2012: Vocabulary words->Travois - a sled used by the Plains tribes to carry goods.
Sled - Used to travel over snow. Toboggan - a long flat bottomed sled. Kayak - a conoe with a small opening. Umiaks - a large, open boat covered with skins.

Sentences: 1. A travois had a wooden frame in the shape of a V. 2. Sleds had a platform raised above the ground. 3. Toboggans rested on the snow. 4. Kayaks and Umiaks were used by the Far North people.

By Nick Morreo Grade 3 on   5/17/2012 12:32 PM
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5-15-2012: Vocabulary words->Travois - a sled used by the Plains tribes to carry goods.
Sled - Used to travel over snow. Toboggan - a long flat bottomed sled. Kayak - a conoe with a small opening. Umiaks - a large, open boat covered with skins.

Sentences: 1. A travois had a wooden frame in the shape of a V. 2. Sleds had a platform raised above the ground. 3. Toboggans rested on the snow. 4. Kayaks and Umiaks were used by the Far North people.

By Christian Mirelez Grade 3 on   5/17/2012 12:33 PM
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05-15-12
Native American Transportation
Travois- a sled used by the Plains tribes to carry goods
Sled- used to travel over snow
Toboggan- a long, flat- bottomed sled
Kayak- a canoe with a small opening
Umiak- a large, open boat covered with skins

Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. A travois had a wooden frame in the shape of a V.
2. Sleds had a platform raised above the ground.
3. Toboggans rested on the snow.
4. Kayaks and Umiaks were used by the Far North people.

05-17-12
Native American Transportation
Bark Canoe- a light boat made with the bark of a birch tree
Dugout Canoe- a boat made of hallowed-out log
Snowshoes- a racket shaped frame worn on each foot to walk in snow
Plank Boat- a boat made of planks that are glued together with tar
Bullboat- a boat with a willow frame covered with buffalo hides
Balsaboat- a light boat made of plants called thule

Sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. Bark canoes were a favorite among Native American tribes such as the Iroquis and the
Algonquin.
2.Dugout canoes were the most common Native American boat and were much longer than
bark canoes.
3.Snowshoes used for hunting were narrow and long, while those used for walking were wide
and strong.
4. The Chumash tribe made plank boats made of driftwood that washed ashore.
5. Bullboats were round and hard to navigate.
6. Balsa boats were strong and made out of plants not wood, but wow could they float!

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Apache- a tribe who lived on the Great Plains, in the southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico.
Geronimo- a leader of the Chiricahua Apaches
Wickiups- round houses made from branches

Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. The Apaches traveled from place to place hunting buffalo.
2. They were among the first Native Americans to ride horses.
3. The Apaches lived in tipis and wickiups.
4. The Apaches were known for being good traders and fierce warriors.

By Yolanda Fox- Grade 5 on   5/23/2012 10:10 AM
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05-15-12
Native American Transportation
Travois- a sled used by the Plains tribes to carry goods
Sled- used to travel over snow
Toboggan- a long, flat- bottomed sled
Kayak- a canoe with a small opening
Umiak- a large, open boat covered with skins

Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. A travois had a wooden frame in the shape of a V.
2. Sleds had a platform raised above the ground.
3. Toboggans rested on the snow.
4. Kayaks and Umiaks were used by the Far North people.

05-17-12
Native American Transportation
Bark Canoe- a light boat made with the bark of a birch tree
Dugout Canoe- a boat made of hallowed-out log
Snowshoes- a racket shaped frame worn on each foot to walk in snow
Plank Boat- a boat made of planks that are glued together with tar
Bullboat- a boat with a willow frame covered with buffalo hides
Balsaboat- a light boat made of plants called thule

Sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. Bark canoes were a favorite among Native American tribes such as the Iroquis and the
Algonquin.
2.Dugout canoes were the most common Native American boat and were much longer than
bark canoes.
3.Snowshoes used for hunting were narrow and long, while those used for walking were wide
and strong.
4. The Chumash tribe made plank boats made of driftwood that washed ashore.
5. Bullboats were round and hard to navigate.
6. Balsa boats were strong and made out of plants not wood, but wow could they float!

05-22-12
Apache- a tribe who lived on the Great Plains, in the southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico.
Geronimo- a leader of the Chiricahua Apaches
Wickiups- round houses made from branches

Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. The Apaches traveled from place to place hunting buffalo.
2. They were among the first Native Americans to ride horses.
3. The Apaches lived in tipis and wickiups.
4. The Apaches were known for being good traders and fierce warriors.

By Maria Castro- Grade 4 on   5/23/2012 10:11 AM
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05-15-12
Native American Transportation
Travois- a sled used by the Plains tribes to carry goods
Sled- used to travel over snow
Toboggan- a long, flat- bottomed sled
Kayak- a canoe with a small opening
Umiak- a large, open boat covered with skins

Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. A travois had a wooden frame in the shape of a V.
2. Sleds had a platform raised above the ground.
3. Toboggans rested on the snow.
4. Kayaks and Umiaks were used by the Far North people.

05-17-12
Native American Transportation
Bark Canoe- a light boat made with the bark of a birch tree
Dugout Canoe- a boat made of hallowed-out log
Snowshoes- a racket shaped frame worn on each foot to walk in snow
Plank Boat- a boat made of planks that are glued together with tar
Bullboat- a boat with a willow frame covered with buffalo hides
Balsaboat- a light boat made of plants called thule

Sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. Bark canoes were a favorite among Native American tribes such as the Iroquis and the
Algonquin.
2.Dugout canoes were the most common Native American boat and were much longer than
bark canoes.
3.Snowshoes used for hunting were narrow and long, while those used for walking were wide
and strong.
4. The Chumash tribe made plank boats made of driftwood that washed ashore.
5. Bullboats were round and hard to navigate.
6. Balsa boats were strong and made out of plants not wood, but wow could they float!

05-22-12
Apache- a tribe who lived on the Great Plains, in the southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico.
Geronimo- a leader of the Chiricahua Apaches
Wickiups- round houses made from branches

Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. The Apaches traveled from place to place hunting buffalo.
2. They were among the first Native Americans to ride horses.
3. The Apaches lived in tipis and wickiups.
4. The Apaches were known for being good traders and fierce warriors.

By Nick Morreo- Grade 3 on   5/23/2012 10:12 AM
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05-15-12
Native American Transportation
Travois- a sled used by the Plains tribes to carry goods
Sled- used to travel over snow
Toboggan- a long, flat- bottomed sled
Kayak- a canoe with a small opening
Umiak- a large, open boat covered with skins

Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. A travois had a wooden frame in the shape of a V.
2. Sleds had a platform raised above the ground.
3. Toboggans rested on the snow.
4. Kayaks and Umiaks were used by the Far North people.

05-17-12
Native American Transportation
Bark Canoe- a light boat made with the bark of a birch tree
Dugout Canoe- a boat made of hallowed-out log
Snowshoes- a racket shaped frame worn on each foot to walk in snow
Plank Boat- a boat made of planks that are glued together with tar
Bullboat- a boat with a willow frame covered with buffalo hides
Balsaboat- a light boat made of plants called thule

Sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. Bark canoes were a favorite among Native American tribes such as the Iroquis and the
Algonquin.
2.Dugout canoes were the most common Native American boat and were much longer than
bark canoes.
3.Snowshoes used for hunting were narrow and long, while those used for walking were wide
and strong.
4. The Chumash tribe made plank boats made of driftwood that washed ashore.
5. Bullboats were round and hard to navigate.
6. Balsa boats were strong and made out of plants not wood, but wow could they float!

05-22-12
Apache- a tribe who lived on the Great Plains, in the southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico.
Geronimo- a leader of the Chiricahua Apaches
Wickiups- round houses made from branches

Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. The Apaches traveled from place to place hunting buffalo.
2. They were among the first Native Americans to ride horses.
3. The Apaches lived in tipis and wickiups.
4. The Apaches were known for being good traders and fierce warriors.

By Christian Mirelez- Grade 3 on   5/23/2012 10:12 AM
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05-15-12
Native American Transportation
Travois- a sled used by the Plains tribes to carry goods
Sled- used to travel over snow
Toboggan- a long, flat- bottomed sled
Kayak- a canoe with a small opening
Umiak- a large, open boat covered with skins

Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. A travois had a wooden frame in the shape of a V.
2. Sleds had a platform raised above the ground.
3. Toboggans rested on the snow.
4. Kayaks and Umiaks were used by the Far North people.

05-17-12
Native American Transportation
Bark Canoe- a light boat made with the bark of a birch tree
Dugout Canoe- a boat made of hallowed-out log
Snowshoes- a racket shaped frame worn on each foot to walk in snow
Plank Boat- a boat made of planks that are glued together with tar
Bullboat- a boat with a willow frame covered with buffalo hides
Balsaboat- a light boat made of plants called thule

Sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. Bark canoes were a favorite among Native American tribes such as the Iroquis and the
Algonquin.
2.Dugout canoes were the most common Native American boat and were much longer than
bark canoes.
3.Snowshoes used for hunting were narrow and long, while those used for walking were wide
and strong.
4. The Chumash tribe made plank boats made of driftwood that washed ashore.
5. Bullboats were round and hard to navigate.
6. Balsa boats were strong and made out of plants not wood, but wow could they float!

05-22-12
Apache- a tribe who lived on the Great Plains, in the southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico.
Geronimo- a leader of the Chiricahua Apaches
Wickiups- round houses made from branches

Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. The Apaches traveled from place to place hunting buffalo.
2. They were among the first Native Americans to ride horses.
3. The Apaches lived in tipis and wickiups.
4. The Apaches were known for being good traders and fierce warriors.

By Jorge Arellano- Grade 3 on   5/23/2012 10:13 AM
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05-17-12
Native American Transportation
Bark Canoe- a light boat made with the bark of a birch tree
Dugout Canoe- a boat made of hallowed-out log
Snowshoes- a racket shaped frame worn on each foot to walk in snow
Plank Boat- a boat made of planks that are glued together with tar
Bullboat- a boat with a willow frame covered with buffalo hides
Balsaboat- a light boat made of plants called thule

Sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. Bark canoes were a favorite among Native American tribes such as the Iroquis and the
Algonquin.
2.Dugout canoes were the most common Native American boat and were much longer than
bark canoes.
3.Snowshoes used for hunting were narrow and long, while those used for walking were wide
and strong.
4. The Chumash tribe made plank boats made of driftwood that washed ashore.
5. Bullboats were round and hard to navigate.
6. Balsa boats were strong and made out of plants not wood, but wow could they float!

05-22-12
Apache- a tribe who lived on the Great Plains, in the southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico.
Geronimo- a leader of the Chiricahua Apaches
Wickiups- round houses made from branches

Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. The Apaches traveled from place to place hunting buffalo.
2. They were among the first Native Americans to ride horses.
3. The Apaches lived in tipis and wickiups.
4. The Apaches were known for being good traders and fierce warriors.

By Yuli Ward- Grade 3 on   5/23/2012 10:14 AM
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05-15-12
Native American Transportation
Travois- a sled used by the Plains tribes to carry goods
Sled- used to travel over snow
Toboggan- a long, flat- bottomed sled
Kayak- a canoe with a small opening
Umiak- a large, open boat covered with skins

Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. A travois had a wooden frame in the shape of a V.
2. Sleds had a platform raised above the ground.
3. Toboggans rested on the snow.
4. Kayaks and Umiaks were used by the Far North people.

05-17-12
Native American Transportation
Bark Canoe- a light boat made with the bark of a birch tree
Dugout Canoe- a boat made of hallowed-out log
Snowshoes- a racket shaped frame worn on each foot to walk in snow
Plank Boat- a boat made of planks that are glued together with tar
Bullboat- a boat with a willow frame covered with buffalo hides
Balsaboat- a light boat made of plants called thule

Sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. Bark canoes were a favorite among Native American tribes such as the Iroquis and the
Algonquin.
2.Dugout canoes were the most common Native American boat and were much longer than
bark canoes.
3.Snowshoes used for hunting were narrow and long, while those used for walking were wide
and strong.
4. The Chumash tribe made plank boats made of driftwood that washed ashore.
5. Bullboats were round and hard to navigate.
6. Balsa boats were strong and made out of plants not wood, but wow could they float!

05-22-12
Apache- a tribe who lived on the Great Plains, in the southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico.
Geronimo- a leader of the Chiricahua Apaches
Wickiups- round houses made from branches

By Valentino Fox- Grade 6 on   5/23/2012 10:15 AM
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05-17-12
Native American Transportation
Bark Canoe- a light boat made with the bark of a birch tree
Dugout Canoe- a boat made of hallowed-out log
Snowshoes- a racket shaped frame worn on each foot to walk in snow
Plank Boat- a boat made of planks that are glued together with tar
Bullboat- a boat with a willow frame covered with buffalo hides
Balsaboat- a light boat made of plants called thule

Sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. Bark canoes were a favorite among Native American tribes such as the Iroquis and the
Algonquin.
2.Dugout canoes were the most common Native American boat and were much longer than
bark canoes.
3.Snowshoes used for hunting were narrow and long, while those used for walking were wide
and strong.
4. The Chumash tribe made plank boats made of driftwood that washed ashore.
5. Bullboats were round and hard to navigate.
6. Balsa boats were strong and made out of plants not wood, but wow could they float!

By Isaiah Huerta- Grade 3 on   5/23/2012 10:16 AM
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05-17-12
Native American Transportation
Bark Canoe- a light boat made with the bark of a birch tree
Dugout Canoe- a boat made of hallowed-out log
Snowshoes- a racket shaped frame worn on each foot to walk in snow
Plank Boat- a boat made of planks that are glued together with tar
Bullboat- a boat with a willow frame covered with buffalo hides
Balsaboat- a light boat made of plants called thule

By Douglas Duro- Grade 4 on   5/23/2012 10:19 AM
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05-15-12
Native American Transportation
Travois- a sled used by the Plains tribes to carry goods
Sled- used to travel over snow
Toboggan- a long, flat- bottomed sled
Kayak- a canoe with a small opening
Umiak- a large, open boat covered with skins

Write the sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. A travois had a wooden frame in the shape of a V.
2. Sleds had a platform raised above the ground.
3. Toboggans rested on the snow.
4. Kayaks and Umiaks were used by the Far North people.

05-17-12
Native American Transportation

Sentences. Fill in the blanks.
1. Bark canoes were a favorite among Native American tribes such as the Iroquis and the
Algonquin.
2.Dugout canoes were the most common Native American boat and were much longer than
bark canoes.
3.Snowshoes used for hunting were narrow and long, while those used for walking were wide
and strong.
4. The Chumash tribe made plank boats made of driftwood that washed ashore.
5. Bullboats were round and hard to navigate.
6. Balsa boats were strong and made out of plants not wood, but wow could they float!

By Princess Sauceda- Grade 4 on   5/23/2012 10:21 AM
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05-29-12
Native American Vocabulary
Sacagawea- Bird Women
Lewis and Clark Expedition- an expedition sent by Thomas Jefferson to explore the
northwestern territories of the U.S.

Write and correct the sentences:
1. Sacagawea was the daughter of a Shoshone chief.
2. Her tribe lived near the Rocky Mountains where Idaho is today.
3. Her tribe moved around to follow buffalo herds.
4. Sacagawea is on the U.S. dollar gold coin.
5. She is one of the most honored women in American History.

By Nick Morreo 3rd Grade on   5/30/2012 9:50 AM
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05-29-12
Native American Vocabulary
Sacagawea- Bird Women
Lewis and Clark Expedition- an expedition sent by Thomas Jefferson to explore the
northwestern territories of the U.S.

Write and correct the sentences:
1. Sacagawea was the daughter of a Shoshone chief.
2. Her tribe lived near the Rocky Mountains where Idaho is today.
3. Her tribe moved around to follow buffalo herds.
4. Sacagawea is on the U.S. dollar gold coin.
5. She is one of the most honored women in American History.

By Raul Rizo 3rd Grade on   5/30/2012 9:51 AM
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05-29-12
Native American Vocabulary
Sacagawea- Bird Women
Lewis and Clark Expedition- an expedition sent by Thomas Jefferson to explore the
northwestern territories of the U.S.

Write and correct the sentences:
1. Sacagawea was the daughter of a Shoshone chief.
2. Her tribe lived near the Rocky Mountains where Idaho is today.
3. Her tribe moved around to follow buffalo herds.
4. Sacagawea is on the U.S. dollar gold coin.
5. She is one of the most honored women in American History.

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Native American Vocabulary
Sacagawea- Bird Women
Lewis and Clark Expedition- an expedition sent by Thomas Jefferson to explore the
northwestern territories of the U.S.

Write and correct the sentences:
1. Sacagawea was the daughter of a Shoshone chief.
2. Her tribe lived near the Rocky Mountains where Idaho is today.
3. Her tribe moved around to follow buffalo herds.
4. Sacagawea is on the U.S. dollar gold coin.
5. She is one of the most honored women in American History.

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05-29-12
Native American Vocabulary
Sacagawea- Bird Women
Lewis and Clark Expedition- an expedition sent by Thomas Jefferson to explore the
northwestern territories of the U.S.

Write and correct the sentences:
1. Sacagawea was the daughter of a Shoshone chief.
2. Her tribe lived near the Rocky Mountains where Idaho is today.
3. Her tribe moved around to follow buffalo herds.
4. Sacagawea is on the U.S. dollar gold coin.
5. She is one of the most honored women in American History.

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05-29-12
Native American Vocabulary
Sacagawea- Bird Women
Lewis and Clark Expedition- an expedition sent by Thomas Jefferson to explore the
northwestern territories of the U.S.

Write and correct the sentences:
1. Sacagawea was the daughter of a Shoshone chief.
2. Her tribe lived near the Rocky Mountains where Idaho is today.
3. Her tribe moved around to follow buffalo herds.
4. Sacagawea is on the U.S. dollar gold coin.
5. She is one of the most honored women in American History.

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Native American Vocabulary
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Lewis and Clark Expedition- an expedition sent by Thomas Jefferson to explore the
northwestern territories of the U.S.

Write and correct the sentences:
1. Sacagawea was the daughter of a Shoshone chief.

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Re: (3rd-6th) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
05-29-12
Native American Vocabulary
Sacagawea- Bird Women
Lewis and Clark Expedition- an expedition sent by Thomas Jefferson to explore the
northwestern territories of the U.S.

Write and correct the sentences:
1. Sacagawea was the daughter of a Shoshone chief.
Re: (3rd-6th) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
05-29-12
Native American Vocabulary
Sacagawea- Bird Women
Lewis and Clark Expedition- an expedition sent by Thomas Jefferson to explore the
northwestern territories of the U.S.

Write and correct the sentences:
1. Sacagawea was the daughter of a Shoshone chief.
2. Her tribe lived near the Rocky Mountains where Idaho is today.
3. Her tribe moved around to follow buffalo herds.
4. Sacagawea is on the U.S. dollar gold coin.
5. She is one of the most honored women in American History.
Re: (3rd-6th) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
05-29-12
Native American Vocabulary
Sacagawea- Bird Women
Lewis and Clark Expedition- an expedition sent by Thomas Jefferson to explore the
northwestern territories of the U.S.

Write and correct the sentences:
1. Sacagawea was the daughter of a Shoshone chief.
2. Her tribe lived near the Rocky Mountains where Idaho is today.
3. Her tribe moved around to follow buffalo herds.
4. Sacagawea is on the U.S. dollar gold coin.
5. She is one of the most honored women in American History.
Re: (3rd-6th) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
05-29-12
Native American Vocabulary
Sacagawea- Bird Women
Lewis and Clark Expedition- an expedition sent by Thomas Jefferson to explore the
northwestern territories of the U.S.

Write and correct the sentences:
1. Sacagawea was the daughter of a Shoshone chief.
2. Her tribe lived near the Rocky Mountains where Idaho is today.
3. Her tribe moved around to follow buffalo herds.
4. Sacagawea is on the U.S. dollar gold coin.
5. She is one of the most honored women in American History.
Re: (3rd-6th) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
05-29-12
Native American Vocabulary
Sacagawea- Bird Women
Lewis and Clark Expedition- an expedition sent by Thomas Jefferson to explore the
northwestern territories of the U.S.

Write and correct the sentences:
1. Sacagawea was the daughter of a Shoshone chief.
2. Her tribe lived near the Rocky Mountains where Idaho is today.
3. Her tribe moved around to follow buffalo herds.
4. Sacagawea is on the U.S. dollar gold coin.
5. She is one of the most honored women in American History.
Re: (3rd-6th) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
05-29-12
Native American Vocabulary
Sacagawea- Bird Women
Lewis and Clark Expedition- an expedition sent by Thomas Jefferson to explore the
northwestern territories of the U.S.

Write and correct the sentences:
1. Sacagawea was the daughter of a Shoshone chief.
2. Her tribe lived near the Rocky Mountains where Idaho is today.
3. Her tribe moved around to follow buffalo herds.
4. Sacagawea is on the U.S. dollar gold coin.
5. She is one of the most honored women in American History.
Re: (3rd-6th) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
05-29-12
Native American Vocabulary
Sacagawea- Bird Women
Lewis and Clark Expedition- an expedition sent by Thomas Jefferson to explore the
northwestern territories of the U.S.

Write and correct the sentences:
1. Sacagawea was the daughter of a Shoshone chief.
2. Her tribe lived near the Rocky Mountains where Idaho is today.
3. Her tribe moved around to follow buffalo herds.
4. Sacagawea is on the U.S. dollar gold coin.
5. She is one of the most honored women in American History.
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Native American Stories:
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* The People with Five Fingers- A Native Californian Creation Tale

Vocabulary Words:
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fur, beads, buckskin, sach, feathers, moccasins, arm bands, bear claw, blanket, leggings with strap to belt

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Native American Musical Instruments:
for as long the earth has been populated, people and music makers have been interrelated. The following are a few instruments Native Americans have used over the years- drums, rasps, bullroarer, flutes, rattles, snap sticks

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Native American Headbands:
headbands were typically used by a few tribes of the Northeast. Usually headbands consisted of a finger-woven or beaded deerskin strip wtih tribal designs on it


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All American Indians made baskets: Baskets were a big part of daily life in the tribes across the country. All Indians made baskets. They made woven baskets with the natural materials available to them

05/08/2012
Native American Stories
* The Animals Ballgame- A Cherokee Story
* The People with Five Fingers- A Native Californian Creation Tale

Vocabulary Words:
canoe, pottery, bison, wigwam, tipi, pueblo

05/15/2012
Native American Clothing:
fur, beads, buckskin, sach, feathers, moccasins, arm bands, bear claw, blanket, leggings with strap to belt

05/17/2012
Native American Musical Instruments:
for as long as the earth has been populated, people and music makers have been interrelated. The following are a few instruments Native Americans have used over the years- drums, rasps, bullroarer, flutes, rattles, snap sticks

05/22/2012
Native American Headbands:
headbands were typically used by a few tribes of the Northeast. Usually headbands consisted of a finger woven or beaded deerskin strip with tribal designs on it

Re: (Kindergarten- 2nd) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
05/01/2012
All American Indians made baskets: Baskets were a big part of daily life in tribes across the country. They made woven baskets out of the natural materials available to them

05/15/2012
Native American Clothing:
fur, beads, buckskin, sach, feathers, moccasins, arm bands, bear claw, blanket, leggings with straps to belt

05/17/2012
Native American Musical Instruments: For as long as the earth has been populated, people and music makes have been interrelated. The following are a few instruments Native Americans have used over the years- drums, rasps, bullroarer, flutes, rattles, snap sticks

05/22/2012
Native American Headbands:
Headbands were typically used by a few tribes of the Northeast. Usually headbands consisted of a finger woven or beaded deerskin strip with tribal designs on it

 

 

 

 

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