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9/27/11: Native American word of the day: Flute
What we learned today: Long O, Short O; Alphabet Practice, Identifying Shapes

10/10/11: Today we are learning: 1. Alphabet N worksheet 2. Learning all uppercase letters
Today's Native American word for the day is: Gold--Read short story on how native people hunted for gold until the Gold Rush 1850's.

10/18/11: Native American word for the day: Horse 1.Today we are learning sight words 2. word builders.--We read a short Native American paragraph on why horses were so critical for the hunt.

10/25/11: Native American Word of the day: Jewelry Today we are learning the letter N and vowel sounds--we read short native american books on the types of jewelry used by the natives.

11/03/11: Native American word of the day: Lacrosse--What we will learn today: sight words, Long A sounds, the letter U--We read a short story about the word "Lacrosse."

11/10/11: Native American word for the day: Names--What we learned today: 1. Making words. 2.Letter Sounds. 3.Writing a sentence.--We read a short paragraph on the tradition of naming.

11/17/11: Word of the day: Thanksgiving- the fourth Thursday in November observed as a legal holiday for giving thanks for divine goodness.

11/29/11: Native American word of the day: Osage- Bows and arrows were made of an osage orange tree.--Today we learned: 1.Word Practice 2. Sight Words 3. Beginning Sound Ss--also read paragraph on osage.

12/06/11: The meaning of Christmas to me is: presents.

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

By Dahlia Ward- Grade K on   12/13/2011 5:47 PM
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9/27/11: Native American word of the day: Flute
What we learned today: Long O, Short O; Alphabet Practice, Identifying Shapes

10/10/11: Today we are learning: 1. Alphabet N worksheet 2. Learning all uppercase letters
Today's Native American word for the day is: Gold--Read short story on how native people hunted for gold until the Gold Rush 1850's.

10/18/11: Native American word for the day: Horse 1.Today we are learning sight words 2. word builders.--We read a short Native American paragraph on why horses were so critical for the hunt.

10/25/11: Native American Word of the day: Jewelry Today we are learning the letter N and vowel sounds--we read short native american books on the types of jewelry used by the natives.

11/03/11: Native American word of the day: Lacrosse--What we will learn today: sight words, Long A sounds, the letter U--We read a short story about the word "Lacrosse."

11/10/11: Native American word for the day: Names--What we learned today: 1. Making words. 2.Letter Sounds. 3.Writing a sentence.--We read a short paragraph on the tradition of naming.

11/17/11: Word of the day: Thanksgiving- the fourth Thursday in November observed as a legal holiday for giving thanks for divine goodness.

11/29/11: Native American word of the day: Osage- Bows and arrows were made of an osage orange tree.--Today we learned: 1.Word Practice 2. Sight Words 3. Beginning Sound Ss--also read paragraph on osage.

12/06/11: The meaning of Christmas to me is: presents.

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

By Roberto Lavato - Grade K on   12/14/2011 1:57 PM
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9/27/11: Native American word of the day: FluteWhat we learned today: Long O, Short O; Alphabet Practice, Identifying Shapes

10/10/11: Absent

10/18/11: Native American word for the day: Horse 1.Today we are learning sight words 2. word builders.--We read a short Native American paragraph on why horses were so critical for the hunt.

10/25/11: Native American Word of the day: Jewelry Today we are learning the letter N and vowel sounds--we read short native american books on the types of jewelry used by the natives.

11/01/11: Absent

11/03/11: Absent

11/10/11: Native American word for the day: Names--What we learned today: 1. Making words. 2.Letter Sounds. 3.Writing a sentence.--We read a short paragraph on the tradition of naming.

11/17/11: Word of the day: Thanksgiving- the fourth Thursday in November observed as a legal holiday for giving thanks for divine goodness.

11/29/11: Native American word of the day: Osage- Bows and arrows were made of an osage orange tree.--Today we learned: 1.Word Practice 2. Sight Words 3. Beginning Sound Ss--also read paragraph on osage.

12/06/11: The meaning of Christmas to me is: presents.

12/08/11: Absent

By Isreal Mulato - Grade K on   12/14/2011 2:01 PM
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9/27/11: Native American word of the day: Flute
What we learned today: Long O, Short O; Alphabet Practice, Identifying Shapes

10/13/11: Today we are learning: 1. Silent E scramble 2. Words ending in SP and SK.--We read a short story about how the native people hunted for gold until the Gold Rush of the 1850's.

10/18/11: Native American word for the day: Horse 1.Today we are learning sight words 2. word builders.--We read a short Native American paragraph on why horses were so critical for the hunt.

10/25/11: Native American Word of the day: Jewelry Today we are learning the letter N and vowel sounds--we read short native american books on the types of jewelry used by the natives.

11/03/11: Native American word of the day: Lacrosse--What we will learn today: sight words, Long A sounds, the letter U--We read a short story about the word "Lacrosse."

11/10/11: Native American word for the day: Names--What we learned today: 1. Making words. 2.Letter Sounds. 3.Writing a sentence.--We read a short paragraph on the tradition of naming.

11/17/11: Word of the day: Thanksgiving- the fourth Thursday in November observed as a legal holiday for giving thanks for divine goodness.

11/29/11: Native American word of the day: Osage- Bows and arrows were made of an osage orange tree.--Today we learned: 1.Word Practice 2. Sight Words 3. Beginning Sound Ss--also read paragraph on osage.

12/06/11: The meaning of Christmas to me is: Love and presents.

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

By Matthew Torres - Grade K on   12/14/2011 2:51 PM
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9/27/11: Native American word of the day: Flute
What we learned today: Long O, Short O; Alphabet Practice, Identifying Shapes

10/10/11: Today we are learning: 1. Alphabet N worksheet 2. Learning all uppercase letters
Today's Native American word for the day is: Gold--Read short story on how native people hunted for gold until the Gold Rush 1850's.

10/18/11: Absent

10/25/11: Native American Word of the day: Jewelry Today we are learning the letter N and vowel sounds--we read short native american books on the types of jewelry used by the natives.

11/03/11: Native American word of the day: Lacrosse--What we will learn today: sight words, Long A sounds, the letter U--We read a short story about the word "Lacrosse."

11/10/11:Absent

11/17/11: Word of the day: Thanksgiving- the fourth Thursday in November observed as a legal holiday for giving thanks for divine goodness.

11/29/11: Native American word of the day: Osage- Bows and arrows were made of an osage orange tree.--Today we learned: 1.Word Practice 2. Sight Words 3. Beginning Sound Ss--also read paragraph on osage.

12/06/11: The meaning of Christmas to me is: happy, presents, family love.

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

By Joel Lavato - Grade K on   12/14/2011 4:21 PM
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09/27/11:
Earth- soil, dirt and land

10/06/11:
Flute- the flute was used as a courting instrument

10/13/11:
Gold- Native people hunted for gold until the gold rush

11/01/11: Kachinas have always guided the prayers of the southwest people

11/03/11:
Lacrosse- a sport that helped Native people prepare for war

11/17/11:
Thanksgiving- the 4th Thursday in November observed as a legal holiday for giving thanks for divine goodness.

11/29/11: Osage bows and arrows were made from the limbs of an osage orange tree

12/06/11: The meaning of Christmas is happiness, presents, family and love

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

By Christian Arellano- Grade 2 on   12/14/2011 5:40 PM
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09/27/11:
Earth- soil, dirt, and land

10/10/11:
Gold- Native Americans hunted for gold until the Gold Rush in the 1850's

10/18/11: Today we read a story about Natives and their horses. Horses were critical to the Indian hunt.

10/25/11;
Kachinas- have always guided the prayers of the southwest people

11/03/11:
Lacrosse- sport that helped Native people prepare for war

11/10/11: Today we read about the Native American tradition of naming. Naming a child is an important tradition in many Native cultures

11/17/11:
Thanksgiving- The fourth thursday in November. It is observed as a legal holiday for giving thanks for divine goodness.

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

By Gabriel Morreo-Grade 2 on   12/14/2011 9:59 PM
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Word of the day "to give"

today we learned journal writting.

By Christian Arellano on   1/18/2012 12:36 PM
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01-17-12

Word of the day: meant "to give"

today we learned pottery shapes, journal writting and different shapes of NA Dolls.

By Joel Lavato on   1/18/2012 12:37 PM
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01-17-12

Native American word for the day:

Potloutch- a chinook word that means: "to give"

what I learned today was pottery shapes/ geometric shapes and designs.
journal writting and different types of Native American dolls.

By Hunwe-t Mirelez on   1/18/2012 12:40 PM
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01-17-12

Today the Native American Word of the day was Potlatch.
it means a chinook word meaning "to give"

Also I learned different pottery shapes
journal writting and different types of Native American Dolls.

By Dahlia Ward on   1/18/2012 12:42 PM
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01-17-12

Word of th day is Potlotch: a chinook word that means to give

what we learned today was different shapes of pottery journal writting and different types of Native American Dolls.

By Matthew Torres on   1/18/2012 12:44 PM
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01-17-12

Word of the day was Potloutch, it means "to give"
I also learned different shapes of pottery. Journal writting and different types of Native American Dolls.

By Israel Mulato on   1/18/2012 12:45 PM
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01-17-12

Native American word of the day: Potlouch it means to give.

I also learned different types of pottery shapes, the different types of Native American Dolls and how to do journal writting.

By Roberto Lavato on   1/18/2012 12:48 PM
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2-2-12: Today the students will be doing a Native American sensory poem. We will be discussing the five senses: sight, hear, touch, taste, and smell.

2-7-12: What do we know about Native Americans? They hunt, bow and arrow, tipi's.

2-9-12: Totempole: totems that symbolize family and historical relationships.

2-14-12: Read a history about the history of Valentine's Day.

2-16-12: Pueblo- housing for Native American's made of storng clay.

2-21-12: Dream Catcher: Native Americans hung them where they splept, some believe that during the night it caught bad dreams and let good dreams slip through.
-When the sun came up the trapped dreams were killed.

By Dahlia Ward on   2/22/2012 3:30 PM
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2-2-12: Today the students will be doing a Native American sensory poem. We will be discussing the five senses: sight, hear, touch, taste, and smell.

2-7-12: What do we know about Native Americans? They hunt, bow and arrow,and tipi's.

2-9-12: Totempole: totems that symbolize family and historical relationships.

2-14-12: Read a history about the history of Valentine's Day.

2-16-12: Pueblo- housing for Native American's made of storng clay.

2-21-12: Dream Catcher: Native Americans hung them where they splept, some believe that during the night it caught bad dreams and let good dreams slip through.
-When the sun came up the trapped dreams were killed.

By Dahlia Ward on   2/22/2012 3:32 PM
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2-2-12: Today the students will be doing a Native American sensory poem. We will be discussing the five senses: sight, hear, touch, taste, and smell.

2-7-12: What do we know about Native Americans? They hunt, bow and arrow, tipi's.

2-9-12: Totempole: totems that symbolize family and historical relationships.

2-14-12: Read a history about the history of Valentine's Day.

2-16-12: Pueblo- housing for Native American's made of storng clay.

2-21-12: Dream Catcher: Native Americans hung them where they splept, some believe that during the night it caught bad dreams and let good dreams slip through.
-When the sun came up the trapped dreams were killed.

By Matthew Torres on   2/22/2012 3:32 PM
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2-2-12: Today the students will be doing a Native American sensory poem. We will be discussing the five senses: sight, hear, touch, taste, and smell.

2-7-12: What do we know about Native Americans? They hunt, bow and arrow, tipi's.

2-9-12: Totempole: totems that symbolize family and historical relationships.

2-14-12: Read a history about the history of Valentine's Day.

2-16-12: Pueblo- housing for Native American's made of storng clay.

2-21-12: Dream Catcher: Native Americans hung them where they splept, some believe that during the night it caught bad dreams and let good dreams slip through.
-When the sun came up the trapped dreams were killed.

By Roberto Lavato on   2/22/2012 3:33 PM
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2-2-12: Today the students will be doing a Native American sensory poem. We will be discussing the five senses: sight, hear, touch, taste, and smell.

2-7-12: What do we know about Native Americans? They hunt, bow and arrow, tipi's, pottery and trade.

2-9-12: Totempole: Wooden pole carved with totems that symbolize family and historical relationships.

2-14-12: Read a history about the history of Valentine's Day.

2-16-12: Pueblo- housing for Native American's made of storng clay.

2-21-12: Dream Catcher: Native Americans hung them where they splept, some believe that during the night it caught bad dreams and let good dreams slip through.
-When the sun came up the trapped dreams were killed.

By Christian Arellano on   2/22/2012 3:35 PM
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2-2-12: Today the students will be doing a Native American sensory poem. We will be discussing the five senses: sight, hear, touch, taste, and smell.

2-7-12: What do we know about Native Americans? They hunt, bow and arrow, tipi's, pottery and trade.

2-9-12: Totempole: Wooden pole carved with totems that symbolize family and historical relationships.

2-14-12: Read a history about the history of Valentine's Day.

2-16-12: Pueblo- housing for Native American's made of storng clay.

2-21-12: Dream Catcher: Native Americans hung them where they splept, some believe that during the night it caught bad dreams and let good dreams slip through.
-When the sun came up the trapped dreams were killed.

By Joel Lavato on   2/22/2012 3:36 PM
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2-2-12: Today the students will be doing a Native American sensory poem. We will be discussing the five senses: sight, hear, touch, taste, and smell.

2-7-12: What do we know about Native Americans? They hunt, bow and arrow, tipi's, pottery and trade.

2-14-12: Read a history about the history of Valentine's Day.

2-16-12: Pueblo- housing for Native American's made of storng clay.

2-21-12: Dream Catcher: Native Americans hung them where they splept, some believe that during the night it caught bad dreams and let good dreams slip through.
-When the sun came up the trapped dreams were killed.

By Joel Lavato on   2/22/2012 3:38 PM
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2-23-12: List these Native American Words in alphebetical order: Arrow, Brave, Feather, Fire, Spear.

3-01-12: The Indian Family:
- Native Americans In the United States represent over 562 different tirbes.
-Native American women / mothers: Built their homes, grew crops, house hold duties.
-Native American Men / Fathers: Did the hunting, fishing, and collected furs/hides.
-Native American Grandmothers: Taught morals, traditions, cooking, sewing, and how to design clothing.

3-6-12: Today's Native American Word of the Day: Canoe- a small and light boat; pointed at both ends.

3-8-12: Indian Mothers: Our moms made our homes near the rivers. They fished and grew corn in the garden, then cooked over the fire at home.

3-13-12: Coyote ( a trickster tale from the American Southwest) By: Gerald McDermott
Beginning- Coyote followed his Nose.
Middle- Coyote tried to fly.
End- The Coyote fell.

3-22-12: Indian Dads- Native America Dads were strong and loving but were gone sometimes. They went for weeks to trade things along the rivers. When they came back the whole village got together.

Key words: Hunting, canoes, loving, smoked meat, strong, traded , and fur.

By Matthew Torres Grade K on   4/11/2012 1:19 PM
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2-23-12: List these Native American Words in alphebetical order: Arrow, Brave, Feather, Fire, Spear.

3-01-12: The Indian Family:
- Native Americans In the United States represent over 562 different tirbes.
-Native American women / mothers: Built their homes, grew crops, house hold duties.
-Native American Men / Fathers: Did the hunting, fishing, and collected furs/hides.
-Native American Grandmothers: Taught morals, traditions, cooking, sewing, and how to design clothing.

3-6-12: Today's Native American Word of the Day: Canoe- a small and light boat; pointed at both ends.

3-8-12: Indian Mothers: Our moms made our homes near the rivers. They fished and grew corn in the garden, then cooked over the fire at home.

3-13-12: Coyote ( a trickster tale from the American Southwest) By: Gerald McDermott
Beginning- Coyote followed his Nose.
Middle- Coyote tried to fly.
End- The Coyote fell.

3-22-12: Indian Dads- Native America Dads were strong and loving but were gone sometimes. They went for weeks to trade things along the rivers. When they came back the whole village got together.

Key words: Hunting, canoes, loving, smoked meat, strong, traded , and fur.

By Matthew Torres Grade K on   4/11/2012 1:19 PM
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2-23-12: List these Native American Words in alphebetical order: Arrow, Brave, Feather, Fire, Spear.

3-01-12: The Indian Family:
- Native Americans In the United States represent over 562 different tirbes.
-Native American women / mothers: Built their homes, grew crops, house hold duties.
-Native American Men / Fathers: Did the hunting, fishing, and collected furs/hides.
-Native American Grandmothers: Taught morals, traditions, cooking, sewing, and how to design clothing.

3-6-12: Today's Native American Word of the Day: Canoe- a small and light boat; pointed at both ends.

3-8-12: Indian Mothers: Our moms made our homes near the rivers. They fished and grew corn in the garden, then cooked over the fire at home.

3-13-12: Coyote ( a trickster tale from the American Southwest) By: Gerald McDermott
Beginning- Coyote followed his Nose.
Middle- Coyote tried to fly.
End- The Coyote fell.

3-22-12: Indian Dads- Native America Dads were strong and loving but were gone sometimes. They went for weeks to trade things along the rivers. When they came back the whole village got together.

Key words: Hunting, canoes, loving, smoked meat, strong, traded , and fur.

By Matthew Torres Grade K on   4/11/2012 1:20 PM
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2-23-12: List these Native American Words in alphebetical order: Arrow, Brave, Feather, Fire, Spear.

3-01-12: The Indian Family:
- Native Americans In the United States represent over 562 different tirbes.
-Native American women / mothers: Built their homes, grew crops, house hold duties.
-Native American Men / Fathers: Did the hunting, fishing, and collected furs/hides.
-Native American Grandmothers: Taught morals, traditions, cooking, sewing, and how to design clothing.

3-6-12: Today's Native American Word of the Day: Canoe- a small and light boat; pointed at both ends.

3-8-12: Indian Mothers: Our moms made our homes near the rivers. They fished and grew corn in the garden, then cooked over the fire at home.

3-13-12: Coyote ( a trickster tale from the American Southwest) By: Gerald McDermott
Beginning- Coyote followed his Nose.
Middle- Coyote tried to fly.
End- The Coyote fell.

3-22-12: Indian Dads- Native America Dads were strong and loving but were gone sometimes. They went for weeks to trade things along the rivers. When they came back the whole village got together.

Key words: Hunting, canoes, loving, smoked meat, strong, traded , and fur.

By Matthew Torres Grade K on   4/11/2012 1:20 PM
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2-23-12: List these Native American Words in alphebetical order: Arrow, Brave, Feather, Fire, Spear.

3-6-12: Today's Native American Word of the Day: Canoe- a small and light boat; pointed at both ends.

3-22-12: Indian Dads- Native America Dads were strong and loving but were gone sometimes. They went for weeks to trade things along the rivers. When they came back the whole village got together.

Key words: Hunting, canoes, loving, smoked meat, strong, traded , and fur.

By Alexandra Roosevelt Grade 1 on   4/11/2012 1:22 PM
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2-23-12: List these Native American Words in alphebetical order: Arrow, Brave, Feather, Fire, Spear.

3-01-12: The Indian Family:
- Native Americans In the United States represent over 562 different tirbes.
-Native American women / mothers: Built their homes, grew crops, house hold duties.
-Native American Men / Fathers: Did the hunting, fishing, and collected furs/hides.
-Native American Grandmothers: Taught morals, traditions, cooking, sewing, and how to design clothing.

3-8-12: Indian Mothers: Our moms made our homes near the rivers. They fished and grew corn in the garden, then cooked over the fire at home.

3-22-12: Indian Dads- Native America Dads were strong and loving but were gone sometimes. They went for weeks to trade things along the rivers. When they came back the whole village got together.

Key words: Hunting, canoes, loving, smoked meat, strong, traded , and fur.

By Gabriel Morreo Grade 2 on   4/11/2012 1:25 PM
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3-01-12: The Indian Family:
- Native Americans In the United States represent over 562 different tirbes.
-Native American women / mothers: Built their homes, grew crops, house hold duties.
-Native American Men / Fathers: Did the hunting, fishing, and collected furs/hides.
-Native American Grandmothers: Taught morals, traditions, cooking, sewing, and how to design clothing.

3-6-12: Today's Native American Word of the Day: Canoe- a small and light boat; pointed at both ends.

3-13-12: Coyote ( a trickster tale from the American Southwest) By: Gerald McDermott
Beginning- Coyote followed his Nose.
Middle- Coyote tried to fly.
End- The Coyote fell.

3-22-12: Indian Dads- Native America Dads were strong and loving but were gone sometimes. They went for weeks to trade things along the rivers. When they came back the whole village got together.

Key words: Hunting, canoes, loving, smoked meat, strong, traded , and fur.

By Hunwet Mirelez Grade1 on   4/11/2012 2:02 PM
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2-23-12: List these Native American Words in alphebetical order: Arrow, Brave, Feather, Fire, Spear.

3-01-12: The Indian Family:
- Native Americans In the United States represent over 562 different tirbes.
-Native American women / mothers: Built their homes, grew crops, house hold duties.
-Native American Men / Fathers: Did the hunting, fishing, and collected furs/hides.
-Native American Grandmothers: Taught morals, traditions, cooking, sewing, and how to design clothing.

3-6-12: Today's Native American Word of the Day: Canoe- a small and light boat; pointed at both ends.

3-8-12: Indian Mothers: Our moms made our homes near the rivers. They fished and grew corn in the garden, then cooked over the fire at home.

3-13-12: Coyote ( a trickster tale from the American Southwest) By: Gerald McDermott
Beginning- Coyote followed his Nose.
Middle- Coyote tried to fly.
End- The Coyote fell.

3-20-12: Camanche: The Camanche is a group of Native Americans who live on the Great Plains of the United States.
The Camanche were hunters, hunting mostly buffalo, deer, and bear.
*Write four words that rhyme with bear:1.Tear 2. Dear 3. Near 4. Fear

3-22-12: Indian Dads- Native America Dads were strong and loving but were gone sometimes. They went for weeks to trade things along the rivers. When they came back the whole village got together.
*Key words: Hunting, canoes, loving, smoked meat, strong, traded , and fur.

4-10-12: Questions and Answers to what we learned at Science Camp
Scientific Method: Question, Research, Hypothesis, Experiment, Analysis, Conclusion.
What are Kish, Tipi, and Pueblo's made of?
-Kish- Sticks, Palm Tree leaves
-Tipi- Buffalo Skin
-Pueblo- Adobe Brick

List of some things we learned in Science Camp:
-Native Housing
-Green housing structures
-Scientific Method
-Painting
-Housing Models

By Dahlia Ward Grade K on   4/11/2012 2:17 PM
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2-23-12: List these Native American Words in alphebetical order: Arrow, Brave, Feather, Fire, Spear.

3-01-12: The Indian Family:
- Native Americans In the United States represent over 562 different tirbes.
-Native American women / mothers: Built their homes, grew crops, house hold duties.
-Native American Men / Fathers: Did the hunting, fishing, and collected furs/hides.
-Native American Grandmothers: Taught morals, traditions, cooking, sewing, and how to design clothing.

3-6-12: Today's Native American Word of the Day: Canoe- a small and light boat; pointed at both ends.

3-8-12: Indian Mothers: Our moms made our homes near the rivers. They fished and grew corn in the garden, then cooked over the fire at home.

3-13-12: Coyote ( a trickster tale from the American Southwest) By: Gerald McDermott
Beginning- Coyote followed his Nose.
Middle- Coyote tried to fly.
End- The Coyote fell.

3-20-12: Camanche: The Camanche is a group of Native Americans who live on the Great Plains of the United States.
The Camanche were hunters, hunting mostly buffalo, deer, and bear.
*Write four words that rhyme with bear:1.Tear 2. Dear 3. Near 4. Fear

3-22-12: Indian Dads- Native America Dads were strong and loving but were gone sometimes. They went for weeks to trade things along the rivers. When they came back the whole village got together.
*Key words: Hunting, canoes, loving, smoked meat, strong, traded , and fur.

4-10-12: Questions and Answers to what we learned at Science Camp
Scientific Method: Question, Research, Hypothesis, Experiment, Analysis, Conclusion.
What are Kish, Tipi, and Pueblo's made of?
-Kish- Sticks, Palm Tree leaves
-Tipi- Buffalo Skin
-Pueblo- Adobe Brick

List of some things we learned in Science Camp:
-Native Housing
-Green housing structures
-Scientific Method
-Painting
-Housing Models

By Roberto Lavato Grade K on   4/11/2012 2:19 PM
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Re: (Kindergarten- 2nd) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;

2-23-12: List these Native American Words in alphebetical order: Arrow, Brave, Feather, Fire, Spear.

3-01-12: The Indian Family:
- Native Americans In the United States represent over 562 different tirbes.
-Native American women / mothers: Built their homes, grew crops, house hold duties.
-Native American Men / Fathers: Did the hunting, fishing, and collected furs/hides.
-Native American Grandmothers: Taught morals, traditions, cooking, sewing, and how to design clothing.

3-6-12: Today's Native American Word of the Day: Canoe- a small and light boat; pointed at both ends.

3-8-12: Indian Mothers: Our moms made our homes near the rivers. They fished and grew corn in the garden, then cooked over the fire at home.

3-20-12: Camanche: The Camanche is a group of Native Americans who live on the Great Plains of the United States.
The Camanche were hunters, hunting mostly buffalo, deer, and bear.
*Write four words that rhyme with bear:1.Tear 2. Dear 3. Near 4. Fear

3-22-12: Indian Dads- Native America Dads were strong and loving but were gone sometimes. They went for weeks to trade things along the rivers. When they came back the whole village got together.
*Key words: Hunting, canoes, loving, smoked meat, strong, traded , and fur.

4-10-12: Questions and Answers to what we learned at Science Camp
Scientific Method: Question, Research, Hypothesis, Experiment, Analysis, Conclusion.
What are Kish, Tipi, and Pueblo's made of?
-Kish- Sticks, Palm Tree leaves
-Tipi- Buffalo Skin
-Pueblo- Adobe Brick

List of some things we learned in Science Camp:
-Native Housing
-Green housing structures
-Scientific Method
-Painting
-Housing Models

By Israel Mulato Grade K on   4/11/2012 2:21 PM
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Re: (Kindergarten- 2nd) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;

2-23-12: List these Native American Words in alphebetical order: Arrow, Brave, Feather, Fire, Spear.

3-01-12: The Indian Family:
- Native Americans In the United States represent over 562 different tirbes.
-Native American women / mothers: Built their homes, grew crops, house hold duties.
-Native American Men / Fathers: Did the hunting, fishing, and collected furs/hides.
-Native American Grandmothers: Taught morals, traditions, cooking, sewing, and how to design clothing.

3-6-12: Today's Native American Word of the Day: Canoe- a small and light boat; pointed at both ends.

3-8-12: Indian Mothers: Our moms made our homes near the rivers. They fished and grew corn in the garden, then cooked over the fire at home.

3-20-12: Camanche: The Camanche is a group of Native Americans who live on the Great Plains of the United States.
The Camanche were hunters, hunting mostly buffalo, deer, and bear.
*Write four words that rhyme with bear:1.Tear 2. Dear 3. Near 4. Fear

3-22-12: Indian Dads- Native America Dads were strong and loving but were gone sometimes. They went for weeks to trade things along the rivers. When they came back the whole village got together.
*Key words: Hunting, canoes, loving, smoked meat, strong, traded , and fur.

4-10-12: Questions and Answers to what we learned at Science Camp
Scientific Method: Question, Research, Hypothesis, Experiment, Analysis, Conclusion.
What are Kish, Tipi, and Pueblo's made of?
-Kish- Sticks, Palm Tree leaves
-Tipi- Buffalo Skin
-Pueblo- Adobe Brick

List of some things we learned in Science Camp:
-Native Housing
-Green housing structures
-Scientific Method
-Painting
-Housing Models

By Joel Lavato Grade 2 on   4/11/2012 2:23 PM
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02-23-2012
List these words in alphabetical order: arrow, brave, feather, fire, spear

03-01-2012
The Indian Family...
Native Americans in the United States represent over 562 different tribes.

Native American Women/Mom:
built their home
grew crops
household duties

Native American Men/Dad:
hunting
fishing
furs and hides

Native American Grandmothers:
taught morals and traditions
cooking, sewing, and design

03-06-2012
Native American Word for the Day
Canoe: small and light boat; pointed at both ends

03-08-2012
Indian Mothers...
Our Moms made our homes near the rivers. They fished and grew corn in the garden. They cooked over the fire at home

03-13-2012
Coyote (A Trickster Tale frome the American Southwest) by: Gerald McDermott
Beginning: Coyote followed his nose
Middle: Coyote tried to fly
End: Coyote fel

03-20-2012
Comanche: The comanche tribe is a group of Native Americans who live on the Great Plains of the United States.
The Comanche were hunters, hunting mostly buffalo, deer, and bear.

Write four words that rhyme with bear:
tear, dear, near, fear

03-22-2012
Indian Dads:
Native American Dads were strong and loving but were gone sometimes. They went for weeks to trade things along the rivers. When they came back the whole village got together.

04-12-2012
List of some things we learned in Science Camp:
Native Housing
Green Housing Structures
Scientific Method
Housing Models
Painting

By Christian Arellano- 2nd Grade on   4/11/2012 2:42 PM
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4-17-12
Students learned about the Cherokee"s and how to spell the words "is" and "the" in a Native American sentence.
*The Cherokee's one of THE largest tribes of Native Americans IS THE Cherokee.
*In THE Cherokee Nation in Indian Territory,THE tribe established schools, hospitals and a newspaper.
* THE Cherokee moved in to THE southeastern U.S., possibly as late as THE 1500's from THE North.

By Matthew Torres Kinder on   4/18/2012 11:47 AM
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4-17-12
Students learned about the Cherokee"s and how to spell the words "is" and "the" in a Native American sentence.
*The Cherokee's one of THE largest tribes of Native Americans IS THE Cherokee.
*In THE Cherokee Nation in Indian Territory,THE tribe established schools, hospitals and a newspaper.
* THE Cherokee moved in to THE southeastern U.S., possibly as late as THE 1500's from THE North.

By Israel Mulato Kinder on   4/18/2012 11:48 AM
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4-17-12
Students learned about the Cherokee"s and how to spell the words "is" and "the" in a Native American sentence.
*The Cherokee's one of THE largest tribes of Native Americans IS THE Cherokee.
*In THE Cherokee Nation in Indian Territory,THE tribe established schools, hospitals and a newspaper.
* THE Cherokee moved in to THE southeastern U.S., possibly as late as THE 1500's from THE North.

By Roberto Lavato Kinder on   4/18/2012 11:49 AM
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4-17-12
Students learned about the Cherokee"s and how to spell the words "is" and "the" in a Native American sentence.
*The Cherokee's one of THE largest tribes of Native Americans IS THE Cherokee.
*In THE Cherokee Nation in Indian Territory,THE tribe established schools, hospitals and a newspaper.
* THE Cherokee moved in to THE southeastern U.S., possibly as late as THE 1500's from THE North.

By Dahlia Ward Kinder on   4/18/2012 11:50 AM
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4-17-12
THE CHEROKEE'S---One of the largest tribes of Native Americans is the Cherokee. In the Cherokee Nation Indian Territory, the tribe established schools, hospitals and a newspaper.

By Christian Arellano 2nd on   4/18/2012 11:53 AM
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4-17-12
THE CHEROKEE'S---One of the largest tribes of Native Americans is the Cherokee. In the Cherokee Nation Indian Territory, the tribe established schools, hospitals and a newspaper.

By Joel Lavato 2nd on   4/18/2012 11:54 AM
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4-17-12
THE CHEROKEE'S---One of the largest tribes of Native Americans is the Cherokee. In the Cherokee Nation Indian Territory, the tribe established schools, hospitals and a newspaper.

By Hunwe-t Mirelez 1st on   4/18/2012 11:54 AM
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4-17-12
THE CHEROKEE---One of the larges tribes of Native Americans is the Cherokee. In the Cherokee Nation in Indian Territory the tribe established schools, hospitals and a newspaper.

By Gabriel Morreo 2nd on   4/18/2012 11:57 AM
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4-23-12: Vocabulary Words: 1.Also 2.Them 3.Want 4.More 5.After 6.Only 7.These 8.Nice 9.Much 10.Again

By Matthew Torres Grade K on   4/25/2012 1:56 PM
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4-23-12: Vocabulary Words: 1.Also 2.Them 3.Want 4.More 5.After 6.Only 7.These 8.Nice 9.Much 10.Again

By Christian Arellano on   4/25/2012 1:57 PM
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4-23-12: Vocabulary Words: 1.Also 2.Them 3.Want 4.More 5.After 6.Only 7.These 8.Nice 9.Much 10.Again

By Robert Lavato on   4/25/2012 1:57 PM
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4-23-12: Vocabulary Words: 1.Also 2.Them 3.Want 4.More 5.After 6.Only 7.These 8.Nice 9.Much 10.Again

By Hunwet Mirelez on   4/25/2012 1:58 PM
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4-23-12: Vocabulary Words: 1.Also 2.Them 3.Want 4.More 5.After 6.Only 7.These 8.Nice 9.Much 10.Again

By Joel Lavato on   4/25/2012 1:58 PM
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4-23-12: Vocabulary Words: 1.Also 2.Them 3.Want 4.More 5.After 6.Only 7.These 8.Nice 9.Much 10.Again

By Israel Mulato on   4/25/2012 1:58 PM
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05-17-12

Native American Musical Intruments

For as Long as the earth has been populated, people and music makers have interrelated. The following are few instruments Native Americans have used over the years.

Drums
Rasps
Bullroarer
Flutes
Rattles
Snap Sticks

05-22-12

Native American Headbands
Headbands were typically used by a few tribes of the Northeast usually, headbands consisited of finger-woven or beaded deerskin strip with tribal designs on it.

By Gabriel Morreo 2nd Grade on   5/23/2012 9:47 AM
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05-17-12

Native American Musical Intruments

For as Long as the earth has been populated, people and music makers have interrelated. The following are few instruments Native Americans have used over the years.

Drums
Rasps
Bullroarer
Flutes
Rattles
Snap Sticks

05-22-12

Native American Headbands
Headbands were typically used by a few tribes of the Northeast usually, headbands consisited of finger-woven or beaded deerskin strip with tribal designs on it.

By Dahlia Ward K on   5/23/2012 9:49 AM
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4-23-12: California Standards Test practice on Released Test Questions---English-Language Arts...

By Hunwe-t Mirelez 1st grade on   5/23/2012 9:52 AM
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05-01-12
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.

05-08-12

Thuderbird Shaoe Book

Native American Stories/Native American Vocabulary

The Animals Ballagame- A cherokee story
Coyote steak the blanket- ute tale.
D is for Drum- A Native American Alphabet.

Tipi Bison wigman bow arrow.

05-15-12
Native American Clothing
Fur
beads
buckskin
sach
feathers
moccasins
arm bands
bear claw
blanket
leggins with straps to belt.

By Dahlia Ward Kinder on   5/23/2012 9:57 AM
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5-08-12: Thunderbird Shape Book Page---reviewed Native American Stories and Native American Vocabulary that I read throughout the school year. ex.books: "The Animals' Ballgame- A Cherokee Story", "Coyote Steals the Blanket-A ute Tale, and "D is for Drum-A Native American Alphabet." ex.N.A. Vocabulary: Canoe, pueblo, and pottery.

By Matthew Torres (kinder) on   5/23/2012 10:02 AM
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04-26-12
Sight Words
1. School is cool and so are you !
2. My cat scratched me!
3. I can run fast !


04-27-12

Native AMerican Tribes: Cherokee

Fill in the blanks with "is and "the" in the following sentences:

1. One of the largest tribes of Native Americans is the Cherokee.
2.The Cherokee moved in to the southeastern U.S., possibly as late as the 1500 from the North.

05-01-12
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.

05-08-12

Thuderbird Shaoe Book

Native American Stories/Native American Vocabulary

The Animals Ballagame- A cherokee story
Coyote steak the blanket- ute tale.
D is for Drum- A Native American Alphabet.

Tipi Bison wigman bow arrow.

05-15-12
Native American Clothing
Fur
beads
buckskin
sach
feathers
moccasins
arm bands
bear claw
blanket
leggins with straps to belt.

05-17-12

Native Americans Musical Instruments
For as long as the warth 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

05-22-12
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.

By Israel Mulato Kindergarden on   5/23/2012 10:15 AM
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05/15/2012
Native American Clothing:
fur, beads, sach, feathers, moccassins, 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 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

By Matthew Torres- Grade 5 on   5/23/2012 10:37 AM
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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

By Hunwet Mirelez- Grade 1 on   5/23/2012 10:52 AM
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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 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

By Joel Lavato- Grade 2 on   5/23/2012 11:07 AM
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05/01/2012
All Amercan Indians made Baskets:
Baskets were a big part of daily life in tribes across the country. All Indians made baskets. They made woven baskets out of 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:
pueblo, tipi, canoe, pottery, bison

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 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 wtih tribal designs on it


By Christian Arellano- Grade 2 on   5/23/2012 11:17 AM

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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.
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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.
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: (Kindergarten- 2nd) What I completed and learned in Native Literature, Computers/Math Lab, Homework Help, and other interesting things;
05/01/2012
All Amercan Indians made Baskets:
Baskets were a big part of daily life in tribes across the country. All Indians made baskets. They made woven baskets out of 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:
pueblo, tipi, canoe, pottery, bison

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 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 wtih 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 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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