These tribes grew corn and other crops and made pottery cooking vessels. Village tribes along the Missouri River used a bowl-shaped bullboat. They made it by stretching a buffalo hide over a wooden frame.
Label the Northeastern States - Label nine states map activity. American Symbols - Can your students identify each of these symbols? The City I Live In - Students will do simple research to learn more about the city in which they live. State Capitals Word Search - Students will find and circle all of the state capitals when they complete the three word search puzzles in this file.
They can check their answers using the answer box. Students will read each blurb gives the state nickname and a bit of trivia then draw a line to the state being described.
You Know the Answer Worksheet 3 Candidates - Solve addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems to find the question on this fun math and social studies worksheet. Independence Day writing activity - Write a letter to the Loyalists detailing why you believe the colonies should become independent.
Women of the Revolutionary War - Circle the last name of these important women who lived during the Revolutionary War. Select two of the women to write about. They will also improve their fine motor skills and visual perception when they color the pottery and find two pots that are alike.
Fire and Bicycle Safety - Primary grade students will circle true or false for each statement about bicycle and fire safety. They will also draw a fire escape plan for their home. Jobs - Draw a line to match each occupation with a picture. My Vacation Journal - Help your students continue to improve their writing and fine motor skills this summer.
This 38 page printable book includes a full 14 days of writing activities as well as a place to draw pictures and add photographs. Project Helper - Information and preparedness checklist for elementary school project.
Color Tiles Worksheet 3 - Place the words inside the correct word tiles. Colors include sable, ruby, indigo, lavender, emerald, charcoal, green, azure, auburn, and tangerine. Color Tiles Worksheet 2 - Place the color words inside the correct tiles.
Colors include ebony, red, purple, mahogany, amber, chartreuse, yellow, maroon, turquoise, and pewter.
Cut and Paste Seasons - Color, cut, and paste a variety of pictures under the correct season heading. How Many Trivia - Students will answer each question with a number. Visions of Tomorrow Students in grades will write about what the year may be like. My First Timeline - A personal history timeline for recording date of birth, first tooth, first day of school, etc.
Make A Timeline - Students in grades will complete a personal timeline as well as three additional timelines for events of their choosing.
Summer Fun - Find and circle twelve fun summer activities then write the activities in alphabetical order. Summertime Word Search - Find a ton of fun summer related words then write a short story describing a perfect summer day! Dog Maze - Preschool and kindergarten students will improve fine motor skills while helping the dog find the bones.
Robert Schumann - Making Pictures in Music. All worksheets created by Tracey Smith. Did you know that. The materials found on this site are available for you to print and use with your child or the students in your class.
The worksheets on this site are copyrighted and are the property of tlsbooks.T-shirts for Native Americans: Dye T-shirts light brown. Have children draw symbols on the shirts. Have children draw symbols on the shirts. Cut slits around the bottom and put beads on them.
Native American Indians Teaching Theme Ideas, Activities, Crafts & More. Your students will create their very own Native American kiddo and do a little writing! By A Cupcake for the Teacher; My students learned about picture writing and naming ceremonies.
I had them go home and come back with a name that their family decided best. Related posts: Thanksgiving Turkey Art Activities and Crafts Share/BookmarkArt/Craft Activities Handprint Turkeys Paint child’s palm and thumb brown and each finger a different color.
When dry, paint the tip of the index finger red and put on thumbprint for the turkey’s waddle. Nov 01, · This past week we have been learning about Native American culture in 1st grade.
We have read several legends and done some fun art and writing activities to go along with them. Picture Writing of the American Indians, Vol. 2 (Native American) [Garrick Mallery] on leslutinsduphoenix.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Of the early reports of the Bureau of Ethnology of the Smithsonian Institution, one of the most significant is Col.
Garrick Mallery's report on the picture-writing of the American Indians. Except for a special section on petroglyphs (rock-writing). Give the name of the General who said that the extermination of the buffaloes would help for the extermination of the Native Americans.