Native American Heritage Activity Set
Teaching resources to help your class explore the rich culture and traditions of Native Americans in the United States.
- Grades: 3–5, 6–8, 9–12
Use this activity set to explore some of the contributions Native Americans have made — and continue to make — to the culture, tradition, and history of our nation. Take a look at traditional crafts with a Web quest, use a chart and an interactive map to see the population and location of tribes today, then peer into the past with a research team who are investigating and preserving ancient rock art found in the remote canyons of Utah.
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Through field reports and interviews, students discover how the Skagit River is closely linked to the lives of the people in the valley.
In this exciting activity, students take a virtual trip to the canyon lands of Utah, where they study ancient rock art with the experts.
Students head to New Mexico on a virtual trip to explore 1,000-year-old Native American ruins with a team of experts.