This four-session project allows students to create their own Native American village, using the knowledge learned in their Early American studies. This project is designed to aid students in meeting National Social Sciences Standards expectations.
This Classroom Pack includes enough materials for 12 individual or group projects. Easily modify the four-session project format to fit your lesson plan and time frame. Students can modify the template to create one large tepee, two medium tepees or three small tepees.
Ages 7 and up. Adult supervision recommended for younger children.
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WARNING: Sharp Objects! Choking Hazard!
Small parts. Not intended for children under 3 years. Adult supervision required.
AVERTISSEMENT: Objet pointu! Danger d'étranglement! Petites pièces. Pas recommandé pour les
enfants de moins de 3 ans. Supervision d'un adulte requise.
ADVERTENCIA: ¡Objeto puntiagudo! ¡Peligro de ahogarse! Partes pequeñas. No diseñado para el
uso de niños menores de 3 años. Supervisión de un adulto requerida.
CAUTION: Cutting tool recommended. Use with care.
MISE EN GARDE: Outil de coupe recommandé. Utiliser avec précaution.
PRECAUCIÓN: Herramienta cortante recomendada Utilizar con cuidado.
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