Saturday, November 5, 2011

Native American Literature Activities

As you all begin your Native American units we wanted to share a few writing activities that we found online several years ago. We would love to give the author a little “shout out” but unfortunately we can’t find the website where they originated.  We’ve actually put our own personal touches on them over the years and they have evolved into some cute little class books that we make and add to our classroom libraries.

Each writing activity goes along with a popular Native American story. There are some discussion questions available to use prior to and during the reading of the book.

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click {here} to download a set of these writing activities

You can also log on to http://www.storylineonline.net/ to view the book Knots On a Counting Rope.

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We hope to have all of our gingerbread themed math and literacy centers ready to share with you VERY soon.

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15 comments:

  1. O em gee! I love you, Diana & Kelly! This will be SO MUCH fun! Thanks for a GREAT addition to our Native American unit.

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  2. Love your literature activities. Thanks so much for these great FREE resources. You girls rock!

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  3. I'm so excited! I am going to start a Native American Unit soon and this will be perfect. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

    First Grade Delight
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  4. Love your ideas!

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  5. Thank you SO much!! We are starting a Native American Unit this week---these will be great!!

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  6. Awesome!! Thank you for sharing!

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  7. Thanks ladies!!! We just wrapped up our unit and our kids loved the books and writing activities. Hope you all had better luck with the online storybook link... It would not open for us!!!

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  8. Thank you! I did these and my kids loved them!!!

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  9. I loved the Legend of the Bluebonnet & the Indian Paintbrush books growing up :) Mainly because I lived in Texas and the flowers were everywhere! Thanks for the share!!! I will definitely have to use when I get into a classroom

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  10. Thank you so much for sharing your hard work, I love these!!

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