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Annotation:Hands-on activities, games, and crafts introduce children to the diversity of Native American cultures and teach them about the people, experiences, and events that have helped shape America, past and present.
Annotation:Native American culture before colonialization. This book answers questions like: Was the New World really new? Why were the Europeans successful? What ecological impact did Natives have on their surroundings?
Annotation:The author covers an immense amount of material, both historically and chronologically. He delves into Aztec civilization, the ancient settlers of the Southwest, the Five Nations of the Iroquois League, the Plains Indians, the Diggers of the Northwest, the builders of Mesa Verde, and other First Nations.
Annotation:Packed with fascinating stories about the America's first peoples, this children's activity book uses humor and hands-on projects to outline Native American ways of life, beliefs, festivals, technology, and arts and crafts.
Annotation:Activities include: building inventions, tools, and works of art. Meet the people whose culture helped form America, explore the history of Native Americans with hands-on activities and learn how the discoveries of the First Americans affect us today.
Annotation:Topics featured in this video include Who are the Native Americans? Stewards of the Earth, The Story of Pocahontas, Many Faces One Heart: Diversity of Cultures, Tecumseh and the Trail of Tears.