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Homeschool Curriculum For Kids - Native American History

Native American History

They are the only Americans that can claim they were here first!

This homeschool sub-curriculum consists of 9 lessons and explores how different physical environments shaped Native American cultures.


We recommend that this sub-curriculum in Native American history be taught one lesson per week in the order below.

Lessons


Native American History Lesson For Kids - Iroqouis Flag Iroquois Part I - The Iroquois lived in the Northeast Woodlands and were among the first to encounter the Europeans!


Native American History Lesson For Kids - Iroqouis Flag Iroquois Part II - Have fun making a tomahawk (with popsicle sticks)!


Native American History Lesson For Kids - Cherokee Flag Cherokee - The Cherokee lived in the Southeast Woodlands. Find out what a wattle and daub house looks like!


Native American History Lesson For Kids - Northern Cheyenne Flag Cheyenne - The Cheyenne lived in the Plains. Find out what 2,000-pound animal the Cheyenne hunted!


Native American History Lesson For Kids - Apache Flag Apache - The Apache lived in the Southwest. Find out what something about the Apache women that was different from the other Native Americans!


Native American History Lesson For Kids - Southern Ute Flag Ute - The Ute lived in the Great Basin. Find out what a nomad is!


Native American History Lesson For Kids - Nez Perce Flag Nez Perce - The Nez Perce lived in the Plateau. Find out what Nez Perce means – here’s a hint, it’s French!


Native American History Lesson For Kids - Makah Flag Makah - The Makah lived in the Northwest Coast. They were ocean hunters!


Native American History Lesson For Kids - Wiyot Flag Wiyot - The Wiyot lived in California. Learn their story and why no one knows how to speak their language!


Notes:

  1. Flag shown for Cheyenne specifically represents Northern Cheyenne Native Americans

  2. Flag shown for Ute specifically represents Southern Ute Native Americans

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