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YAKAMA. By: Sydney. Table of Contents. Dedication Page (How did they get place to place?) (What life lessons did they learn ?) (What kind of house did they live in?) (What games did they play ?) (What kind of things did they made ?) (What kind of food did they eat?)

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yakama

YAKAMA

By: Sydney

table of contents
Table of Contents

Dedication Page

(How did they get place to place?)

(What life lessons did they learn ?)

(What kind of house did they live in?)

(What games did they play ?)

(What kind of things did they made ?)

(What kind of food did they eat?)

(What clothing did they wear?)

About the Author

References

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this presentation is dedicated to
This presentation is dedicated to…

Charlotte

Because she is my only sister I have and she is in love with historical people. Also I love her very much she is kind, loving and sharing. I love her farther then the moonand the sun.         

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how did they get place to place
How did they get place to place?

Did you know they were made with poles to make canoes. How its made it they weaved grass. To make the outside and put poles in the inside. Also bark to hold it in place and to make seats. I think they made it sound so easy but its not.

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what lessons did they learn
What lessons did they learn?

Did you know were all home schooled. They learned how to hunt and mostly math because they traded spears to get food. During the winter time. Also they had to get food because they had no animals just reptiles.

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what kind of house did they live in
What kind of house did they live in?

Did you know that they lived in grass. They lived in tepees with animal skin. Like buffalo and fish scales. Also wooden poles in the middle to keep it in place. In the winter they put wooden post in a square to make a home. Also a circled hole for the fire. I learned that even thought the don’t move they still use animal skin.

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what games did they play
What games did they play?

Did you know they new how to play marbles. There were other games like wrestling , is very popular, to become representative. Bones and sticks were enjoyed with men and women. Racing on horses is another popular sport. I can’t believe they played so many sports.

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what kind of things did they make
What kind of things did they make?

Did you know that they had pottery made with dirt, and they use dirt for paint too. They use grass and trees to make baskets. They also make them for weapons. Also to carry stuff around. I feel that they did to much work.

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what kind of food did they eat
What kind of food did they eat?

Did you know that they got food from a waterfall not a stream or a river. Then they leave for warmer climates. Then they would have to eat deer instead of fish. That is very hard to find in the climates. I feel that it was hard to find food.

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what clothing did they wear
What clothing did they wear?

Did you know that boys and girls wore legging. Boys wore animal skin and a cord with legging. The girls wore grass and bark from shoulders to feet as a dress. I feel that boys need more clothing.

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about sydney
About SYDNEY
  • She is 9 ½ years old
  • She goes to Sherwood elementary school
  • Her teachers name is Mrs. Valenstien 
  • Her friends are Grace, Emily, Hope, Dilini etc.
  • She is kind loving and caring and amazing
  • She loves to sing
  • Her destine is to become a famous singer

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my references
My References

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