Native American Indians. 4 th Grade Class Ms. Courtney Angalet. Analyze Learners. Students around 10 years old Fourth Grade Class Learn about Native Americans and Settlers and how their affected each other. State Objectives. SS.4.1.4 : Describe diversity in Early America
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4th Grade Class
Ms. Courtney Angalet
Construction Paper Tape
Pencil and Paper Aluminum Foil
Toilet paper tubes Unpopped popcorn
Y-shaped twig Crayons
Yarn Popsicles sticks
Feathers, beads, buttons, etc. Brown Tissue Paper
information, games, activities
More information about the tribes
-What they eat, how they go about their lives.
-Compare their daily rituals with ours
-See how there compare or contrast to those of the settlers
-Construction of a wigwam
popsicle sticks, glue, brown tissue paper, yarn
-Story about the tepee as if they were living in it
-What they ate
-How they survived the harsh climate
-how were the Indians affected
-what land they lost
-the depletion of the buffalo
Activity: Map Construction
- How land was lost
- How Indians soon became dependent on the white man.
- How Indians were soon contained to reservations
Also discuss some of the reservations that were parts of major battles.
Battles: Little Big Horn
The Bannock War
Bozeman Trial War, Etc
Chiefs: Sitting Bull
Crazy Horse, Etc
Generals: General Custer
-what did the Indians lose? Gain?
- what did the whites lose? Gain?
Activity: Matching figures to the battles they fought.
Assignment: Presentations of famous figures. Groups of 5
On this day the whole class will make their own traditional Indian items.
-Totem poles (make them their own by adding own pictures.
(Y-shaped yarn, beads, glue
- Rain Sticks