Native Americans: Housing of the Iroquois brings to the life of the Iroquois nations, the tribes who first interacted with the Pilgrims, through this fun exploration of their housing. We learn more through experience, and this activity provides students the opportunity to explore in a visual and kinesthetic way the Iroquois housing.
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Use in activity stations, for whole class activities, or to differentiate with students. This is one of 4 station activity topics for Native Americans: The Iroquois. Provide these along with other Native American activities to engage students’ different interests and learning styles.
This detailed guide includes:
Complete teacher’s guide for a 90 minute activity
Student handouts including directions, informational text, and student directions for activities related to Iroquois housing
A complete list of materials
Skills Developed in this lesson:
- Students will examine non-fiction text related to Iroquois housing (CCSS ELA.LITERACY R1).
- Students will gain a better understanding of the Iroquois life through experiential learning.
- Students will create their own Iroquois housing structures based on their understanding of the housing of the Iroquois.
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