Pocahontas Mini-Lapbook

Pocahontas Mini-Lapbook

Pocahontas has been known throughout history as a strong Native American woman who helped save John Smith's life and kept peace between the British and her Powhatan tribe. Take a journey into the past as you explore the life of Pocahontas with this hands-on project. A complete Study Guide is included, as well as templates and instructions. This is a Mini-Lapbook, requiring only one file folder. This ebook format includes a downloadable PDF file. Just follow the instructions, cut, fold, glue, and create!
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Where I Belong Booklet

Where I Belong Booklet

This is written with Australian teachers in mind but can be used by all cultures. This resource makes up an 18 page booklet for children to learn about where they belong and to learn about others. Australian Curriculum—Foundation Year Humanities and Social Sciences Personal and family histories ACHHK001 and ACHHK002 The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia Outcome 1: Children have a strong sense of identity - Children develop knowledgeable and confident self identities Outcome 2: Children are connected with and contribute to their world - Children respond to diversity with respect
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Tribes Around The World

Tribes Around The World

This 48 page booklet introduces the students to some of the many tribes still found around the world, it helps them to understand their individualities, as well as their struggles and accomplishes over their harsh environment and the ever changing modern and outside world. Chapter titles include: Choosing A Place To Settle What Is An Indigenous Tribe? Where Are Some Of The Worlds Tribes Found? Living In The Rainforest The Kayapo Tribe The Yanomami Tribe The Matsés Tribe The Awá Who Else Lives In The Forest? Living In The Mountains The Chagga People The Sherpa People The Quechua Tribe Living In The Desert The San People The Matmata People Living On An Island The Pitcairn People Living In The Arctic The Inuit People Living In The Savannah The Maasai Tribe Creating Your Own Tribe
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Support Culturally Responsive Teaching!

Support Culturally Responsive Teaching!

Teachers with an awareness and understanding of culturally responsive teaching practices will begin incorporating various cultures, languages, and traditions into lessons. By addressing cultural and ethnic norms reflected within a group of culturally diverse students, teachers can support student success. What does this look like in the classroom?
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