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Native Americans: Woodland & Plains Indians Discuss this eTheme.

These websites are about the Native American tribes of the Eastern Woodland and Great Plains regions. Here you can find pictures, stories, craft ideas, and activities. Find out where they lived, what their houses looked like, and what they ate. There is information about lifestyle, culture, art, and more.

Grades

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This site includes coloring pages, activity and resource sheets, articles, a student gallery, and a question and answer page.
Learn about the Eastern Woodland tribes, their homes, food, jobs/hobbies, transportation, clothing, art, and tools.
Read about the Plains Indian tribes, their homes, food, jobs/hobbies, transportation, clothing, art, and tools.
Learn where Plains Indians lived, how they depended on buffalo, and more on this site created by students. Includes pictures and a map.
Learn where Eastern Woodland Indians lived, what their houses looked like, what they used for money, and more on this site created by students. Includes pictures and a map.
On this site, you can take a virtual tour of an Eastern Woodland Indians homestead from around 1550. NOTE: This site links to a site with an online store.
This site has lots of information about the many different people who lived in the plains region of the United States. There are stories, games, activities, lesson plans, and more. NOTE: This site contains sponsored links.
Here is lots of information about the principle tribes of the Northeast Woodland Region, including stories, games, activities, and more. NOTE: This site contains sponsored links.
Here is lots of information about the principle tribes of the Southeast Woodland Region, including stories, games, activities, and more.NOTE: This site contains sponsored links.
The Plains Indians used every part of the buffalo. Click on a part of this buffalo's body, then click on the object you think is made from that part.
Here is a one-page PDF file of a Wampanoag girl that you can print out and color.
Here is a one-page PDF file of a Wampanoag boy that you can print out and color.

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