Review learning objectives related to the indigenous tribes of North America with a self-checking interactive activity.
Native American Studies for Kids – North American Indigenous Peoples
Is your class learning about Native Americans living in different United States regions? This self-checking Google Interactive activity is perfect for helping your students review the concepts related to indigenous tribes living in the following areas.
- The Arctic
- The Pacific Northwest
- The Southeast
- The Plains
- The Northeast Woodlands
- The Southwest
Students will progress through the question and answer sequences reviewing concepts learned about the types of housing indigenous peoples lived in, the climate in the different regions, and how they used their environment to survive and meet their basic needs: food, clothing, and shelter.
Easily Prepare This Digital Learning Activity
Use the download button to download the Google Slides resource file. Assign the slide deck to Google Classroom (or project it and use it as a whole group activity) and set your students to work!
This resource was created by Katy Blevins, a teacher in Georgia and Teach Starter Collaborator.
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