Explore Native American Traditions

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Learn about Native American animal guides, make a dreamcatcher, and more.

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Make a Feather Headband

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This printable will help your third grader learn about Native American tradition as she cuts, colors, and creates her own accessory: a feather headband.

Design a Shield

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Dive into Native American history with your third grader! He'll get an introduction to Native American symbols and tradition as he colors his own shield.

Color a Dreamcatcher

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Help your third grader say goodbye to nightmares and welcome pleasant dreams with her very own Native American-style dreamcatcher.

Learn About Animal Guides

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Spark your child's interest in Native American beliefs and traditions by teaching him about animal spirit guides with help from this worksheet.

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Native American Symbols: Bird

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In Native American culture, animals and nature were very important and symbolic. Learn about the symbol of the bird with this worksheet.

Native American Symbols: Bear

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Learn about an important symbol of the Native Americans: the bear. Your child can read a bit about what this animal symbolized for the Native Americans.

Native American Symbols: Turtle

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Introduce your student to Native American culture and history with this symbol sheet. He'll learn why the turtle was an important symbol in their art.

Native American Symbols: Lizard

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The Native Americans had great respect for animals and nature. In fact, many animals were important to them, symbolically.

Native American Symbols: Eagle

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The eagle is not just an important symbol for our country, it used to be an important symbol for the Native Americans as well!

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