Shuler Third Graders Learn about Native Americans

Third graders at Shuler Elementary are learning about four Native American tribes to understand how everyday life and work today are different from the past. The tribes they are studying include the Navajo, Yurok, Cherokee and Haudenosaunee.  The students are collecting information on their homes, economy, shelter and food.  As a culminating activity, the students are creating a PowerPoint to highlight the differences between everyday life and work today from the past.  The students in Tracy Shwery’s class also made a display or diorama of their tribes homes and environment.

Thirds pictured with their Cherokee Tribe Projects. Front Row: Olivia Whitt, Natasha Schnell. Back Row: Kenzie Meinders, Ben Burkle Zoey Koch, Ceci Wright, Sophie Havnen

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