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Indians of the Pacific Northwest - A thematic unit with project ideas and literature-based activities for teaching about the Native Americans of the Northwest. Designed for Hawaiian students, but adaptable source

Inuit Activities - Craft activities with pictures and directions for making masks, soap carvings, and sculptures source

Kwakiutl - Students anaylze a Kwakiutl Transformation Mask. This lesson includes background information, vocabulary, a blackline map, discussion questions, and intercurricular activities source

Make an Eskimo Mask - Directions for making a simulated Inupiat style mask with a paper plate source

MiKmaq - An integrated unit exploring the Mikmaq traditions and culture through literature, cooperative learning activities, and hands-on projects. Printable stories and a tipi pole code of ethics are located at the bottom source

Native American Theme Unit - Interdisciplinary lessons for teaching about the Coastal and Plateau Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest source

Rain - Students play a cooperative game from the northwest coast Native Americans. A lesson plan with detailed directions explains the game source

Whitman Mission Teachers Guide - Click on Cayuse Indians for resource information, then click on social studies for lesson plans about the Cayuse people source

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