Student Reader: Native Americans

Please see the second part of the Native Americans and Westward Expansion Student Reader. CKHG Student Readers offer engagingly written and richly illustrated text on the topics specified for the unit. Each volume includes maps, color illustrations, vocabulary sidebars, and a glossary. In general, the content and presentation in CKHG Student Readers for Grades 3-5 are appropriate for young readers from the upper elementary grades through middle school.

CKHG Unit 13: Native Americans: Cultures and Conflicts

Focus: The resources for this unit (Native Americans: Cultures and Conflicts) are part of the individual resources titled Native Americans and Westward Expansion: Cultures and Conflicts. This unit (Unit 13 for schools using the CKHG series in Sequence grade-level order) explores the ways of life of diverse Native American peoples, and goes on to examine how their…

Image Cards: Native Americans—Regions and Cultures

Image Cards are used to reinforce and deepen students’ understanding of the information covered in the domain. They are primarily used during Extension Activities. Common exercises include sorting, retelling, and sequencing.

Flip Book: Native Americans—Regions and Cultures

Each Flip Book contains a sequenced collection of images that accompany the Listening & Learning read-alouds. The engaging visuals reinforce students’ understanding of concepts and promote engagement with the text.

CKLA Unit 8: Native Americans

Focus: Students will explore how the policies of the American government in the 1800s and contact between Native Americans and settlers, missionaries, traders, and explorers adversely affected Native American traditions, cultures, ways of life, and relationship with the land. The unit presents information about diverse Native American tribes and nations with unique identities and cultures,…

CKLA Domain 8: Native Americans—Regions and Cultures

Focus: Students learn about early migrations across a land bridge from from Asia to North America. They learn how early Native American people moved across the Americas and how they adapted to their new environments.  Number of Lessons: 8 Lesson Time: 70 minutes each. Each lesson may be divided into shorter segments. Additional Search Terms: nonfiction •…

Read-Aloud Supplemental Guide: Native Americans

Designed primarily to provide instructional scaffolding resources for reading specialists, special education teachers, and ESL teachers, the online-only Supplemental Guide offers activities that the general classroom teacher may use as needed. Resources include adapted read-alouds, engagement supports, Vocabulary Charts, Multiple Meaning Word Activities, Syntactic Awareness Activities, and Vocabulary Instructional Activities.

Image Cards: Native Americans

Image Cards are used to reinforce and deepen students’ understanding of the information covered in the domain. They are primarily used during Extension Activities. Common exercises include sorting, retelling, and sequencing.

Flip Book: Native Americans

Each Flip Book contains a sequenced collection of images that accompany the Listening & Learning read-alouds. The engaging visuals reinforce students’ understanding of concepts and promote engagement with the text.