November is Native American Heritage Month, which makes it a wonderful time of year to teach your homeschooled child about Native Americans. If you are interested in celebrating Native American Heritage Month, here are some ideas you can do with your family.
Look at that smiling face!
This adorable student just got our curriculum and all the books that go with it! She can’t wait to jump into these beautiful picture books.
Do I need to do all of Five Senses Literature Lessons programs in order? Today I answer this common question about our Color-Coded levels.
Rainbow Crow is one of the most beautiful books featured in our American History program: Indigenous People of North America and Hawai’i. In this Lenape legend, Crow goes to the sun and brings fire back to Earth to save all the animals from a bitter winter. As a go-along for this story, making Rainbow Crow as scratch art felt like the perfect pairing.
Do you live near St. Louis? If so, there is an amazing field trip you can take to see the Mounds of Cahokia.
Indigenous People’s Day has been celebrated in many states and cities across the US since 1990. Other countries, including Canada and Brazil, have similar holidays on other days of the year. In honor of the holiday, we are having a sale all week! All of our curricula are 15% off with code 5SLL2018 this week only.
The first unit available in the Level Yellow: American History program is a 14-lesson journey through the eyes of the indigenous people of North American and Hawai‘i. Using picture books, you and your child will explore the myths, legends, and ways of life of Native Americans, learn about real Native Americans and important historical events from the point of view of the people who lived through them. Each weekly lesson includes hands-on, age-appropriate activities to do with your child that cover a wide range of topics in a child-friendly manner.