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"Native Americans" Learning Links

   November is National Native American Heritage Month.
Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve, Gilcrease Museum, and Philbrook Museum have amazing Native American Art.
In the Choctaw language "okla" means "people" and "humma" means "red".
Today "The State of Oklahoma" literally means "The state belonging to Red People".
   I am a member of the Choctaw Nation, Ms. Cayla is a member of the Cherokee Nation, and Ms. Julie is a member of the Muscogee Creek Nation.
If your child or family would like to share their Native American heritage please feel free to email me.
If they have attended any Native American cultural events you may email me photos.
   Indian brave, Indian brave.  Where are you going?  Where are you going?   Hunting bison, Hunting bison!  Indian maiden, Indian maiden.  Where are you going?  Where are you going?  Gathering nuts and berries, gathering nuts and berries.    ©Jen Jones
Here are some Native American links.
Native American Information

ASL Native American History for Kids
Native American Information

Native American Homes
3 Cool Facts About Totem Poles
Native American Dancing
Pow-wow Dancing Styles
How To Powwow Dance for Kids
World’s Best Native Hoop Dancers
Navajo Hoop Dance
Hoop Dance
LED Hoop Dance
Native American Books
Legend of the Indian Paintbrush Reading Rainbow
Giving Thanks A Native American Good Morning Message Reading Rainbow
Knots on a Counting Rope
The Coyote and the Frog People