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Sitting Bull was not expected to be a great warrior. Yet, he led the Lakota people and other tribes to several pivotal victories against the United States government when federal troops threatened their land. Using primary sources, such...
Analyzing Primary and Secondary Sources to Assess the Decisions and Policies of Sitting Bull, Red Cloud, and the U.S. Government
Students examine U.S. policies regarding Native Americans. In this Native American history activity, students analyze provided primary and secondary sources concerning Red Cloud, Sitting Bull, and the Dawes Act. Students use the provided...
Students complete activities with the book The Story of Sitting Bull by Jeffrey A. Rucker. In this literature lesson, students review new vocabulary and practice finding capital letters. They read the story, answer comprehension...
Which state will be the answer to the five clues today? After considering each clue, learners will name the mystery state. If your class can determine which state was home to Chief Sitting Bull, they'll be able to answer South Dakota.
In this leaders scavenger hunt worksheet, students research 10 different leaders important to history. First, they read each questions to determine who they need to search for using the Internet. Then, students write their response in a...
In this compound sentences practice worksheet, students draw two lines from each of 8 sentence beginnings through two conjunctions and two ending to form 8 grammatically correct sentences.
For this farm dot to dot puzzle worksheet, 2nd graders follow the numbers from 1-45 to complete the pictures of a bull and a cow. They see a black line picture of a girl in a cowboy hat sitting on a fence.
Learners experience activities with their sense of smell. In this smell lesson, students hear a story about a bull who loves to smell flowers, pretend to be a dog smelling different smells, experiment with a smell test and paint with...
Why do many Native Americans live on reservations? An interactive resource teaches about how reservations came to be and the tragic history behind Native Americans moving from their lands. Teenagers read passages, view images, and click...
In this Internet fact search learning exercise, students access the "Fact Monster" web site to find the answer to 5 multiple choice questions. They find the answers to questions on a wide variety of topics including Plymouth Colony, Sri...
How can poems help people express their innermost feelings? With episode three from the first season of the There's a Poem for That playlist, pupils listen to the narrator share about her inner world. As Andrea Gibson reads her poem,...
Eleventh graders listen to a song and read the lyrics and discuss what patriotism means to them. After viewing pictures of important patriots throughout history, they describe their contribution to society. They write in their journals...
In this historical quiz worksheet, students test their knowledge about the Great Plains and the Plains Indians in these ten fill in the blank questions.
In this history scavenger hunt instructional activity, students respond to 17 fill in the blank, short answer and drawing questions in an effort to help them better understand the information that can be found at the North Dakota...
Learners research and present their findings of the Native American's forced removal in the 19th century. In this Native American lesson plan, students read passages, write and reflect, and look on the internet for evidence of the Native...
In this online interactive Civil War worksheet, students respond to 10 multiple choice questions about endangered Civil War battlegrounds. Students may check their answers immediately.
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