Native Americans used canoes to travel in rivers and lakes.
Native Americans used moccasins to keep their hands warm.
The tent was a good shelter during the rainstorm.
The warrior was very brave during the battle.
The chief was the least important person in the tribe.
Some Native American tribes still hold powwows today to celebrated their traditions.
The bay is a hot, dry area that gets very little rain.
Tipis were good shelters for tribes that moved around because they were easy to set up and take down.
The fisherman harvested the fish.
A wigwam was a type of food eaten by Native Americans.
Agile - The agile cat jumped from one chair to another without falling.
Mischief - Some children get into mischief by hiding their friends' toys.
Succulent - A piece of dry toast is succulent.
Feast - For Thanksgiving, some people feast on turkey.
Traditions - Many families have special traditions for holidays.
Native Americans moved to America last year.
The Lakota Sioux, the Wampanoag, and the Lenape are all Native American tribes.
Long ago ALL Native Americans lived in tipis.
The Wampanoag gathered clams from the ocean for food.
The Lakota Sioux at buffalo meat.
The Lenape harvested their crops at the end of summer to store and eat throughout the Winter.
ALL Native American tribes used canoes to travel.
Long ago, Native Americans had no homes so they slept outside.
The Lakota Sioux moved a lot to follow the migrating buffalo.
Moccasins were worn by many different tribes.
The Wampanoag traveled hundreds of miles on horseback, looking for food.
Long ago, the Wampanoag, Lenape, and the Lakota Sioux made their own clothing, using the skins of animals.
Native Americans are still living in the United States today.
Native Americans today still make all their own clothes.
Some Native American children today go to powwows to learn traditional songs and dances.