Native American Dance Fan
Native Americans made dance fans from natural materials to use in their ceremonies.
Indian Headband Napkin Holder
These Indian headband napkin rings are wonderful Thanksgiving crafts for children to
Native American Ball and Triangle Game
Native American children created their own means of entertainment like this Native American Ball and Triangle
Make Native American Sand Painting
You can purchase playground sand, collect sand from the beach or even use colored craft sand for this Native American Sand
Native American Sand Art Arrowhead Necklace
As we near Thanksgiving we often study the history of our country and the Native American Traditions and
Make A Native American Bowl
As the kids study the history of our country and it’s original settlers, show them how to Make A Native American Bowl.
Native American Talking Sticks
Talking sticks made along the Northwest Coast are usually intricately carved wooden
Legend of the Talking Feather
Many winters ago the people received a gift called the talking
Indian Trade Blankets
Whether woven by a Native American or mass-produced by American woolen mills on a Jacquard
Cree Medicine Wheel
South, says Kytwayhat, stands for the color yellow, the Asian people, the Sun, and
Are Dream Catchers Losing the Native Tradition?
Though some tribal members say they see no problem with the practice, others regard the marketing of dream catchers as another example of their
How to Make a Cherokee Talking Stick
Whoever holds the Talking Stick in Cherokee culture has the right to speak.
American Indian Wigwam Projects
Wigwams are small, semipermanent houses that were used by many of the Native American woodland