Native Crafts: Inspired by North America’s First Peoples (Kids Can Do It)

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Native Crafts: Inspired by North America’s
First Peoples (Kids Can Do It)

Book title: Native Crafts: Inspired by North America’s First Peoples (Kids Can Do It)

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Author: Inc. Kids Can Press

Book Description:
Native peoples have always turned to the natural world to make everything from clothing to cooking utensils to ceremonial items. In the same tradition of using materials and designs inspired by nature, this book in the Kids Can Do It series shows kids how to make their own beautiful native crafts and musical instruments. Photos, diagrams and step-by-step instructions make it easy! Kids will also find out more about the many Native peoples of North America. Kids can make * seed and bead jewellery * clay pinch pots * totem poles * moccasins * hoop drums * corncob and cornhusk dolls

Source: Native-languages

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