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A salt container, felt and feathers are all it takes to make this Southwest Indian inspired drum. You'll find the instructions at Southwest Indian Crafts.

Kids could do a felt version of the Indian medicine pouch. Go to Children at Play for the directions. Another fun and easy rain stick craft. Find the instructions for this recycled supplies craft at Activity Village. Make Indian symbols, but begin by cutting out a buffalo shape. Find all the directions for this neat craft at Crayola. This sand painting project also includes a cute poem about the Indian's use of sand art.

Go to Kinder Art to find out how to do this sand painting. So simple to make and so appropriate for a class project. Go to Art with Mr. Giannetto for the pictured instructions. This would make a great classroom or home school American Indian project.

Go to Crayola for the instructions. Go to the Crayola site to find out how you can make beautiful pottery like this. Hold a family council and use this replica of the Indian talking stick to maintain order.

This craft is found at Activity Village. Both the boys and the girls will enjoy making a pony bead bracelet, so this would be a great classroom or troup activity. Find the instructions for this project at A. A great class resource. Pony beads come in so many colors that it'll be fun to make these ears of corn with them.

The kids can make these ears of corn by going to Cutesy Crafts for the instructions. This is a really nice classroom project. I really love this craft and can't wait to try it with my granddaughters. Make a breastplate like those worn by Sioux warriors. You'll use drinking straws and beads to make the breastplate, and then finish with feathers. New Archaeology has the directions for making this native American project. This would make a great classroom or scout project because the supplies are inexpensive and easy to find.

You'll find the instructions on burlap weaving at Blick. Pueblo Indians of the Southwest are famous for their crafts. This lesson uses clay to make the Pueblo inspired coilpot shown above. Make coilpots to enhance a classroom lesson on the Pueblo Indian culture. For the instructions, go to the Blick site. The kids will love making their own shakers. Imagine all the fun they'll have while playing this musical instrument.

You'll find the instructions on how the shaker is made, go to the Fairy Dust Teaching site. Making Indian arrows would be a nice activity for a group of Scouts. For the tutorial, go to the Modern Kiddo site. If you want to make a quick or inexpensive Indian costume, consider making a paper bag costume like the one shown above. You'll find all the directions for this project at Kids Creative Chaos. I realize that there is another corn husk doll in this article, but I think there are enough differences that you'd like the choice.

Go to Be Brave Keep Going for this version of the corn husk doll. I think this would be a great classroom project. Gathering the supplies, which are super inexpensive, can be done during one class period or each student could bring the supplies to class. For the tutorial to put the wind chimes together, go to the Art Club Blog site. The Aztec sun art is a favorite of mine.

Help the kids make beautiful Aztec sun art like the one shown above by going to the Homeschool 4 Me site for the instructions. Kids learn so much better when a subject includes some hands on activities.

Making paper bag vests will give studying Indian culture a more personal event. Go to the Crayola site for instructions for this craft. A great project for little kids learning about the meaning of the Thanksgiving holiday. You'll find the instructions for making this paper cup Indian chief at Activity Village. An easy, and fun project. The Indians taught the Pilgrims how to plant and harvest corn. This is a great project for classroom use when studying our Native Americans.

Find the tutorial for making the bubble wrap Indian corn at Crafts for all Seasons. This printable totem pole project will come in handy for use in the classroom. Especially if the time allotted is restricted. Find the instructions at Let's Explore. You'll find great free totem pole coloring pages, at Cool 2 B Kids , which will work beautifully for this project.

This would make a great classroom art project when learning about our Native Americans. I think the Native Americans really had a great idea with the talking stick. During a meeting, whoever had the talking stick could say what he wanted without anyone else interrupting him. Everyone else listened carefully.

This is a little different than the talking stick shown earlier and is also a very nice project. The instructions can be found at Classic Play. Making these feather hair clips would be a nice project for a camp or classroom activity. Find the tutorial for making this hair clip at Pow Wows. Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. My daughter needed to do a Native American project for a grade in school and she used your wonderful Wind Chimes idea.

Thanks for sharing our Native American Dress, it is an older post, so I was surprised to see it getting so much attention this week! We are in Arizona now and this trip has given me a better appreciation of the native American Indian art and crafts. I can't have enough of it. I am Native American and I am also a teacher.

Most of these crafts are great to do with young kids, but please, please, do NOT make "costumes" as apart of teaching your children about Native culture. These costumes are offensive and do not adequately reflect my culture in any way. Our regalias are personal to us and are all unique. They are usually made with the help of elderly women in our families, such as our mothers and grandmothers.

These "costumes" do not reflect the amount of work, love, and culture that goes into making an individual's regalia. With that being said, I hope that you would choose not to do this "craft" with your children. A note on the costumes Thankfully, our local school has a policy against this for the Halloween parade, along with any other costume that could be offensive.

If you really want to offer a 'unit' on Native Americans, help your children to understand how to respect other cultures as well as learn about them. This is an elaborate lens on Native American Crafts listing ornaments, dolls, musical instruments, baskets, bags and many more.

But I liked the Cornhusk Dolls the most. This is an awesome lens with so many inspiring crafts. I'm bookmarking this wonderful resource,. This is very special, my soul found a resting place here as I was scrolling through and I heard myself give a restful sigh. I'm a lover of Native American crafts and you have done something wondrous here, thank you! This is an amazing resource for teachers and also parents.. My friend's mother-in-law is native american.

Living in England there's not so much around to celebrate and explore native american culture and it's ideas like these that will be fun for her to try out with her little boy! Lovely to meet you! Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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