Native American culture has been passed on for centuries through the arts and crafts of each group. The Ojibwe made dream catchers, and fringed tunics were made and worn by the Sioux. Readers learn to make various crafts inspired by different groups of Native Americans, and they learn important facts about Native American history along the way. Sidebars and fact boxes complement engaging main text, and historical images show the history of the cultures readers are exploring. Each crafting project is accompanied by detailed instructions and its own set of helpful, full-color photographs.... on their own. The oldest dream catchers were not decked out in beads and ornaments, but you can have fun personalizing yours. ... The Plains Native Americans chose their campsites based on whether. 14 14 Craft to Make: Dream Catcher.
|Title||:||Learning about Native Americans with Arts and Crafts|
|Publisher||:||The Rosen Publishing Group - 2014-12-17|