Native American Unit Study: Ojibwe Nation

Ticia asked for me to do a post collecting all my Ojibwe posts into one place.  So here it is: Native American Unit Study The First

Native American Unit Week 4- The Birchbark House: Zeegwun (Spring)

The Birchbark House is book one of a four series set of books about a young, Ojibwe girl called Omakayas: This first book is separated into

Ojibwe Pictographs

We had already been introduced to Native American pictographs by L12 when she researched communication between the different tribes and during her presentation on the

Ojibwe Calender

The world, according to Ojibwe legend, was created when muskrat brought mud from the bottom of the flood to be placed on turtle’s back. The

Native American Picture Books: Ojibwe Nation

  I think picture books are a wonderful means of introducing a culture.  I did go a bit mad this time though because I knew

Native American Unit Week 3- The Birchbark House: Biboon (Winter)

The Birchbark House is book one of a four series set of books about a young, Ojibwe girl called Omakayas: This first book is separated into

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