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Native Americans PowerPoint for 7 Different Regions


Is your class learning about the Native Americans that lived in the different regions in the United States? This is a 60-slide PowerPoint Presentation has scenes and information about 7 different regions that they lived in, the climate, and how they used their environment to survive and meet their basic needs: food, clothing, and shelter. 

This PowerPoint includes the following seven regions:

✔Northeast Region (Eastern Woodlands)

✔Southeast Region

✔Great Plains Region

✔Northwest Coastal Region

✔The Plateau Region

✔Southwest Region

✔Arctic Region

What's inside:

✔A Native American Legend: How the Earth Began

✔Information about food, clothing, shelter for each region (7)

✔Information about natural resources and climate for each region (7)

✔Colorful scenes to help students visualize

✔12 Vocabulary slides with real-life photos

✔6 Question Quiz & Answer Key

Students will learn how early Native American cultures developed in North America.

1. Locate where Native Americans settled in different regions such as in the Arctic, Northwest Coastal, the Plateau, Southwest, the Plains, Northeast (Eastern Woodlands) and Southeast.

2. Explain how the Native Americans in different regions used their environment to meet their basic needs including food, clothing, and shelter.

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