Resources for Teachers and Students

By Paul G on July 19, 2011
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Resources for Teachers and Students

 

PowWows.com is the leading website for information about Native American Pow Wow culture.

Below is a list of resources you can use to learn more about pow wows on Powwows.com. We hope you find all the information you need to explore this vibrant part of Native American life.

Native American information

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Multimedia links

Lesson Aides

If you have questions or need additional information, please contact us.

If you need to find performers for a school presentation, please visit our pow wow resources database.

 


TOPICS: Pow Wow, PowWows.com

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3 Responses to “Resources for Teachers and Students”

  1. Michelle Mueller Carter says:

    I am so happy I found this site — My 2 youngest children ages 5 and 7 are part Native American — as their father is part Native — he was not raised to know about his culture or heritage and has not shown any interest in knowing about it. I am no longer married to him because of DV — I DO want my girls to know about the Native American Culture and their Heritage I do feel this site will help me to be able to teach them some things — BUT PLEASE direct me to more info and sites etc so that I can help my girls learn about their Culture.

  2. Alisha says:

    your sight is very un-informational. you should try and research each tribe and describe their different cultures and beliefs. We are not all the same in the sense that we are all native. We all have different traditions dances and beliefs. your web sight is almost disrespectful and seems like a white man made it.

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