Indigenous Coil Pots Craft Handout

Coil pots were common among the Southwestern Indigenous Tribes. Most of the oldest coil pots that have been recovered were made by three different pre-Columbian tribes/cultures – the Anasazi (ancestors to the Pueblo people), the Mogollon, and the Hohokam. Materials: Modeling Magic/Polymer Clay/Modeling Clay, tools to roll and cut the …

Indigenous Paper Flute Craft Handout

Print out the handout below and follow the instructions to create your own native flute! Warbling is a musical effect that can be seen in Indigenous flute music, as well as other wind instruments like the harmonica. Warbling can also be heard in animals like birds, in string instruments like …

Indigenous Great Warriors Handout

Download the handout below to learn about the Kiowa Koitsenko! The top ten warriors of the honored society of Kiowa warriors was the ‘Koitsenko’ or great warriors. To distinguish themselves, the Koitsenko wore red sashes and carried sacred spears. These sashes allowed the warriors to anchor each other down during …

Indigenous Communities Coloring Handout

Before settlers from Europe began colonizing North America between the 16th and 19th centuries, indigenous communities spanned across what is now the Northeast United States and Southeast Canada. These communities had rich cultures with sizable villages and social hierarchies. Some of the larger tribes include the Iroquois, Ojibwa, Sauk, Fox, …