Native American Heritage Month Choice Board for Elementary Grades


Native American Heritage Month is celebrated in November each year. These Native American Heritage Month student choice board activities for elementary school are perfect for celebrating and learning about the history and culture of North America's Indigenous people in your classroom!

These activities are great enhancements to a lesson on Native American history, as extension or early-finisher activities, or given as take-home independent practice work.

This packet includes a choice board of 9 Native American Heritage Month activities and writing prompts, plus all of the worksheets and printables needed to complete the activities.

Students can choose from activities like:

Inuit Acrostic

Inuit people live in Alaska, Canada, Siberia, and Greenland. Research facts about the Inuit people, then create an acrostic poem using the word INUIT to share 5 interesting things you learned.

Compare and Contrast

Use a Venn Diagram to compare the Cherokee Tribe with the Apache tribe. Using the internet or reference materials, research both tribes. Share 3 ways they are similar and 3 ways they are different.

Count the Corn

Many Indigenous peoples grew and ate corn. One ear of corn has about 800 kernels. Write 5 different addition problems with a sum of 800.
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