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Published on February 14, 2008

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Slide3:  Powhatan Indians Pueblo Indians Sioux Indians Indian Potluck Social Studies Soup 100 pts 100 pts 100 pts 100 pts 100 pts 200 pts 400 pts 200 pts 200 pts 200 pts 300 pts 300 pts 300 pts 300 pts 400 pts 400 pts 400 pts 400 pts 500 pts 500 pts 500 pts 500 pts 500 pts 300 pts 200 pts The Powhatan Indians were from this region:  The Powhatan Indians were from this region What is Eastern Woodlands?:  What is Eastern Woodlands? The Powhatan homes made from bark, wood, and mats of reeds and grasses:  The Powhatan homes made from bark, wood, and mats of reeds and grasses What are longhouses?:  What are longhouses? The Powhatan Indians three main jobs:  The Powhatan Indians three main jobs What were fishermen, hunters, and farmers?:  What were fishermen, hunters, and farmers? How the Powhatan Indians traveled from place to place:  How the Powhatan Indians traveled from place to place What is by walking and paddling canoes?:  What is by walking and paddling canoes? The Indian home seen here: :  The Indian home seen here: What is a longhouse?:  What is a longhouse? The Pueblo Indians were from this region:  The Pueblo Indians were from this region What is the Southwest region?:  What is the Southwest region? The Pueblo homes were multi-story buildings that looked like apartment buildings called this:  The Pueblo homes were multi-story buildings that looked like apartment buildings called this What are pueblos?:  What are pueblos? The daily life of a Pueblo Indian consisted of this:  The daily life of a Pueblo Indian consisted of this What is farming?:  What is farming? How the Pueblo Indian traveled from place to place:  How the Pueblo Indian traveled from place to place What is walking?:  What is walking? The Indian home seen here: :  The Indian home seen here: What is a pueblo?:  What is a pueblo? The Sioux Indians were from this region:  The Sioux Indians were from this region What is the Great Plains region?:  What is the Great Plains region? The Sioux homes made from wood and animal skins:  The Sioux homes made from wood and animal skins What are teepees?:  What are teepees? The Sioux Indians had three main jobs:  The Sioux Indians had three main jobs What were hunters, horsemen, and warriors?:  What were hunters, horsemen, and warriors? How the Sioux Indians traveled from place to place:  How the Sioux Indians traveled from place to place What is walking and using horses?:  What is walking and using horses? The Indian home seen here: :  The Indian home seen here: What is a teepee?:  What is a teepee? Places that have common characteristics such as similar soil, trees, and other features are known as this.:  Places that have common characteristics such as similar soil, trees, and other features are known as this. What are regions?:  What are regions? People who move from place to place:  People who move from place to place Who are nomads?:  Who are nomads? Indians studied in second grade:  Indians studied in second grade Who are Powhatan, Pueblo, and Sioux Indians?:  Who are Powhatan, Pueblo, and Sioux Indians? Chief Powhatan’s famous daughter:  Chief Powhatan’s famous daughter Who is Pocahontas?:  Who is Pocahontas? Pocahontas’ husband:  Pocahontas’ husband Who is John Rolfe?:  Who is John Rolfe? The four directions on a compass rose:  The four directions on a compass rose What are north, south, east, and west?:  What are north, south, east, and west? The continent where we live:  The continent where we live What is North America?:  What is North America? The imaginary horizontal line that circles around the earth separating the Northern and Southern Hemispheres:  The imaginary horizontal line that circles around the earth separating the Northern and Southern Hemispheres What is the equator?:  What is the equator? The four oceans:  The four oceans What are the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, and Arctic Oceans?:  What are the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, and Arctic Oceans? The seven continents:  The seven continents What are North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica?:  What are North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica? Slide54:  Final Jeopardy The Indians called corn, squash, and beans this name because they grew together in the fields:  The Indians called corn, squash, and beans this name because they grew together in the fields What is “the three sisters?”:  What is “the three sisters?”

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