Native American Folklore & Creation Stories by Native Americans
Blog post at PragmaticMom : You might have missed the drama caused when Nancy Bo Flood was invited to join the 'Indigenous Experience in Children's Literature' panel. N[..]
Twenty #ownvoices children's books about Native Americans and First Nations Canadians - Rebekah Gienapp
These17 picture books written by Native American and First Nations authors introduce kids to every day life, history, culture, and struggles for justice.
Die Workshops ARTiFun - Workshop der bildenden Künste und kreativen Hobbys in Gu ... - Bastelideen Kinder
Les ateliers ARTiFun – atelier d'arts plastiques et loisirs créatifs en Gua… Die Workshops ARTiFun – Workshop der bildenden Künste und der kreativen Hobbys in Guadeloupe: ANIMAL TOTEM
2nd Grade Native American Totem Poles
2nd Grade artists added to their knowledge of Native American Art and Culture when they looked at why certain tribes make Totem Poles, h...
Native American Pueblo Pottery Collected by Karla Booth
Anasazi Pottery | Photo from Southwestern Pottery Anasazi to Zuni , Alan Hayes and John ...
Travel Ideas | Indigenous Tourism BC
Do you know the difference between the three types of totem poles? We asked North American expert and celebrated artist, Andy Everson, to help explain 5 things you have to know about totem poles! #AboriginalBC
Art & Story in Totem Poles / Ignite Dallas
The Native Americans of the northwest Pacific coast carved magnificent vertical columns in cedar, commonly known as "totem poles." In this talk, web develope...
5th Grade Native American Dream Catchers
5th grade artists are learning about Native American life and culture in their classrooms. We added to this by learning about their art as well. Below are two links to slide shows that we used. Download Native American Overview Slide Show Here Download Native American Dream Catchers Slide Show Here We learned about why Native Americans use Dream Catchers - to catch the good dreams and let the bad dreams evaporate with the morning dew. We created our own dreamcatchers out of paper plates…
Art Lesson: Ceramic Storyteller Figures
Hand build a larger figure of clay that is adorned with small children and/or animals. Students will combine several hand building techniques. Learn about cultures that use clay figures to express the telling of stories from one generation to the next. Learn about Pueblo culture and demonstrate craftsmanship in forming and glazing. Select colors for aesthetics.
Hand Crafted & Hand Painted Cochiti Pueblo Pottery Storyteller by Johnna Herrera #2 $44.99 plus 6.00 Shipping. Just Click on the above picture to be taken to the Ebay listing
Helen Cordero Cochiti Male Storyteller with 7 Children Southwest Indian Pottery Figurines Cochiti Pueblo Helen Cordero
What is known today as a Storyteller figurine had its beginning in 1964 from the hands of Cochiti Pueblo potter Helen Cordero. Alexander Girard, the noted architect and folk art collector, saw a figurine by Cordero at a Santo Domingo feast day arts and crafts booth and requested that she make more and larger ones and bring them to him. He continued to encourage her to make larger ones with more children. When Cordero began thinking about his requests, she made a male storyteller with…