Writing in Symbols Worksheet 4

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Writing in Symbols Worksheet 4

Lightening symbolTrade SymbolPeace SymbolIndian Camp Symbol - VillageDeer Symbol
LighteningTradePeaceVillageDeer
Man or Boy SymbolDeer Track SymbolSnake SymbolMoon SymbolHomecoming Symbol
ManDeer TrackSnakeMoonHomecoming
Mountain Range SymbolMother and Children SymbolPeace Pipe SymbolWhite Soldiers SymbolRaccoon Symbol
Mountain RangeMother & ChildrenPipeSoldiersRaccoon
 

Writing in Symbols - Worksheet 4
Our writing in symbols Worksheet 4 provides an activity sheet for kids and children that features peace, trade, deer and soldiers. The variety of symbols on Worksheet 1 are designed to spark the imagination of kids and children. The pictures on Worksheet 4 including mother, children, deer tracks and a mountain range can be copied or colored to produce a story board enabling kids and children to participate in a story telling activity. The writing in symbols Worksheet 4 can be 'read' by the kids and children who created the story board or can be 'read' by other kids in the class. An easy and fun way to learn about Native American tribes, their history, mythology and culture.

Journey symbolHuntingCanoe SymbolBear paw symbolIndian Camp Symbol - VillageBeaver
 

Writing in Symbols - Worksheet 4

  • Writing in Symbols Worksheet 4
  • Fun activities for school children and kids
  • Improve the skills of kids and children with Writing in Symbols Worksheet 4
  • Writing in Symbols is fun and can be used as a teaching aid, or teaching resource, to increase knowledge of Native American Indians
  • Worksheet 4

Writing in Symbols Worksheet 4 - Pictures and Videos of Native Americans
Writing in Symbols Worksheet 4. Discover the vast selection of pictures which relate to the History of Native Americans and illustrate many decorations and symbols used by American Indians. The pictures show the clothing, war paint, weapons and decorations of various Native Indian tribes that can be used as a really useful educational history resource for kids and children of all ages and a means to study the interpretation of symbols and writing in symbols. We have included pictures to accompany the main topic of this section - Writing in Symbols Worksheet 4. The videos enable fast access to the images, paintings and pictures together with information and many historical facts. All of the articles, such as the Writing in Symbols and Worksheet 4, can be accessed via the Native Indian Tribes Index.

 

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