Children’s Native American Page

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The links on this page take you many places. There are many other links on the website that might help you.

Look for pictures of Little Flower on the pages.  Sometimes she wears regular street clothes, other times she is wearing her regalia (special clothing).  Here she is holding her Ambeson (baby carrier) from when she was a baby.      Deer skin with tools, and a pot of on deer skin

Look for these pages to help you with your Native American projects:  Lenape Page (History, Food & more); Book List; When the Shadbush Blooms – now a video with information on the book & an Activity page; Artwork; Celebrate November; Natural World/Conservation; Loan Words/Place Names; Native Foods in General; Native Inspired Poems by Children; Frog Poems by Children & Frog/Amphibian Information; Honey Bees; Susquehannock People; This Day/Month in Native History; and a Colonial Quiz on Authors/Colonial Quiz page.

Tree Day ExhibitsChildren touch, smell, read and ask questions about the exhibits.  They make music, too!      

Bald Eagle Wapalánne


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The Ten Native American Commandments

1.  Treat the Earth and all that dwell thereon with respect.

2.  Remain close to the Great Spirit.

3.  Show great respect for your fellow beings.

4.  Work together for the benefit of all mankind.

5.  Give assistance and kindness wherever needed.

6.  Do what you know to be right.

7.  Look after the well-being of mind and body.

8.  Dedicate a share of your efforts to the greater good.

9.  Be truthful and honest at all times.

10. Take full responsibility for all your actions.

by Larry DeVincenzi on Friday, April 22, 2011 at 7:06am.

Originally posted by John Lundin, I believe these 10 “commandments” are key to a happy, healthy life.    Shayne del Cohen   4/28/11    Journal #2318