Title: Most Native American peoples today live in modern homes, but years ago, their ancestors lived in vastly different dwellings. These inventive buildings were constructed of available natural resources, such as wood, grass, and adobe bricks, without the use of machinery we rely on in modern times. Readers will appreciate the vivid historical photographs that accompany this interesting text and surprising information in the sidebars and fact boxes in this indispensable volume, which is certain to be beneficial to any elementary social studies collection. A concluding graphic organizer and critical-thinking questions encourage readers to review the book's essential ideas.
Native American Homes
Inside Guide: Celebrating Native American Cultures