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Native American Projects Day
Today, we spent a day celebrating what we've learned about Wisconsin Native Americans with our project due day. Several students researched many of the recipes used by many of the tribes of Wisconsin (Ojibwe and Menominee, for example), so our room was filled with the smell of cornbread and wild rice.
Other students created projects showing the types of homes or lifestyles of the tribes, including telling the difference between a wigwam and a longhouse (no tepees in Wisconsin!), and how they hunted.
Good job to all!
Article posted November 2, 2007 at 02:22 PM •
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It look like it was a lot of fun. It reminds me of this day in third grade when everyone in my class brought in different foods.
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Mr. Angeli is a fourth grade teacher in Gillett, Wisconsin, a small rural town of about 1,300. Come ready about what we are doing at Gillett Elementary School!
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