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CULTURAL COMPARISON OF NATIVE AMERICANS AND PILGRIMS
First graders explore the practices and products of the two cultures. They build log cabins and teepees or Hogans, make costumes, use vocabulary and Native American symbols to write stories, create art products such as pinch pots and hornbooks.
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