Monday, December 13, 2010

Medicine Bags


Second grade students make these Sioux "Medicine Bags" when they are studying American Indians. I do a lesson from each of the different groups of American Indians. I tell my students that the Plains Indians would use animal skins and rawhide with bead decorations on a bag. We use lunch bags, graph paper, raffia, feathers, and pony beads.

4 comments:

D.Mellott said...

I shared this idea with a second grade teacher for their Native American Day project.

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Librarian Lee said...

Hi: I would like to use this craft in my library. Will you grant me permission to do the craft and to use this photo in promoting the craft day? Thanks! ~Lee

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