Be a Good Ancestor
Wow Wow Wow!! This picture book is so powerful. It starts off with how our responsibility to nature is both tiny and mighty…
Social Justice Activities:
Study the websites of your local Tribal Nations and search for language that reinforces concepts learned from the book. Find ways to assist with the activism work the communities are focused on, however small.
(For 4th grade and up) There are 12 concepts/events taught in the text. Before reading the text, have students work with partners to study a concept/event and share what they learn with the class. Allow them to share orally, through a drawing or by creating a google slide.
To understand Removal deeper, Use Native 360's resources to develop lessons.
Main Idea/Details: Analyze the main ideas and details of each concept/event.
Compare: Compare this text with, "We Are Water Protectors." How does this text help us understand, "We Are Water Protectors," better?
Timeline: explore the timeline in the back of the text. For older students, have them choose an event to research further.
Synthesizing: Considering hosting an event similar to what is illustrated on page 30.