Native American Heroes & Legends
Practice your own story telling…
Story telling can be a great way to share history or to pass down information, values or morals with others. We can all be story tellers.
1) Select an animal or object in nature that you can use to tell your story and create your own storybook (5 – 8 pages).
2) Be creative and provide illustrations for each page of your story.
3) Use your story to highlight a piece of history, a set of values or to illustrate your own morals.
4) Get into groups of 3 – 5 students and take turns telling your story to your classmates.
Have fun with your story telling – be expressive, change your voice for different characters and feel free to act out various parts of the story if you wish. Enter to win and have your story featured on NIE.newsok.com and shared on NewsOK.com.
Mail in your homemade story book to:
Newspapers in Education
100 W Main St., Ste 100
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
ENTRIES ARE DUE JUNE 30, 201
Thank you to our Sponsors – Chickasaw Nation and Delaware Nation for supporting the creation of this curriculum.
PASS STANDARDS COVERED:
PASS Content Standard 2.3; PASS Content Standard 2.4
PASS Content Standard 4.2
PASS Content Standard 4.5