ss chap 2 grade 5

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ss chap 2 grade 5
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  1. This group of indians built dugouts to hunt whales.  They are called _______.
    MAKAHS
  2. A cone shaped tent made of wooden poles and covered with animal hides is called a _______.
    TEEPEE
  3. _______ were an important resource to the Plains Indians and they relied on them.
    Buffalo
  4. What area are BOTH the Algonquians and Iroquois from?
    EASTERN WOODLANDS
  5. Planting seeds and grwoing crops are know as _____.
    agriculture
  6. The _____    ______ tells about the beginning of Native American people.  
    Origin Story
  7. A grassy earth held together by roots, cut into blocks or mats, and used to cover lodges is called ______/
    SOD
  8. A food ________ meant survival for the Pueblo people during times of drought.
    SURPLUS
  9. What was a way used by the Chinooks and other Northwest Coast Indians to show their wealth?
    POTLATCHES
  10. The best known traders of the Northwest Coast Indians were the _______.
    CHINOOKS
  11. The Anasazi lived in groups of houses called ______.
    PUEBLOS
  12. Which indians needed to adapt to the dry desert environment?  The Northwest Coast Indians or the South West Indians
    SW Indians
  13. What two groups were divided into social classes?
    • Mayans
    • Olmecs
  14. What ended and casued warmer climates and melting glaciers?
    ICE AGE
  15. The land bridge theory suggest that hunting groups traveled to North America across ________/
    Beringia
  16. What is a person that moved around a lot called?
    NOMAD
  17. ESSAY:  Explain how a nomad lives and how encountering the Hopi Indians might change them....
    N (B, T)
    H (F-cbs, H, S)
    • Nomads moved around following the BUFFALO as their main resource.  To do this they lived in TEEPEES.
    • The Hopi were FARMERS (corn, beans, squash) and lived in HOMES and kept extra crops as a SURPLUS.  Maybe learning from the Hopi a Nomad would consider settling down in one place and preparing for the future.

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