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The Spider Woman, sometimes referred to as The Spider Grandmother, is portrayed in Native American myth as the Mother who created all life. The woman who sits in the middle of the universe spinning her web connecting all living life to each other. She was honored in tribes such as the Navajo and the Hopi Indians.

Susan_Seddon_Boulet_Shaman_Spider_Woman and this could SO be Riga in Alchemy and Shaman's Drum

Dakota Sioux with calumet, 1907 - Edward S. Curtis

Dakota Sioux with calumet, 1907 - Edward S. Curtis

Native American Talking Stick Art Project, we could make this during fantasy week and then use it later too

Native American Talking Stick

In Sioux mythology, Whope is the daugher of the Sun Wi (the all-knowing Dakota spirit of the sun) and the moon. She is a goddess of peace and the wife of the south wind. When Whope visited he earth, she gave the Dakota Indians a pipe as a symbol of peace. Later she became the White Buffalo Calf Woman to the Lakota Indians.

MYTHOLOGY MEME: non-greek gods/goddesses WHOPE - In Sioux mythology, Whope is the daugher of the Sun Wi (the all-knowing Dakota spirit of the sun) and the moon. She is a goddess of peace and the.

Mishibizhiw- American Indian folklore: anishinaabe water being. Claimed michipicopten island as its home in Lake Superior. For the Algonquins, it was the most powerful underworld being.

Here is an image of the "underwater panther" or "mishupishu" that didn't make.

Wendigo - Native American mythology. antlers  creature  native american indians  legend

Wendigo - In Algonquian folklore, the wendigo or windigo is a cannibal monster or evil spirit native to the northern forests of the Atlantic Coast and Great Lakes Region of both the United States and Canada.

SISTERS OF THE STARS ~ Gillian MacBeth-Louthan @ The Quantum Awakening

SISTERS OF THE STARS ~ Gillian MacBeth-Louthan @ The Quantum Awakening

Goddess Series White Buffalo Calf Woman The legend of White Buffalo Calf Woman is around 2000 years old. The reason she is thought of as a Goddess is because her message is central to the spiritual practices of numerous Native American nations,.

3+ weeks of lessons plans included! This 24 page packet is perfect to add to a unit focusing on Native American legends. We use it for our fourth grade class on the essential question, “How the Earth & Sky are portrayed in fiction and nonfiction.” It allows students to see that legends incorporate real events with a person’s unusual life story with exaggerations and heroic actions.

Native American Legends:Resources,ideas,&Activities to help with legend writing

weeks of lessons plans included! This 24 page packet is perfect to add to a unit focusing on Native American legends. We use it for our fourth grade class on the essential question, How the Earth & Sky are portrayed in fiction and nonfiction. It allo

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