This resource is a great Native American Heritage Month activity—but it is also great to use any time of the year! In these unscramble grid activities, students are presented with a scrambled image of a portrait of a famous person. Then each student works to unscramble the grid pieces to produce the final “unscrambled” portrait.
I have included options both for cutting and pasting, as well as for drawing, which makes this great for students of any age and makes differentiation in your classroom easy.
8 People Included in this resource: Geronimo, Jim Thorpe, Chester Nez, Wilma Mankiller, Sitting Bull, John Herrington, Sacagawea, and Maria Tallchief
These one-page portraits can be colored, included in interactive notebooks, paired with research reports, hung on a bulletin board, or used in any other way imaginable!
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