Indigenous Wisdom: Centuries of Pueblo Impact in New Mexico

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With so many school closures in effect now, many families and individuals are seeking educational resources. Here’s how we can help—our Indigenous Wisdom K–12 curriculum is FREE for anyone to download, and includes several fun and engaging STEM activities (including cooking).

Indigenous Wisdom has easy-to-follow lesson plans for each grade level in Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science, plus plenty of activities that can be done with common household items. The curriculum is written so that it can easily be implemented by parents, a homeschool family, educators, or community partners. Its simple instructions include step-by-step procedures, website links, book references, and worksheets for a convenient, complete package.

Students can explore and apply the Pythagorean Theorem in context with Pueblo Bonito in Chaco Canyon, study ecology and stewardship through how the actions people take upstream impact the people and communities downstream, learn history and Tewa words simultaneously through storytelling, and create a pair of moccasins and geometrical design using congruency and the line of symmetry, to illustrate a few types of lessons.

We hope you enjoy this fun and educational resource, and invite you to let us know what projects, lessons, and materials you and your family like best.

With so many school closures in effect now, many families and individuals are seeking educational resources. Here’s how we can help—our Indigenous Wisdom K–12 curriculum is FREE for anyone to download, and includes several fun and engaging STEM activities (including cooking).

Indigenous Wisdom has easy-to-follow lesson plans for each grade level in Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science, plus plenty of activities that can be done with common household items. The curriculum is written so that it can easily be implemented by parents, a homeschool family, educators, or community partners. Its simple instructions include step-by-step procedures, website links, book references, and worksheets for a convenient, complete package.

Students can explore and apply the Pythagorean Theorem in context with Pueblo Bonito in Chaco Canyon, study ecology and stewardship through how the actions people take upstream impact the people and communities downstream, learn history and Tewa words simultaneously through storytelling, and create a pair of moccasins and geometrical design using congruency and the line of symmetry, to illustrate a few types of lessons.

We hope you enjoy this fun and educational resource, and invite you to let us know what projects, lessons, and materials you and your family like best.

Download free curriculum, a terrific, at-home educational resource

One response to “Indigenous Wisdom: Centuries of Pueblo Impact in New Mexico”

  1. Tina Jones says:

    Thank you for sharing your heritage with us….

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