Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Native American Legends: Quillworker, Buffalo Dance, The Legend of the Bluebonnet

Love this classic Waldorf second grade block! All of my notes for planning & teaching Native American Legends are on my Waldorf Curriculum website, plus lists of the books that I haven't used yet but would like to in the future.

Great Plains


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Sign Language




    retold by Terri Cohlene

    a wonderful exploration to go with this would be stargazing

Buffalo Dance

The Legend of the Bluebonnet

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Wendy said...

Renee, First I want to tell you how very much I enjoy your blog and your website. They have helped me tremendously in my work with children. I remember reading recently that you wished you had written down the words to Froggy Boggy when you attended a puppet class with Suzanne Down. I attended one of her wonderful classes 2 summers ago and signed up for 2 this summer, unfortunately by distance instead of in person. Anyway, I have the words to Froggy Boggy - Froggy boggy Tried to jump On a stone And got a bump. It made his eyes Wink and frown And turned his nose Upside down. I use finger puppet frogs with this verse and everyone loves it! I think Suzanne may actually be the author - it’s in her finger puppets around the world book and there is no credit. Thanks again for all you share. Best, Wendy

Renee said...

Thank you so much!!! I'm taking a few of Suzanne's courses this summer myself.