Explore Creation Myth, Fire Dragon and more!

Explore related topics

A Dragon involved in creation myths of the Huron and Iroquois people of North America. According to legend a lady called Ataentsie wanted to be the bride of the ‘Chief’. When she proved herself worthy, she journeyed to heaven and became the wife of the ‘Chief’. When she became suspiciously pregnant, the ‘Chief’ thought it was the child of the Fire-Dragon and so he banished the baby to Earth which then started the human race.

A Dragon involved in creation myths of the Huron and Iroquois people of North America. According to legend a lady called Ataentsie wanted to be the bride of the ‘Chief’. When she proved herself worthy, she journeyed to heaven and became the wife of the ‘Chief’. When she became suspiciously pregnant, the ‘Chief’ thought it was the child of the Fire-Dragon and so he banished the baby to Earth which then started the human race.

The Ojibway Creation Story- Similar to Earth on Turtle's Back (Canadian Tale- Ontario), about the formation of North America

As part of Ningwakwe Learning Press' book "Fire and Water: Ojibway Teachings and Today's Duties", the Creation Story is shared.

Hokhoku- North American  folklore: a huge bird that hunts and eats humans by crushing their skulls and eating their brains.

Hokhoku- North American folklore: a huge bird that hunts and eats humans by crushing their skulls and eating their brains.

An exciting and engaging unit on Native American Myths for grades 6-8! This multi-disciplinary unit can be taught in either ELA or Social Studies. Students read and analyze a variety of NA myths through close reading, scaffolded note-taking, and the use of graphic organizers. Then they write their own myth or legend! #nativeamericanmyths  #middleschoolela

George WASHINGTON CARVER foldables and Roll-the-dice activity {Mini-Unit}

Do you know the difference between the three types of totem poles? We asked North American expert and celebrated artist, Andy Everson, to help explain 5 things you have to know about totem poles! #AboriginalBC

Do you know the difference between the three types of totem poles? We asked North American expert and celebrated artist, Andy Everson, to help explain 5 things you have to know about totem poles!

Totem pole by Chief Tony Hunt of the Kwakiutl                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Totem pole by Chief Tony Hunt of the Kwakiutl Tribe located in the Pacific Northwest Coast, USA.

15 Sublime Photos That Capture Life's Most Fragile Moments  #refinery29  http://www.refinery29.com/alex-stoddard-photography#slide-14  Spoiled Rotten"This is yet another photo with origins in a story rather than an emotion. It is part of an ongoing series featuring birds, children, and the inherent darkness of childhood." ...

15 Sublime Photos That Capture Life's Most Fragile Moments

Spoiled Rotten"This is yet another photo with origins in a story rather than an emotion. It is part of an ongoing series featuring birds, children, and the inherent darkness of childhood.

Image result for horned serpent mythology

Image result for horned serpent mythology

Pinterest
Search