How did the Navajo use their food

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Handicraft instructions

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part 1
Instructions for making a maize straw doll in the style of the Iroquois peoples

 

Of course, Indian children also had toys. You can find out how an Indian doll was made from corn stalks in these handicraft instructions and try it out for yourself. Have fun!

 

For the age group 7 to 14 years
12 pages, A4, b / w, practical spiral binding


Price: Euro 4.50 Order number: 010-050-2006

 

 

 

 

Volume 2
Instructions for making a small paper teepee with painting in the Lakota style

 

Everyone has seen a brightly painted Indian tent. But you can find out and try out which colors and patterns were really used in this guide. Have lots of fun with it!

 

For the age group 5 to 14 years
12 pages, A4, b / w, practical spiral binding


Price: Euro 4.50 Order number: 010-060-2006

 

 

 

 

Volume 3

Instructions for making a rawhide pouch in the Lakota style

 

Indians needed a lot of bags for anything they wanted to take with them because their clothes had no pockets. Here you can make and paint a small Indian bag yourself. The Zwei Welten Fachverlag wishes you lots of fun.

 

For the age group 7 to 14 years
12 pages, A4, b / w, practical spiral binding


Price:Euro 4.50 Order number: 010-070-2006

 

 

 

 

Volume 4

Instructions for a leather bag in the style of the Iroquois

 

These instructions for making a pouch also combine historical facts with the

Enjoy working with real leather and tendons.

 

Instructions from 7 years

14 pages, A4, b / w, practical spiral binding

 

Price: Euro 4.50 Order number: 010-014-2009

 

 

 

 

Volume 5

Instructions for making a Navajo-style clay bowl

 

Indians also had dishes. Not made of porcelain, plastic or metal, but made of clay.

Here you can make a clay bowl like the one the Navajo used to eat.

 

Instructions from 10 years

12 pages, A4, b / w, practical spiral binding

 

Price: Euro 4.50 Order number: 010-015-2009

 

 

 

 

Volume 6

Instructions for a modern greyhound

 

This idea of ​​designing a wind chime with feathers is very modern.

Whether it's very simple or really colorful - everyone has the option of their own

and yet to create Indian symbol.

Instructions from 7 years

14 pages, A4, b / w, practical spiral binding

 

Price: Euro 4.50 Order number: 010-016-2009

 

 

 

 

Volume 7

Instructions for a modern ribbon shirt      

 

In the past, the clothing of the Indians was made of leather and today? Made of fabric - very modern and still Indian. Here you can make a modern ribbon shirt yourself, which also goes well with jeans.

 

Instructions from 12 years

14 pages, A4, b / w, practical spiral binding

 

Price: Euro 4.50 Order number: 010-017-2009

 

 

 

 

Volume 8

Instructions for an Indian necklace (choker)

 

Indian jewelry made from natural materials is still an eye-catcher today, especially if it is also made by yourself.

With these instructions you are sure to achieve a unique piece.

 

Instructions from 8 years

14 pages, A4, b / w, practical spiral binding

     

Price: Euro 4.50 Order number: 010-18-2009

 

 

 

Volume 9

Instructions for jewelry cards with Indian motifs

 

Cards with Native American motifs can not only be used on many occasions, they also give an opportunity to explore the creative world of the Native Americans.

 

Instructions from 7 years

12 pages, A4, b / w, practical spiral binding

 

Price: Euro 4.50 Order number: 010-019-2009

 

 

 

 

Volume 10

Working instructions for certificates for the completion of an Indian project

 

This volume was created from the experience gained from many projects. Here pupils can creatively design a lasting memento of an Indian project, then take it with them or give it away.

 

Instructions from 7 years

14 pages, A4, b / w, practical spiral binding

 

Price: Euro 4.50 Order number: 010-020-2009

 

 

 

 

Instructions for making moccasins in the Lakota style

 

Make moccasins the way Indians wore them? Here are instructions that can also be used as a template for work on an Indian project or as a private handicraft project.

 

 

Instructions from 10 years

16 pages, A4, partly in color, practical ring binding

 

Price: Euro 5.80 order number 010-021-2011

 

 

 

 

Instructions for an Indian arrow

 

Bow and arrow were part of the equipment of every Indian warrior. With our instructions you can make an Indian arrow yourself and also learn how much effort has been put into making a good arrow.

 

 

Instructions from 8 years

12 pages, A4, b / w, practical spiral binding

 

 

Price: Euro 4.50 order number 010-022-2012

 

 

 

Instructions for an Indian backrest

 

Anyone who has ever sat by the fire without a backrest for an evening will appreciate this "piece of furniture" made by the prairie Indians. The production of this comfortable commodity is explained step by step.

 

 

Instructions from 12 years

18 pages, A4, b / w, practical spiral binding

 

 

Price: Euro 5.80 order number 010-023-2015

 

 

 

Instructions for a Little Navajo Hogan

 

Not all Indian peoples of North America lived in tipis, as is so often assumed. In this booklet we have summarized some information and instructions for making a small Navajo hogan out of paper. Together with the instructions for Making a clay bowl in the Navajo style as well as the narrative Windrunner from our book Indian children a good basis to get closer to the culture of this interesting people.

 

Instructions from 6 years

16 pages, A4, b / w, practical spiral binding

Price: EUR 4.50 order number 010-024-2017

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