Cherokee People. The Cherokee Indians are a Native American tribe and the largest tribe in the U.S. The name Cherokee comes from a Muskogean word that means "speakers of another language". Before Europeans journeyed to the New World, the Cherokee lived in the areas of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee. A typical village of the Cherokee would include around thirty to fifty families. #nativetribe #historyliving #nativeamericans
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Exploring Montessori Language Work from Ages 2 to 3
According to Maria Montessori children are in the sensitive period for language from birth until age 6. Here is some toddler work to take advantage of that time, and hint it doesn't include the alphabet!
GULLAH LANGUAGE | Gullah speak an English-based creole language containing many African loanwords and significant influences from African languages in grammar and sentence structure. The Gullah language is related to Jamaican Creole, Bahamian Dialect, and the Krio language of Sierra Leone in West Africa. Gullah storytelling, foodways, music, folk beliefs, crafts, farming and fishing traditions, etc. all exhibit strong influences from West and Central African cultures.
Native American Tribes of Alabama provides links to information about language, culture and history of Alabama tribes, as well as teaching activities, books, and resources relating to the Indigenous Peoples of Alabama.