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The courses in our Culture Series contain many artists and songs from cultures that may differ from your own in familiar norms and standards of appropriate dress, subject and movement. Although we strive to ensure that the materials are appropriate for K-8 students, we know these standards are subjective. Please review the course to deem suitability for your particular class and school.
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Take an in-depth look at: Native American Traditional Music
The Native American Traditional Music course is an exploration of some of the original music makers. Full of big sounds, handmade instruments and amazing musicians, Native American Traditional Music is used in ceremonies, storytelling, healing and so much more. We will learn about music from the twelve regions of Native American Tribes (or Nations). Students will experience many different Native American instruments like drums, rattles, rasps, flutes and vocals. Our Fun Facts in this course feature exciting introductions to Pow Wows and the Native American Music Awards.
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COURSE NOTE: All courses in the Culture Series have one version of the video portion of the materials. The courses can be taught to students in grades K-2, but we ask that you please preview the video before presenting to any younger students to decide on suitability. For our youngest students, we recommend teaching our Culture courses in 2-4 separate sessions to fully engage young attention spans.