CREEK SPEAKS: Learning about the Native Americans

  • Thursday, November 21, 2013

Wilson



The most important thing I learned so far in fourth grade is in social studies. We have learned how Native Americans lived and how they got to America. I think it’s the most important because it helped show how America began. I wrote a short story about the Great Plains Native Americans because I thought they were very interesting. I liked how they respected nature and art.


Great Plains were my favorite because the women were very important. The men actually knew that the women were important.


Even though I am not a Native American, I think they were very important and that they were better than the Europeans.


I would like to know what life would be like if Europeans didn’t come to America.


That is the most important thing to me that we have learned so far in fourth grade.


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