Region/ Climate
Food / Shelter
Transportation / Region
Map Skills
Jobs / Contributions

100

Who had a climate of mild winters and hot humid summers?

Eastern Woodland / Powhatan

100

What animal did the Lakota depend on for food and shelter?

The buffalo

100

Who used horses to hunt and travel?

Lakota

100

What river is located in the Eastern Woodland region and Virginia?

The James River 

100

What were the occupations of the Lakota?

Hunters and Horsemen

200

Who lived in the Southwestern region?

Pueblo

200

What materials did the Powhatan use to build their homes?

Trees and reed/grass mats 

200

How did the Powhatan travel?

Walked and used canoes

200

What mountains are located in the Eastern part of the United States?

Appalachian Mountains

200

What were the jobs of the Powhatan?

Hunters, Fishermen, & Farmers

300

What region had a climate of harsh cold winters and hot summers?

Plains / Lakota 

300

What shelter did the Pueblo live in? 

What was it made out of?

Multi-storied terraced building; made out of adobe clay bricks.

300

What type / mode of transportation did the Powhatan, Lakota, and Pueblo use?

Walking

300

What is the longest river in North America and is located in the middle of the United States?

Mississippi River

300

What was the occupation of the Pueblo?

Hunters & Farmers 

400

What region has mountains, lakes, rivers, and trees?

Eastern Woodland / Powhatan

400

What was the Lakota’s shelter?

Teepees

400

What region had rolling hills and a lot of grass?

The Great Plains

400

What mountains are located in the western part of the United States?

Rocky Mountains

400

What occupation did the Powhatan, Lakota, and Pueblo share?

They were all hunters

500

Who lived in a very hot and dry desert climate? 

Pueblo

500

What did the Powhatan eat? 

Deer, fish, nuts, berries, corn, beans, & squash

500

What region had high flat lands called mesas?

The Southwest region 

500

What is the name of the river located in the southwest region and is the border between the US and Mexico?

Rio Grande

500

What contributions did the Native Americans give us?

Respect for nature

Weaving 

Pottery 

Knowledge of the environment