Native Americans of the United States and Canada - Free Presentations in PowerPoint format for Kids and Teachers Illustration

Native Americans Free Presentations
in PowerPoint format

Free Use Presentations in PowerPoint format

Retold by Lin Donn, illustrated by Phillip Martin; some restrictions apply. See bottom of this page

The Invisible Warrior (Woodland Northeast)

Clever Coyote (Plains)

Child of Water and Little Blue Rock (Apache)

How Raven Stole Crow's Potlatch (Pacific Northwest)

Wise Owl (Iroquois myth, Woodland Northeast)

By Region

Northeast Woodland Native Americans

Southeast Woodland Native Americans

Plains Native Americans

Southwest Native Americans

Coastal Northwest Native Americans

People of the Plateau

Far North, Arctic Native Americans

Multiple Regions & Overviews

Indian Wars

Pocahontas

Totem Poles

Homes

Baskets

The Three Sisters (food)

Native American Art

For Kids

Native Americans for Kids

Native American games & activities

For Teachers

Classroom Activities for Native Americans

Lesson Plans for Native Americans

Restrictions: 
All our original presentations in PowerPoint format posted to the web are copyrighted and are subject to restrictions.
Is your material copyrighted and may I use it?

Answer: Yes, our material is copyrighted. Lin is a published author, and so am I. Plus, nearly all the original material on the web is copyrighted thanks to the new laws that immediately copyright original work loaded to the web. If you think you won't get caught copying someone else's work, be warned - there are companies on the web that keep track of these things. Many schools these days are paying a fee to these companies so they can see if their students are copying someone else's work.    

The question was: May I use your material? The answer is - absolutely, in your classroom for your students with some restrictions as follows: You may NOT copy our work, put your name on it, and turn it in as your work. You may NOT post our work to the web without our written permission, be it on your site or any other site. You may NOT frame our site. You may NOT sell copies of our work without our written permission. To do so is copyright infraction, which is against the law, and violators can be prosecuted.

Links: If you need our permission to link to our site, you have it! Links to our site are encouraged and appreciated. Thanks!