Each class became a "tribe"- Tribe 3A and Tribe 3B.
Within each tribe, students formed three clan groups.
Each child acted as one family in the clan, and selected an animal spirit to represent them. In Native American culture, an animal can symbolize a quality or way of life. All clan members reviewed paper sculpture skills and began the creative process of designing their animal.
Our raised totem poles:
Fire Clan, African Animals Clan, Northwest Clan
Clan Impossible, Adventure Clan, Clan of the Thunderbird
Discovered foreshortening and perspective all on his own!
1. Alex Scott 2.Albert Einstein 3.Dr. Jonas Salk 4.Thomas Jefferson
5.Saint John Neumann 6.Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis 7.Christa McAuliffe
8.Pat Tillman 9.Betsy Ross 10.Walt Disney 11.Abraham Lincoln
12.Clara Harlowe Barton 13.Harriet Tubman 14.John D. Rockefeller
15. Thomas Edison 16.George Washington 17.Debra Sampson 18.Ronald Regan 19.Welles Crowther 20.Juliette Gordan Low 21.Martin Luther King 22. John F. Kennedy 23.Jackie Robinson 24.Rosa Parks 25. Charles Schultz