Location/Climate Resources Homes Trees Tribes
100
What is the Plains People?
Extreme climate: Cold Winters and Hot Summers
100
What is Buffalo?
They could be stalked by foot, herded into a corral, or forced to jump off a cliff to be killed?
100
What is a Longhouse?
24 families live together
100
What are Totem poles?
Made from cear and carved animals and birds
100
What is the Northwest Coast People?
First People group whose nations were divided into tribes, then clans, then families
200
What is Eastern Woodlands people?
By Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River
200
What is cedar?
Large ones grew and were used to make canoes, food boxes and totem poles.
200
What is a Pit house?
Plateau Peoples winter home in the ground
200
What is Plateau People?
Smaller trees made smaller canoes for these people
200
What is the Beothuks?
Known as the Red Indians because of the clay they rubbed on their bodies, they were hunted and killed by the Europeans.
300
What is Plateau People?
Located between Pacific Coastal Mountains and Rocky Mountains
300
What is the Pacific Ocean?
Food source where whales, seals, and sea otter are found for the Northwest Coast Peoples
300
What is a tipi?
Plains people lived in these because they were easy to move and also were used as a travois.
300
What is maple tree?
Collected sap to make maple syrup
300
What is the Iroquois?
The name of the largest and most powerful tribe in the Eastern Woodlands area.
400
What is Arctic People?
Tundra (flat and treeless) and Permafrost
400
What is caribou?
Meat, clothing, snowshoes, knives and arrowhead come from this animal from the Subarctic.
400
What is Northwest Coast People?
People who lived in permanent Homes on bays and inlets
400
What is cedar?
Many grew in the rainforest and were used to make dugout canoes, cooking boxes, and art
400
What is the Inuit?
Wore 2 layers of clothing: fur facing inward and caribou hide as an outer layer
500
What is Subarctic People?
Land stretches across Canada with long, cold, snowy winters and warm, dry summers
500
What is Eastern Woodlands?
Canada's first farmers which grew corn, beans and squash
500
What is an igloo?
The name for "house": winter one for hunting and tent in summer.
500
What is Birchbark?
Used to make canoes, houses, and containers that were lightweight to make them easier to carry
500
What is the First Peoples?
Were mistakenly called Indians because the Europeans thought they landed in India, but the preferred name for these people are called.




First People: Canada

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