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These worksheets have the students explore the Kayapo’s beliefs, examine the differences and simalarities between us and them, as well as giving them an opportunity to research the tribe by answering their peers questions about them
These worksheets have the students explore the Matmata People’s homes and debate whether having a Star Wars picture filmed at the location would have a positive ro negative affect on their lives.
These worksheets have the students look closely at the acate green tree frog which, as well as being a culinary delicacy, are used to increase hunting ability. Additionally the students investigate an oil company who are exploring the Matses’s land to drill.
These worksheets have the students explore how llamas and the Quechua Tribes have adapted to their environment and how, with our changing climate, the llamas and Quechue could continue to adapt.
These worksheets help the students to explore the set up of the Yanomami village, the daily lives and rolls of the girls/mothers and boys/fathers, as well as investigating the use of paint to decorate their faces and bodies.
Alongside the numerous animals which call the rainforest home there are about 1.5 million people, and they have been there for thousands of years. They are able to get everything from the forest including their food, homes, clothes, medicines and more.
Amazingly around 500 million people live on mountains – that’s about a tenth of the Earth’s population. So how do these people learn to live and survive such harsh conditions? These worksheets and activities look specifically at The Chagga People, The Sherpa People and The Quechua Tribe
The polar opposite of living on a tropical island, the idea of living in the arctic is not most people’s idea of home. With no vegetation or natural shelter it is hard to believe that some do call this landscape home and overcome the harsh conditions. These worksheets and activities look specifically at The Inuit People
The savannah alternates between wet and dry seasons and for each special skills are needed to survive. Vegetation is sparse while dangers are many but tribes are still found in these areas. These worksheets and activities look specifically at The Maasai Tribe
Living in the deserts is incredibly hard but a staggering 650 million people live there – that’s 13% of the world’s population! They have perfected ways to keep cool and to find water where there is seemingly none. These worksheets and activities look specifically at The San People and The Matmata People
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