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5th SS Ch 3 study

5th grade social studies chapter 3 test review

The Dakota lived in _____ the longest. Minnesota
Examples of Generosity (The badger and the bear) Shared food with others and gave good freely without holding anything back
People earned this for the work they do to buy food, clothing etc. Income
How do you make more income? Improve your knowledge and skills
4 ways to improve someones skills Practice their skill, more education and training, stay healthy & productive and connect with people who can help them
Dakota Lifestyle Gathered food, made things themselves and traded with others
Dakota people lived in Tipi or bark lodges
Ways to show respect Speak softly, move carefully inside the home, keep eyes lowered, avoid watching others sleep, use family titles
Example of the Circle of History If you don't heal a wound, it is going to come back again
The Dakota who lived in the north and east Hunted game, harvested wild rice and fished
The Dakota who lived in the south and west Followed migrations of buffalo and lived amongst the prairies
All Dakota groups were part of this one large nation Dakota Oyate
How many bands are in the Dakota Nation? Seven
Dakota Bands spoke one of these three dialects Dakota, Nakota or Lakota
Communities in MN Sisseton, Wahpeton, Mdewakanton and Wahpekute
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