Digital Learning Workshop | Ages 8-14 | online
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Lessons in Native American Cultures with Puppetry

Learn about three different Native American cultures (Eastern Woodlands, Plains, Southwest) while they create their own Hopi Kachina Hand Puppet.

Activities focus on the use of natural resources from the different regions, and how these resources shaped their lives in regard to clothing, shelter and even transportation. We discuss Kachinas and Hopi culture.

This is a great arts and social studies lesson all in one!

Puppet: Hopi Kachina Hand Puppet

Program Length: 60 Minutes

Sara
Digital Learning Director
Sara Burmenko
Sara started her career at the Center in 2000, after receiving her degree in Education. Her first position was in the Education department, where she was able to combine her passion for the arts, as well as her love for teaching. Throughout her time at the Center, Sara took on many different roles, settling in the Digital Learning Department. In 2016, she became the department’s director and has continued to expand its award-winning programming. Digital Learning is currently in all 50 states and 88 countries.