Click Ball and Triangle. Read about the game.
What modern game does it remind you of?
Click Return to Native Tech's Main Games and Toys Menu.
Click Little Pines. Read about the ways that Penobscot girls made dolls.
Click Northeastern Native American Beadwork and then Introduction.
Click Next Page to see where the Penobscot and other Eastern Native American groups live.
Continue through the exhibit by clicking Next Page.
Click the photographs to see Penobscot beadwork.
Read "A Few Facts About Snow." What new facts do you find?
Scroll to the maps under "U.S. Snowfall Patterns." Study the key to find out what each color means.
What is the average yearly snowfall where you live?
About how many days of snow cover per year does your area have?
Click New York and then Buffalo.
Scroll down to the average snowfall table.
How much snow does Buffalo receive on average each year?
Click the Back arrow twice. Find and click your state and then a city near you.
How does the snowfall near you compare to Buffalo?s?
Read "The Broken Pot."
Read "The Poor Man and the Flask of Oil."
Scroll down and choose two more stories to read.
How are all of the stories alike? How are they different?
Read the page. Then click the drawing next to "I will take you to fables of pure delight."
Click the picture next to "The Two Frogs."
Read the story. Why was it important for the second frog to continue paddling in the bucket?
Click Back and read other fables. What is the message of each.