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Play: The Native American Way

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Age Group
Ages 6 and up

 

Presenter
Jim Wallen
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In a time before computers and cell phones, Native Americans played games that were exciting and taught life skills essential to their surroundings and culture. During this very participatory, fun-filled program, award-winning storyteller Jim "Two Crows" Wallen, will intersperse stories and games that the children played in 17th and 18th century North America.

 

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