The Longfellow elementary fifth grade social studies class put their creativity and knowledge to the test after the conclusion of an Early Americans Unit. The class chose a subcategory of Native Americans and created accurate representations of their homes in the pre-Colonization era. The projects were amazingly authentic, with some students even using real animal hides to make their teepees. Sugar cubes were another popular medium for those who were particularly interested in the early Inuit people. The class worked extremely hard, and it definitely showed throughout their projects!