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Long ago Cherokee dancers would dance, and through dancing tell stories about the tribe. The wrapped themselves in colorful blankets and wore masks to represent people, feelings, and animals that shared their world. The masks had exaggerated features such as extra-long noses, big bushy eyebrows, or horns to represent characters in the stories. The most popular Cherokee masks are represented here for children to color and do lessons in matching, mazes, completing sentences, connecting dots, counting, spelling, and more. For ...

Cherokee Masks Activity Book 2002, Book Publishing Company (TN)

ISBN-13: 9781570671319

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