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Native American Pottery: History, Facts & Symbols

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Which area of the United States claims the longest continual habitation?

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1. Why do potters add temper to their clay?

2. The oldest Native American pottery is found where?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Native American pottery will be covered with these study assessments. You'll be quizzed on specific study points including an area of the U.S. with the oldest habitation and the reason for temper in the clay of potters.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Determine how much you know about:

  • Where the oldest Native American pottery is located
  • The process of creating this type of pottery
  • A type of lifestyle associated with the appearance of pottery

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on Native American pottery
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding why potters use tempers
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about where the oldest Native American pottery has been found and the steps for creating this pottery

Additional Learning

You can learn more about the art with the lesson named Native American Pottery: History, Facts & Symbols. Follow along with the study points below:

  • A history of Native American pottery
  • Origins of this pottery in the U.S.
  • Facts about Native American pottery and how it's made
  • Decoration and symbols
  • Pueblos and Navajo pottery
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