The Native American tribes discussed and the extra resources we are using are listed below. One of the best sites for what book NOT to use for Native American studies is the Oyate Books to Avoid list.
Lore can be found at the Native American Lore Index from ilhawaii.net.
Native American paper house models can be fun to make.
The Eye of the Needle: based on a Yupik Tale
Pronto Lessons: Iroquois Part 1 Iroquois Part 2
Giving Thanks: A Native American Good Morning Message by Jake Swamp (check it out at Amazon)
If You Lived With the Iroquois Lapbook from Homeschool Share
paper model of a longhouse
Pronto Lessons: Cherokee
Only the Names Remain: The Cherokees and the Trail of Tears by Alex Bealer (check it out at Amazon)
Pronto Lessons: Cheyenne
paper model of a teepee
Buffalo Hunt by Russell Freedman
Pronto Lessons: Apache
portions of Geronimo: His Own Story
Pronto Lessons: Ute
The Legend of the Bluebonnet by Tomie dePaola
Pronto Lessons: Nez Perce
The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush by Tomie dePaola
Pronto Lessons: Makah
Pronto Lessons: Wiyot
Other Native American studies links:
Native American Lapbook (corresponds to Pronto Lessons!) from Lapbook Lessons
Lesson Plans from Mr. Donn
Learn About Native Americans (Arlington Heights School District 25)
Apples for the Teacher Online (and printable) Native American Coloring Pages
Andy's American History Worksheets
One State Many Nations
Famous Native Americans
Native Americans from Teacher Oz
The completed pages for the history notebook, as well as a very simple lapbook. I think some of his drawings are very impressive for an almost-6-year-old!