Native American Sand Art Arrowhead Necklace Craft

DIY Native American craft for kids

As we  near Thanksgiving we often study the history of our country and the Native American Traditions and customs. This Native American Sand Art Arrowhead Necklace is a good craft to commemorate the season and encourage conversation.

Trivia:

There are 574 federally recognized Indian Nations in the United States. Approximately 229 of these ethnically, culturally and linguistically diverse nations are located in Alaska; the other federally recognized tribes are located in 35 other states. Source: National Congress of American Indians – Tribal Nations & the United States: An Introduction

Supplies
  • Craft Sand
  • Brown Card Stock
  • Pony Beads
  • 3′ Jute
  • White Glue
  • Markers
  • Hole Punch
Instructions
  1. Print pattern on brown card stock. Cut out.
  2. Cover the arrowhead with a thin layer of white glue. Sprinkle with craft sand, knock off extra. Let dry.\
  3. Add details with marker.
  4. Punch hole.
  5. String a few beads on your jute
  6. .String through hole in arrowhead piece. Tie off leaving ends hanging down.
  7. Tie beads on each end.
Patterns, Templates and Printables

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