Cottontail Tames Wood, Water, and Rock

Additional Resources

  • Circle of Stories- Learn about storytelling, listen to stories told by Native storytellers.
  • John Jarvie Historic Ranch: Ute Map Lesson - This lesson is intended for 4-6 grades, however there are many sections that can be used with younger students. "In the Ute map lesson, students will learn about the history of the Ute people located in Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming. This history will include precontact lands as well as the transformation and eventual dispossession of Ute lands."
  • Jingle Dancer is a delightful book written by Cynthia Leitich Smith, Muscogee Creek Nation. This is a contemporary picture book written by an Indigenous author. It follows the journey of a young girl's desire to dance in an upcoming powwow. Powwows are social cultural gatherings held all over the country where Native people come to socialize and dance. It is open to the public. There are many such gatherings held in Utah.