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“Do you know what happens inside a Plains Tipi?” By Jonah and Charlie. Do you want to learn about what happens inside the tipi? Lets learn, first we will tell you about when they have fires inside. They have fires inside when it gets cold outside because they need warmth, also when they cook the buffalo meat. They also prop open the flap when it gets hot inside the tipi. They open the top flap when smoke comes from the buffalo meat. They also kept there utensils and weapons. Inside the chiefs teepee the chief smoked his pipe. That is all you need to know about the inside of teepees Ask for kids. Retrieved on February 1, 2012. Kalman, Bobbie life in a plains camp. Retrieved on February 1, 2012.

''Putting up teepees''By Sasha and SophiaWe are going to tell you about putting up teepees. Aren’t you exited? First it takes about 50 hides to cover a large teepee and 12 for a small one. When you put up a teepee you need 3 to 4 poles to make it stand up. 4 poles are added in big and small gaps. Teepees were warm in the winter and cool in the summer. The cover folds around the poles, but the cover leaves an open gap for the door way. Ittakes a long time to build a teepee but when you are done you will be proud of yourself. Kalman, Bobby. Life in a plans camp. retreived on febuary 2, 2012

"Shelter for the Plains"By Rory, Jonah, Sasha, Charlie, Sophia, and Lauren.

“Decorating Plains Teepees”By: Rory and Lauren Do you want to learn how Native Americans decorated their teepees? Well check this out! The Plains people used bright colors (made from berry juices), had painted symbols, and had cool patterns all over their teepees. Sometimes, they would decorate their teepees based on stories that were passed down from generation to generation. They usually painted small decorations because they would move shortly. These are just a few facts about decorating Plains teepees.Kalman, Bobbie. Life in a Plains Camp. Ask for kids.com. Retrieved February 1, 2012.


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