The history and culture of diverse groups of Native Americans come to life in this program about North America's first inhabitants. Children learn to count to ten in the Pima language and say a few words in the Navajo language, take a field trip to the southwestern Gila River Reservation near Phoenix, Arizona, learn about the traditional crafts still made by Native Americans today and learn how to make their own sand paintings. They'll also enjoy an animated Inuit folktale titled Fox Fools Eagle and sing along to "Chumash Welcome Song." Part of the American Cultures for Children DVD Series, which introduces children to the rich tapestry of world cultures thriving in America today. Features Tony Award-winning actress Phylicia Rashad. A teacher's guide is included. Close-captioned. For Grades K-4. 12 volumes in set.