Today in History we made wampum beads. Wampum beads were valuable to the Iroquois Indians. They used them as money, gifts, and messages. After learning about them, we made ourselves some. Here are the results.
We made a simple salt clay, rolled the clay into small beads, poked a hole in them with a toothpick, then baked them. After they cooled down the kids colored them with Sharpies.
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