Powwow | Thanksgiving song | Fall Song | Native Americans | Jack Hartmann




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Published on Oct 20, 2015

Powwow is a wonderful calendar song to celebrate fall and Thanksgiving time. Powwow has an authentic Native American musical style with a strong and simple drumbeat which helps children feel calm and focus.

This beautiful Thanksgiving Day song celebrates animals and many of the wonders in nature. Children can move and dance to all the action words. Children will love to fly like an eagle, growl like a bear, slither like a snake, creep like a fox, hop like the rabbit and prowl like the wolf. This Thanksgiving song celebrates the bounty in nature as children twinkle like stars, shine like the sun, blow like the wind, grow like the flower, rumble like thunder and turn like the Earth.

Native Americans celebrate their heritage and traditions at a powwow. A powwow is an event where Native American people meet to dance, sing, socialize and honor their cultures.


Fly like the eagle, run like the deer

Swim like the fish, growl like the bear

Slither like the snake, creep like the fox

Hop like the rabbit, prowl like the wolf

Twinkle like the star, shine like the sun

Blow like the wind, grow like the flower

Flow like the mountain stream, turn like the earth

Rumble like the thunder, fall like the rain



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