Build a small teepee by leaning either three poles into each other to form a conical shape, securing the poles at the top, and then covering them with water-resistant fabric or traditional animal hide. Attach ties to all... More »

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To build a craft teepee, first download the teepee template from First Pallette's website. Decorate the teepee, and score each side of the door. Cut the slit in the middle of the door, and fold the door flaps outward usi... More »

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To make a teepee, use nine poles and twine to make a frame, and wrap canvas or fabric around the frame. You also need a marker, tape, scissors or a knife, and sticks. Longer poles can be used to make a large teepee, or s... More »

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To make a teepee, use nine poles and twine to make a frame, and wrap canvas or fabric around the frame. You also need a marker, tape, scissors or a knife, and sticks. Longer poles can be used to make a large teepee, or s... More »

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The Chumash built dome-shaped houses constructed of willow poles with a grass mat overlay and an opening at the top to allow smoke to escape. The houses, called ‘aps, had a door frame built from a whale’s rib with skins ... More »

To make a no-sew teepee for children, arrange four 1 3/4-inch-by-6-foot poplar poles to form the teepee frame, and drill a hole through each pole. Insert jute rope in the holes, wrapping the rope around each pole as it i... More »

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To build a teepee, which is also spelled tipi or tepee, cut a large piece of canvas into a semicircle. Erect the poles, and then pull the canvas around the pole frame. More »