What will I find if I search there, using "Native American" as the search term?
The autofill gave me "Native Americans" (obvious) but the second one is "Native Americans totem pole."
Does that mean that queries about totem poles are popular on this site?
Next highest is "Little Social Studies Thinkers for K-1: Pilgrims and Native Americans" by Karen Jones. It has 1,094 ratings. (I'm cringing.)
In fact, eight of the 24 items on the first page of Teachers Pay Teachers (@TpTdotcom) have Thanksgiving in the title or in the subject.
That is not ok, at all, but it is typical.
Verbs are past tense.
Information is factually wrong.
One thing this unit at Teachers Pay Teachers tells kids: for water, pueblo people would go to tops of hills, make giant snowballs, and roll them down to the crops.
But just as surely, this teacher is not reading critically and is mis-educating kids.
Those cartoonish images of "Native Americans" are stereotypes. Obviously, the teachers who created them don't realize they are stereotypes.
When you reflect on what was happening, WHO IS THE AGGRESSOR?