Students role-play the position of archaeologists to determine the different types of artifacts. They cut out a drawing of their object and connect them with their classmates objects. They write an essay about their object and where it was found.
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Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay Landscape Long Ago and Today
Combine a fantastic review of primary source analysis with a study of Captain John Smith's influence on the Chesapeake Bay region in the seventeenth century. Your young historians will use images, a primary source excerpt, and maps...
4th - 5th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
The Ancient Cliff Dwellers of Mesa Verde
Young scholars research evidence discovered during Mesa Verde archaeological dig, view images of ancient artifacts, simultate real dig and reconstruct items buried on school grounds, and create newsletter or video tape skit.
3rd - 6th Social Studies & History
Archaeological Self-Study: What Do Our Belongings and Trash Tell About Us?
Young scholars examine how their belongings and their trash represents who they are. In this archaeology skills lesson plan, students watch a video titled "Discovering the Past" and then give archaeological techniques a try. Young...
3rd - 5th Social Studies & History