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In this archaeology activity, learners consider ways in which excavating an underwater site is different from excavating a terrestrial site.
In this outdoor archaeology activity, learners use mathematical skills and scientific inquiry to generate and process information from their own excavation site.
In this art-related activity, learners make a coin rubbing—a process similar to what archeologists may do with ancient artifacts. This activity can be used in connection with a history or art lesson.
In this activity about archaeology, learners will explore different Egyptian hieroglyphs and recognize their meanings and uses.
In this activity, learners examine the culture and history of the tomb site.
In this activity, learners create their own archaeological profiles.
In this archaeology activity, learners make observations and conduct an experiment to demonstrate the effect saltwater has on artifacts.
In this archaeology meets art activity, learners make a mosaic and consider the ways in which art communicates.
This activity is about the mural making process done about 9,000 years ago in Catalhoyuk, Turkey.
In this activity, learners find Xi'an, the archaeological area in China where the Terra Cotta Army was discovered, on a map or globe and look more closely at the relationship of the warrior site to ot