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In this outdoor archaeology activity, learners use mathematical skills and scientific inquiry to generate and process information from their own excavation site.
Learners create their own piece of history by decorating, shattering, and piecing together a flowerpot "artifact".
In this activity, learners map their world by drawing a plan of their bedroom.
In this archaeology-related activity, learners build their own time capsule and choose a storage location and a date to reopen it.
Coins are everyday objects which tell a lot about the people who use them.
In this activity, young learners (2 years and up) explore dirt and what is in it by painting with mud.
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 activity, Christina Elson, an archaeologist from the American Museum of Natural History, guides learners as they investigate an "artifact" and record their observations in a field journal.