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If Trash Could TalkAdd to list Details
Ancient trash tells archaeologists a lot about the past. In this activity, learners take a close look inside their trash can and think about the clues it offers about their lives.
In this activity about archaeology, learners will explore different Egyptian hieroglyphs and recognize their meanings and uses.
Create Your Own Time CapsuleAdd to list Details
In this archaeology-related activity, learners build their own time capsule and choose a storage location and a date to reopen it.
In this math activity, learners create symmetrical designs for paper models of special blouses known as huipiles.
In this activity, learners grow germs collected from their hands and other objects. They cultivate the germs on a growth medium (such as slices of grapefruit or processed cheese) for a week.
Making MosaicsAdd to list Details
In this archaeology meets art activity, learners make a mosaic and consider the ways in which art communicates.
Home Mycology Lab
Agriculturalists have long considered mushroom growing a challenge, largely because you need a piece of benchtop equipment known as a laminar flow hood.
Family Traits and Traditions
In this activity, learners play a matching game with their families to discover common inherited traits and traditions. Learners distinguish between inherited traits and learned traditions.