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In this lesson, students learn to identify symbols and features on a topographic map to understand how archaeologists study the landscape where they conduct research.
This packet was created to provide archaeologists with a set of hands-on interactive activities that could be replicated at local archaeological events. There are many hands-on activities here that can be replicated in the classroom.
In this lesson, students analyze sites using primary written sources and identify artifacts and ecofacts.
This packet from the Society for American Archaeology has a number of introductory lesson plas.
Created for Public Archaeology Day, this booklet contains activities using archaeological knowledge, word searches, connect-the-dots, and 3D models of artifacts.
Created for Public Archaeology Day, this booklet contains activities using coloring, spot-the-difference, comic books, and 3D models of artifacts for a variety of ages.
In this lesson, students hypothesize about the use of artifacts classified as tools and utensils.
In this lesson, students develop a site grid like an archaeologist to map locations of artifacts.