Our Project Archaeology Blog

Our Project Archaeology Blog

OUR PROJECT ARCHAEOLOGY BLOG

Rena Pikyavit Fremont Indian State Park

Teacher Appreciation Week 2024

Discover Tree Ring Dating and How People Adapted to Climate Change. Archaeologists work with other scientists to reconstruct the climate that past people like the Fremont experienced by studying tree rings. Continue reading

712 DeRoode St.

Archaeology and Accessibility

Project Archaeology curricula have been carefully crafted to teach math, science, social studies, art, and engineering using archaeology as the focus point, but how to adapt that for students who are visually impaired? Continue reading

One of the many beautiful formations at Medicine Rocks State Park. (Photo courtesy of Montana State Parks)

Introducing Investigating Medicine Rocks

This post is about our new Project Archaeology: Investigating Rock Art regional curriculum: Investigating Medicine Rocks. In this curriculum, students will study an archaeological site at Medicine Rocks State Park referred to as “Locality E”, studied by archaeologists in 2010. Continue reading