Fremont Pithouse

Fremont Pithouse

Investigating a Fremont Pithouse incorporates authentic archaeological and historical research to teach students about the use and importance of the Fremont Pithouse and the past and present lives of Fremont people. Discover the past through evidence from an...
Investigating a Wintu Roundhouse

Investigating a Wintu Roundhouse

Investigating a Wintu Roundhouse Investigating a Wintu Roundhouse incorporates authentic archaeological and historical research to teach students about the use and importance of the Wintu Roundhouse in the past and present lives of Wintu people. Discover from an...
Investigating Shelter Core Teaching Materials

Investigating Shelter Core Teaching Materials

Investigating Shelter Core Teaching Materials Project Archaeology: Investigating Shelter is a supplementary science and social studies curriculum unit for grades 3 through 5. The unit supports Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in literacy and mathematics, especially...
Pawnee Earthlodge

Pawnee Earthlodge

Pawnee Earthlodge Investigating a Pawnee Earthlodge teaches students about a Pawnee shelter called an Earthlodge, the history of their ancestors, and about the Pawnee tribe today through authentic archaeological and historical inquiry. Instructions for the Teacher:...
Plains Tipi

Plains Tipi

Plains Tipi Investigating a Plains Tipi uses authentic archaeological and historical research paired with oral histories to teach students about the use and importance of the Plains Tipi in the past and present lives of Plains Indians. Instructions for the Teacher:...
Rock Shelter

Rock Shelter

Rock Shelter Investigating a Rock Shelter teaches students about early life in Northwestern Colorado through authentic archaeological research conducted on the Red Army Rock Shelter Site. Instructions for the Teacher: The teacher’s document is 30 pages, consisting of...