EARTH SCIENCE FOR KIDS (grades K 1 2 ). archeology for kids Dig for fossils and figure and discover clues about the animal. http://www.clark.issaquah.wednet.edu/TLCLook/Academics/Science/earth.html
Virginia htm Teacher resources from Colonial Williamsburg http//www.history.org/history/argy/argykids.htmarcheology for kids from Colonial Williamsburg http//www http://www.mtsu.edu/~then/Abystate/page48.html
Arkansas Archeology Week 2001 and about choosing archeology as a career. The Fort Smith NationalHistoric Site also sponsored a workshop on archeology for kids. http://www.uark.edu/campus-resources/archinfo/archweek2001.html
Extractions: Teaching Resources Archeology Month Education News Internships ... Archeology Links Arkansas Archeology Week 2001 was celebrated October 20-28 with 30 different events at 21 venues throughout the state. The theme for 2001 was "Archeological Parks," which was chosen to recognize these special parks that not only preserve ancient sites, but provide the opportunity for the public to visit and learn about them. Events for Archeology Week 2001 included demonstrations, exhibits, workshops, slide shows, and open houses and were sponsored by museums, libraries, state parks, archeological offices, and various chapters of the Arkansas Archeological Society Participating state parks included Parkin, Toltec Mounds, Bull Shoals-White River, Lake Chicot, Logoly, Petit Jean, Queen Wilhelmina, Prairie Grove, and Blanchard Springs Caverns. Participating museums included the ATU Museum, Russellville; Bella Vista Historical Museum; Children's Museum of Arkansas and Museum of Discovery, Little Rock; Shiloh Museum of Ozark History, Springdale; and the Ft. Smith National Historic Site. Libraries included Clark County Library, Fayetteville Public Library, Garland Co. Library, and the Ouachita Baptist University Library. Details about some of the activities follow.
Home And Family Earth Science for Kids. Projects. Kid Stories. Kids Online. archeology for kids.Space Adventures. Star Wars Official Site. Bill Nye the Science Guy. USFA Kidspage. http://www.magnet1.com/home_family.htm
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Extractions: Education and Outreach NCPTT's Training and Education Opportunities search page SEAC Education and Outreach Colonial Williamsburg Resources for Teachers and Students Crow Canyon Archaeological Center Public Archaeology - World Archaeological Congress ... Welcome to the hidden worlds of archeology! from MTSU Mrs. Newmark's Page of American History and Other Cool Stuff Fieldwork Opportunities: NPS Guides to Fieldwork Opportunities Archaeological Fieldwork Opportunities web server North American Excavations World-wide Current Digs Florida State University Underwater Archaeology Program Advanced Archaeological Field School in Paleoindian Archaeology ... Underwater Archaeology, University of West Florida
KIDS Only? - Cool Links www.txarch.org/children/index.htm The Texas archeology Society's kids' Pages fullof coloring sheets, activities and interesting facts about Texas history. http://www.texasbeyondhistory.net/kids/links.html
Extractions: Rice University in Houston has created an interesting web page on Texas Indians. Check out the powerful picture called "Indian on Horseback". There aren't activities on this site, just some stories about different Texas Indian tribes and their way of life. http://nautarch.tamu.edu/CRL/Report4/skeleton-2.html Underwater archeology is called "nautical archeology". Texas A&M University has a special program in this area to train archeologists. One of their current big projects is the La Salle Shipwreck. In the excavation, archeologists found a human skeleton. This site shows how they were able to see what the man found once looked like. They were even able to tell how tall he was and how many cavities he had! http://www.thc.state.tx.us/belle/index.html The Texas Historical Commission presents ta dah "The La Salle Shipwreck Project"! See the excavation of one of the most important shipwrecks in North America. Learn how archeologists preserve findings like a 300-year-old leather shoe, a canon and hundreds of tiny beads! http://www.digonsite.com/guide/texas.html
Extractions: I Want To Be an Archeologist! Q: Dr. Dirt, I want to be an archeologist when I grow up. Should I start digging in my backyard to practice? A: Q: So I don't need to start digging anything up? I'm just sure there are some T-Rex bones under my dog's house. A: If you're lucky enough to be able to participate in a real dig, go for it! There's no better way to see if you like archeology than to get covered in dirt and dust! Check the Join an Archeological Society [LINK to Archeology] page (and with your teacher) to see if there are any digs open to volunteers in your area. Just remember, there are plenty of ways to dig up information on archeology long before you need to dig in the dirt. And by the way, paleontologists, not archeologists, study dinosaur bones. You better leave that dig to your dog. Q: When do you get to officially be an archeologist? A: Well, some archeologists are professionals. They earn their living doing archeology. Other archeologists are avocationals. They do it in their spare time, so this is a two-part answer.
Kids What do kids like you have to do with archeology? Tons! Check outthe cool stuff kids do with the TAS. Are you a boy scout? Read http://www.txarch.org/kids/
Extractions: About the Society About Archeology Kids Links ... Clovis Country? What do kids like you have to do with archeology? Tons! Check out the cool stuff kids do with the TAS Are you a boy scout? Read about a TAS adventure with Scouts Like to go camping? What if you could spend your whole life outside, bring your tent everywhere you go and hunt with spears? Find out what we know about ancient people who did just that. Read about the Gault Site: Clovis Country? Bored and looking for fun stuff to do online? Click over to KIDS ONLY! You'll find tons of activities, games, and great info to read that will make you smarter than your parents! Don't miss the pooping buffalo
NPS Archeology And Ethnography Home Page archeology For Interpreters A Guide To Knowledge Of The Resource, Suggested reading. InThe Archaeology Education Handbook Sharing the Past with kids, pp. http://www.cr.nps.gov/aad/afori/respon_sug.htm
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Extractions: Table of Contents Social Studies School Service A must see by everyone! Internet History Source Book Project Atlases and Maps Anthropology and Archeology Ancient Egypt - Brought to the web by the British Museum. Excellent site! Arch Net - Virtual Library of Archeology Archeology's DIG - a magazine for kids Digging up the facts about Archeology Human Origins@nationalgeographic.com
Extractions: Email page to a friend Kids' Archeology and Dinosaurs Science Kits Smithsonian Diggin Up Dinosaurs T-Rex Archeology Science Kit Conduct your own archeological dig with Smithsonian Diggin' up Dinosaurs kits. A plastic T-Rex dinosaur skeleton is buried deep within a sand block, waiting to be unearthed. Learn about the earth's great, extinct creatures with these fun sets. More Information Available Here I Want This!
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Extractions: Aldrovandi Palace Hotel The Aldrovandi Palace, located in one of the most serene and elegant areas in town, facing the Villa Borghese Gardens, and close to Via Veneto and the Spanish Steps, boasts a lovely outdoor swimming pool and a private pine-tree park. Once an exclusive college for girls of the Roman nobility and aristocracy, the hotel dates back to the 19th-century style. Ambasciatori Palace Hotel The Ambasciatori Palace Hotel, almost a century old, is a historic building located on one of the most famous streets in the world in the heart of Rome. The furnishings combine the new and the old in harmony with the tradition of the palace but the most modern ammenities are provided. The cuisine is second to none, serving the best of traditional Italian cooking and international fare.
Extractions: Donald Clucas Cucamonga's Chinatown Cucamonga's "Lost" Colonies Transplanted Pennsylvanians In Cucamonga: The Strieby Family Mr. Knott's "Weakly" Newspaper ... Rochester - One of Cucamonga's "Lost Colonies" Are You Digging It? by Jackie Stallcup This article first published in: Inland Empire Magazine, September 1997 What better way to study California history than to go out and dig it up yourself? That's just what Don Clucas's Alta Loma elementary and junior high school students have been doing for over 20 years. an amateur archeologist and a specialist in Native American history and culture, Clucas (also an elementary school teacher at Deer Canyon Shool) has been taking his students on mini-archeological expeditions to local sites since the early 1970s, not long after he started teaching in the Alta Loma school district. The expedition starts in the classroom, but quickly moves outside for actual hands-on digging.