Learn how the exciting field of archaeology can bring history, art, language, mathematics, social studies, and scientific inquiry to your classroom while meeting the Common Core State Standards.
Project Archaeology: Investigating Shelter is a supplementary science and social studies curriculum guide for grades 3 through 5. Workshop participants will receive archaeology education guides published by Project Archaeology that take students through an archaeological investigation, including accounts from oral history, use of primary documents, and interpreting the archaeological record.
Project Archaeology: Investigating Shelter Teacher Workshop will be held on April 19, 2013 at Prescott Farm Environmental Education Center in Laconia, NH. Guest speaker Dr. Richard Boisvert, NH State Archaeologist will give a presentation on archaeology in NH. After the workshop participants will be treated to a guided tour of Prescott Farm where many of the historic features will be highlighted.
This workshop is presented by the NH Division of Historical Resources, the State Conservation and Rescue Archaeology Program (SCRAP), and the NH Department of Transportation. Project Archaeology is sponsored by the Bureau of Land Management and Montana State University.