A history website for 7-9 year olds.
The Colonial Williamsburg Kids Zone includes interactive games and activities for kids.
Database of various interactive archaeology games, photo galleries, and more.
Box Office Archaeology
Refining Hollywood’s Portrayals of the Past
Julie M Schablitsky (Editor)
256 pp. / 6.00 x 9.00 / May, 2007
Wikipedia page for Indiana Jones.
Dr. Henry Walton "Indiana" Jones, Jr., often shortened to "Indy", is the title character of the Indiana Jones franchise. George Lucas created the character in homage to the action heroes of 1930s film serials.
Educational Resources, Learning Plans, eBooks and more compiled by staff from the Florida Public Archaeology Network.
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Slavery and Freedmen
Archaeology Outreach comes to your school for a hands-on history experience!
An Extensive Guide To Archaeology... Archaeology is as old as mankind yet as new as the latest discovery. ArchaeologyExpert is a practical resource that conveniently catalogues a wealth of pertinent articles in relevant sections, suitable for either the professional or the enthusiastic amateur.
Students will discuss the definition of archaeology and its applications; compare two archaeological investigations; and write mystery about the archaeological discovery of a body.
Students will discover how to analyze artifacts to learn about life in colonial America, and apply what they learn about analyzing artifacts to objects found in our own culture.
The Florida Public Archaeology Network is dedicated to the protection of cultural resources, both on land and underwater, and to involving the public in the study of their past.
The Institute of History, Archaeology, and Education, Inc. (IHARE) is committed to sharing the fascination of Archaeology, ancient civilizations, American and local history with students, teachers and people of all ages.
MAHS actively supports the documentation and preservation of our global maritime heritage and provides opportunities for members to serve, learn and develop skills in the fields of maritime history and archeology.
State-by-State Guide to Archaeology and Paleontology Events for kids, families, and schools.
The MUA provides educational resources and teaching kits for all grade levels K - graduate school.
The NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries aims to provide teachers with resources and training to support ocean literacy in America's classrooms. You will find curriculum, lesson plans, and activities that will excite your students about science and technology.
Teaching with Historic Places (TwHP) uses properties listed in the National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places to enliven history, social studies, geography, civics, and other subjects. TwHP has created a variety of products and activities that help teachers bring historic places into the classroom.
Project Archaeology: Investigating Shelter is a supplementary science and social studies curriculum unit for grades 3 through 5 and easily adaptable for middle and high school U.S. History classes. It consists of nine comprehensive lessons guiding students through the archaeological study of shelter including geography, historic photos, oral histories, a toolkit of scientific concepts, and a final performance of understanding. The lessons connect students to the human past through discovery. Students learn how archaeologists study the past and investigate a real archaeological site! Explore a slave cabin, farm house, colonial home, and several Native American shelters right from your classroom!
The South Carolina Archaeology Public Outreach Division was established in 2010 with a mission to encourage knowledge of South Carolina’s cultural heritage and archaeology.
By using the slogan ‘Preserving Heritage through Archaeology Education,’ SCAPOD will ensure the studies of cultural heritage and archaeology are used as innovative educational tools to help people learn about history and diversity. SCAPOD will encourage sustainable support for the preservation of cultural resources within the state of South Carolina.
The website includes teaching resources and lesson plans.
The Texas Beyond History website incorporates virtual museum exhibits, resources for kids and teachers, FAQ, glossary, and site search to improve public access to the archeology and cultural heritage of Texas.
Compelling stories from the rich diversity of historical archaeology revealed by the work of more than 30 archaeological teams across North America.
See if you can figure out what life was like 200 years ago for Thomas and Elizabeth Springer's family in New Castle, Delaware. At the same time discover what historians in the next century could learn about you if they found your house exactly the way it is today.
Volunteer at the Alexandria Archaeology Museum. Learn new skills, and indulge your curiosity about the past. Excavation, artifact study, historical research, computer work, oral history, editing, teaching and other opportunities may be seasonally available.
The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) promotes archaeological inquiry and public understanding of the material record of the human past to foster an appreciation of diverse cultures and our shared humanity.
A connected community of professional archaeologists and archaeology enthusiasts from over 100 countries around the world.
A few links that can help the beginner or seasoned professional gain archaeological experience in just a week or more depending on your commitment.
Volunteer Opportunities within the National Park Service.
These web pages are designed for members of the public who want to know more about archaeology, as well as for archaeologists who want to know more about working with the public.
Passport in Time is a volunteer archaeology and historic preservation program of the US Forest Service.
New volunteer opportunities are periodically available for both the Library and the Archives.