Educational Materials

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Additional Archaeology Education Resources

    • The Uniquely Louisiana   portal site is a unique opportunity for teachers and families to find educational resources to use in or out of the classroom.
    • The Society for American Archaeology's Public Education Committee provides the Teaching Archaeology   online hub to access teaching guidelines, K-12 activities & resources, post-secondary resources, teacher training & field opportunities, and additional archaeology education portals. 
    • Project Archaeology makes archaeology education accessible to students and teachers nationwide through educational materials and professional development.  Visit Project Archaeology's Louisiana State Program Page   and contact the State Coordinator to learn how you can use the curriculum and activities to teach your students about archaeology and how to respect and protect our state and nation’s rich cultural heritage. 
    • Our counterparts at the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources created an Archaeology A to Z Coloring Book, illustrated in 2020 by SCDNR Archaeology intern Ashley Dale Henslee.  The vocabulary and definitions are in both English and Spanish. 
    • Archaeology in the Community has an Ancient Nubia (Egypt and Sudan) lesson plan that aligns with Common Core standards for grades 6-10 and other educational materials available on their website.
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