Try to create the ancient structure below using only marterials found around where you live.
I spy... an artifact. Use our clues to find the mystery artifacts in your own home, in our Online Connections, and in our Virtual Tours.
Did you know archaeologists are also interested in nature? Use this scavenger hunt to explore your environment and study the trees that you find.
By sorting, Archaeologists put artifacts into categories based on what is similar about them.
Have you ever wondered how ancient people added color to their scultpture, walls, or art? Find out more about what natural substances make particular colors and make your paints at home! Raid your spice cabinets and even your yard to find all the ingredients for this project.
Humans have been creating maps since ancient times. Find inspiration in historic maps, then try creating a map of your neighborhood.
Sourdough is the oldest form of leavened bread and was made by ancient Egyptians and Mesopotamians. Learn more about the connection between science and baking in this edible experiment.
Sundials use shadows to tell time and have been used by people for thousands of years. Participate in this activity to use the sun, your shadow, and some sidewalk chalk to create human sundials.
Archaeologists are like detectives that investigate the lives of the people of the past. This fun kitchen exploration guides us into thinking about what clues we will leave for future archaeologists.