Below is a growing list of resources available for use in the classroom and for home schooling.
Savannah Under Fire– Revolutionary Mathematics, Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science: Using Archeology and the American Revolution to Teach Otherwise Boring Stuff. By Rita Folse Elliott, 2011 (21.3 MB) [Teacher’s Curriculum, based on findings detailed in archaeology technical reports].
Project Archaeology– Project Archaeology is composed of three integral components:
- High quality educational materials
- Professional development for educators
- Continuing professional support
Abercorn Archaeology– a project on Savannah’s Southside
Abby the ArchaeoBus, a project of the Society for Georgia Archaeology
Books and curricula also from the Society for Georgia Archaeology
Resources from the Society for American Archaeology
Bartow County, Georgia- The Leake Site
Learn NC LEARN NC was a program of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Education from 1997 – 2013. It provided lesson plans, professional development, and innovative web resources to support teachers, build community, and improve K-12 education in North Carolina. Learn NC is no longer supported by the School of Education – this is a historical archive of their website.
Adventures in Archaeological Science coloring book by the Max Planck Institute.
The Heritage Education Network (THEN): 52 pages of resources!