Native American Programs
Native American Full
Students will learn about pre-colonial Native American ways of life including traditional homes, clothing, hunting, and gardening through hands-on experiences. These include examining cultural materials made by Native people such as hunting tools and items for making clothing and preparing food. Students will also hike Imago’s trails to find things in nature that Native peoples in this time period could have used in their daily lives in addition to learning about cultural aspects including music, dance, and Native American games.
Native American Overview
This shorter Native American program features the highlights of our full-day experience. Students will learn how local Native Americans lived in the forests with particular attention paid to hunting and growing food, the making of clothes, and the tools associated with everyday life. Music and a skill game will also be included.
Native American Traveling
A one-hour version of the Native American Overview can be presented at your school.
Program Provider: Imago Earth Center
Grade Level: a) Pre-K, b) Kindergarten, c) 1st Grade, d) 2nd Grade, e) 3rd Grade, f) 4th Grade, g) 5th Grade
How much does the program cost? Onsite Programs: Half Day (1.5 - 2 hour) programs are $4.00 per participant with a $60 minimum. Full Day (3 - 3.5 hours) programs are $6.50 per participant with a $100 minimum. Please note that the Native American Overview is $4.50 per participant due to cost of extra materials.
Program Length: Over 1 hour
Maximum Number of Students: 60
Days Offered: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Times Offered: Flexible
State Content Standards Met: Ohio, Kentucky
Venue Needed: Any
Region: Greater Cincinnati Area
Extra materials, if any: