This interactive program focuses on the everyday life of an Ohio Native America child in the late 1700's, including food, clothing and shelter. Children experience daily life skills, pictographs, games and stories. The program stresses Native Americans' historic uses of forest resources.
*While designed for a Nature Center, this program can be adapted to work at your school.
* This program is only available as a field trip at CALDWELL nature center.
*To include daily life style activities, program must run a minimum of 2 hours.
Program Provider: Cincinnati Parks
Grade Level: b) Kindergarten, c) 1st Grade, d) 2nd Grade, e) 3rd Grade, f) 4th Grade
How much does the program cost? $5 per child and chaperone. Teachers are FREE. Minimum Fee: $125 (equivalent to 25 children/paying adults)
Program Provider Website: http://www.cincinnatiparks.com
Contact Person Name: Erin Morris
Contact Person Phone: 513-321-6070 Ext 10
Contact Person Email: Dianne.email@example.com
Subject Matter: Geology/Fossils, Gardening Agriculture and Soil, History
Program Length: Flexible
Maximum Number of Students: 65
Days Offered: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Times Offered: Flexible
State Content Standards Met: Ohio
Venue Needed: Off-Site Venue
Region: Greater Cincinnati Area
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