- $8 adults
- $6 seniors and college students
- $6 children ages 5-17
- Free for children age 4 and under and MNHS members.
Incorporating multiple senses and multiple disciplines including history, anthropology, archaeology and biology, these school programs meet Minnesota State Academic Standards in science and social studies. All field trips include a video presentation, atlatl program, prairie walk and tour of the carvings. Teachers choose one of the following lessons. Optional activities are also available.
All programs support state of Minnesota academic standards in social studies.
Explore how American Indians used technological innovations to adapt to an ever-changing climate through 7,000 years of time.
Students learn about life on the prairie through hands-on exploration of items that American Indians used in daily life and packed on a travois (drag sled) for travel. Students also discover how American Indians kept track of history by recording symbols on hides called "winter counts."
$5 per student
One free adult per 10 students
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