below take you to some Web sites that will help you learn more about archaeology.
- National Parks Service - Archaeology for Kids
- Edgewater Park Site
The Edgewater Park site represents a Native American campsite located
along the banks of the Iowa River that was occupied around 3,500–3,550
years ago (2,000–2,050 B.C). Sponsored by the Iowa Office of the
Iowa's Office of the State Archaeologist
This site will help you learn more about Iowa's past.
Learn about the federal archaeology program on the National Park Service
- Archaeology Education Newsletter
This newsletter of the Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center at the
Universiy of Wisconsin in La Crosse has an activity page for students
and lesson plans for teachers.
- National Register of Historic
Their resource pages, "Teaching with Historic Places," has 60 classroom-ready
lesson plans on American History.
- Effigy Mounds National
This online teacher's guide, located on the National Park Service Web
site, provides lots of lesson plans for grades 1-12.
Find information on this site about the Toolesboro Mounds, including
their location, history and a teacher's guide. Sponsored by the State
Historical Society of Iowa.