Lesson Plans

AIA Lesson Plans

Third-party Lesson Plans

  1. American School of Classical Studies at Athens has a series of more than a dozen lesson plans and teacher resources on Greco-Roman civilization and the medieval Mediterranean world.
  2. Metropolitan Museum of Art, K-12 lesson plans (Ancient Mesopotamia – Literacy, Then & Now; Muses vs. Sirens; Ancient Animals at Work; Power in Mesopotamia; Architecture and the Natural World).
  3. Crow Canyon Archaeological Center Classroom Resources. The Archaeology of Cactus Run: A Paper Excavation; Pueblo Indian History for Kids and more.
  4. National Park Service Junior Ranger Archaeology Program.
  5. Think Like an Archaeologist” provides 6th graders with a comprehensive introduction to the entire archaeological process through four classroom sessions, plus one field visit.

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