Ohio 4th-graders explore Native American culture

10/23/2013 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Fourth-graders near Cleveland are learning how Native Americans in Ohio lived off the land 200 years ago during an exercise that features an outdoor teepee classroom. The students hike through the woods and imagine early life in the state, learn about nuts and berries the natives ate, and get hands-on exposure to buffalo bones and other artifacts. The learning exercise covers history, ecology, archaeology and agriculture.

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