Would you have survived a summer on Long Island’s West Meadow Creek as an Algonquin?
Based on WMHO’s historic archaeological dig in 1960 that unearthed evidence of a 5000-year-old encampment of an Algonquin peoples, students will be engaged in an interactive survival game! They will be challenged with surviving on West Meadow Creek in the Archaic period, using and also conserving the natural resources of the marsh to provide shelter, food and even medicine.
Learning Standards: Broadcasting live from WMHO’s authentic historic and environmental Long Island properties, WMHO supports NY State and Common Core Standard learning by creating rich virtual environment where students study and observe artifacts, primary sources, and participate in an exchange of ideas.
Virtual Format: WMHO digital platform include (and are not limited to) Zoom, Google Classroom and MS Teams. Please let us know your digital preferences and we will work with you.
Cost: $150.00 for 45-60 minute live class & accompanying learning kit
Minimum Program Fee: $150
Location: West Meadow Creek from the comfort of your own home or classroom!
Address: For our classroom to yours!