In our day, it’s easy to go to a grocery store and pick up food for dinner but humans have not always had that luxury. Dive into the past and learn how Native American groups in North Carolina were able to use the differences that make each species distinct.

Objectives:

At the end of the program the student will be able to:

  • Summarize how American Indian groups in North Carolina were able to get food, water, and shelter in a time when nothing was certain.
  • Explain how early human activity impacted the environment

Essential Standards:

4.H.1.1, 4.G.1.3, 4.L.1.1, 4.L.1.3

Methods and Activities:

Live animals, Museum artifacts, biofacts, interactive stations

Key Vocabulary:

Hunter/gatherer, flint, adaptation, natural resources, habitat

Call to Book

704.372.6261 x300
  • Grade 4
  • Duration: 50 minutes
  • $11 per student
  • Minimum 15 students