INDIGENOUS PEOPLE AND THE SEA
Native Americans have lived along the coastline of Connecticut for thousands of years. Through a hands-on experience with live Long Island Sound invertebrates, students will investigate and deduce some of the ways local native tribes used plants and animals from the sea for survival.
Suggested book to complement the program: “Wampanoag” by Barbara A. Gray-Kanatiiosh
This class can travel and includes live invertebrates.
Standards Addressed – CT: 1.2, 2.3, 2.4, 3.4; RI: LS1; NGSS: Patterns, Cause & Effect, Stability & Change; LS1, LS4, ESS2, ESS3; Asking Questions, Analyzing & Interpreting, Engaging from Evidence