KSU Archaeology provides a variety of fun and educational activities for kids and adults to learn about archaeology methods, site preservation, and material history. Working with the Student Anthropology Club, we design several events each semester to bring archaeology to various communities.
International Archaeology Day
We celebrate International Archaeology Day every October by hosting activities at historical societies or farmers markets.
We participate in science and archaeology themed days at local Museums including the Tellus Science Museum and Fernbank Museum of Natural History.
We are equipped to do school visits for classrooms that are learning about archaeology or prehistory.
Kids in the lab
We host kids days every year in our lab and lead extended activities that allow kids to try their hand at being an archaeologist.