Traditional Earth Skills
Lenape of the Eastern Woodlands - School Assembly Programs Come To You
(A day in the life) Step back in time as Traditional Earth Skills present the day to day activities of New Jersey's own native people. The food, clothing, and shelter of the local hunter / gathering people will be presented along with many handmade display items and artifacts to view. Including Native flute music. Students will have an opportunity to try their hand at Native wilderness skills. Their programs are both educational and entertaining.
Living history programs and native wilderness skills workshops:
- Lenape Educational Programs (meets NJ CCC Standards)
- Lewis and Clark Classroom Presentation
- Handmade display items and artifacts
- Native Wilderness Skills Workshops
- Audience Participation
- Encouraging Land Stewardship and Ecological Sustainability
Presentations and workshops are brought to:
- Scouting organizations
- Outdoor Education Centers
- Summer Camps
- Health Care Facilities
- Open Houses
- Adult Education Venues
- Parties and more!
Appropriate Grade Levels: 2nd - 6th Grades
Length of Visit: 60 - 90 Minutes
Appropriate Class Subjects Supported: Lenape Education
Scout Badge Program: Availability for pack meetings and summer camp presentations
They also provide an opportunity for students to receive a “take home” one of a kind Arrowhead for themselves. All ages. 973-570-2882.
About Traditional Earth Skills
Traditional Earth Skills offers a variety of living history as well as wilderness skills workshops and presentations to schools, scouts, camps, and outdoor education centers, among others. These programs are combined with a genuine concern for the recent climate changes occurring world wide, ultimately hoping to create solutions we can all live with.
Mailing Address: PO Box 353, Madison, NJ 07940