A Day at the Sugar Camp (Paperback)

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A Day at the Sugar Camp (Paperback)

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Every late winter, many Native Americans returned to their sugar camps and produced large quantities of maple sugar. "A Day at the Sugar Camp" introduces young readers to life in a historic Native American sugar camp through an illustrated story and related activities (cultural questions, puzzles, cut & fold projects). This publication is educational and entertaining for children ages 4 - 8, and is teacher-friendly, featuring special permissions for classroom use.
About the Author & Illustrator: Jessica Diemer-Eaton has been a historical interpreter of Native American lifeways since 2001, serving as a museum interpreter, Native American studies instructor, and a history park educational director. She studied anthropology at Indiana University, and majored in commercial art at Sussex County Technical School (NJ). Jessica is the owner of Woodland Indian Educational Programs (www.WoodlandIndianEDU.com), where she conducts programs and provides educational materials for museums, schools, living history events, and powwows. She has been teaching about historic Native American maple sugaring since 2004, and has been demonstrating the process live for museum and festival visitors since 2008.
Product Details ISBN: 9780615957982
ISBN-10: 0615957986
Publisher: Woodland Indian Educational Programs
Publication Date: February 8th, 2014
Pages: 46
Language: English