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UB-TAH Tool Box Collection (In construction)
 

Box of Bison Jamestown
Utah Natives Utah History
Prehistory and Archeology Utah's Pioneers
The Constitution Kit and Colonial Era Historical Markers Collection
United States Presidents Transcontinental Railroad (New)
The Declaration of Independence Ute Bear Dance (New)
The Dominguez and Escalante Exp. Contributions of American Indians (New)
Utah's Natives Collection  
The Civil War Return to Toolkit
World War I and II  

YOU MUST BE INVOLVED WITH UB-TAH Teachers in order to request these Tool Kit Materials from us. Please, contact us

UB-TAH received the support in this project from Norma Draper, Vernal Junior High, Chris Oviatt, LaPoint Elementary, Nanette Hall, Ute Education Department, Ranette Loughton, Maeser Elementary, Jennifer Dixon, Home School, Cheryl Grammer, Naples Elementary, Laura Ahrnsbrak, Discovery Elementary, Consuelo Sweat, Duchesne Elementary, Lin Richardson, Todd Elementary, and Elizabeth Sampson, East Elementary, Adam Martinez, Uintah River High School,  and Anita Price, Roosevelt Middle School, Marsha Curtis, Vernal Middle School.

TOOL BOXES AVAILABLE FOR LENDING

 

Utah Museum of Natural History

Box of Bison:  "Learn about the relationship people have had with the bison for centuries from ceremonial reverence to the utilization of every physical part of the animal. Examine and hold some of the many parts that have been used in everyday life as you contemplate our continued fascination with this remarkable creature."

USOE Core Curriculum

This Tool Box belongs to the Museum of Natural History
Loan Duration: Two Weeks (pick-up and return at the Museum)
Fee: Free
Audience: K-12 and community groups
Phone: Call 801.581.5567

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts

For more information or to reserve a Teaching Toolbox, call 435-722-1736
If you are busy, please let us help you antonioa@ext.usu.edu

 

Native Utah:  "Examine and analyze artifacts made by Utah’s native people. Discover differences and similarities in how things are made. Learn to recognize artistic characteristics of diverse people."

USOE Core Curriculum

This Tool Box belongs to the Museum of Natural History
Loan Duration: Two Weeks (pick-up and return at the Museum)
Fee: Free
Audience: K-12 and community groups
Phone: Call 801.581.5567

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts

Suggestions:
Question to be ask when observing artifacts
Lesson Plan: "Archeo Art - A Word Picture Game"
Lesson Plan: "Imagine Living in Ancient Times"
Lesson Plan: "North America Native Food"
Lesson Plan: "Picture This, Using Photographs to Study the Past"
Reading: "Teaching the Concept of the Past"

For more information or to reserve a Teaching Toolbox, call 435-722-1736
If you are busy, please let us help you antonioa@ext.usu.edu

 

Utah State Historical Society

Teaching kits and photographic exhibits are available to check out for a three-week period with one renewal for two more weeks (if the kit is not reserved by another instructor).

It is best to e-mail or call the Utah State Historical Society, Education Department at (801) 533-3517 at least 30 days prior to reserve a kit. The deposit is $50.00 for all of the teaching kits and photographic exhibits. (The deposit is refunded after the kit and/or exhibit is inventoried by the Education Department and all items are accounted for and in good condition. Fines are levied for lost or damaged items.) brrogers@utah.gov

Prehistory/Archeology Teaching Kit:  "This kit is devoted to what is currently known about the prehistoric sequence in Utah from shortly after the melting of glacial ice, about 9500 B.C., to the American Indians who were in the area when Euro-American settlers first arrived. It contains manuscripts, posters, maps, publications, and a variety of visual aids, including 35mm slides, artifact specimens, some authentic and some reproductions, provide hands-on experiences. Among objects included are: projectile points, pottery fragments, stone specimens, bone tools, basketry fragments, and vegetable products used in daily life. A teaching guide for archaeology and prehistory is included which contains instructions to teachers, a synopsis of the guide, an archaeology program for school children, and exercises and games for use in the primary grades."

USOE Core Curriculum

Suggestions:
Question to be ask when observing artifacts
Lesson Plan: "Archeo Art - A Word Picture Game"
Lesson Plan: "Imagine Living in Ancient Times"
Lesson Plan: "North America Native Food"
Lesson Plan: "Picture This, Using Photographs to Study the Past"
Reading: "Teaching the Concept of the Past"

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts

Useful for 4th--12th grade levels; history and earth science classes.

If you are located outside the Salt Lake area check this listing for Archaeology Teaching Kits.
If you are busy, please let us help you antonioa@ext.usu.edu

 

Mining History Teaching Kit:  "This kit focuses on the pivotal role mining has played in the history of Utah encompassing industrial and technological development, as well as the diverse peopling of the state. The kit centers on the mining industry and daily life in three important mining areas: Park City (silver), Bingham Canyon (copper), and Castle Gate (coal). Three tabletop foldouts exhibit historic photographs of these towns and the mining that occurred in nearby mines. These photos illustrate the themes of mining technology and the day-to-day life of miners, their families, and the role of children."

Useful for 4th--12th grades; history, geography; and earth science classes.
If you are busy, please let us help you antonioa@ext.usu.edu

 

Country School Legacy:  "Country School Legacy focuses on children attending school during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. There are two versions of the kit. The larger format is a tabletop fold out exhibit of photographs and document facsimiles related to the country school experience. This version and the smaller kit, without the fold out, both contain 21 photographs of Utah schools, a set of McGuffey's Eclectic Readers Primer through the Sixth (reproductions), a slate, quill pen, 28-minute Country School Legacy video, and an accompanying booklet entitled, Country School Legacy: Humanities on the Frontier. Also included are two My Copybook examples, an activity sheet for making a My Copybook and a set of Copybook exercise sheets."

Useful for 4th--9th grade levels; history, English, and art classes.
If you are busy, please let us help you antonioa@ext.usu.edu

 

UB-TAH Constitution Kit and Colonial Era (In construction)


Constitution Kit

USOE Core Curriculum

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts


Soldier Haversack: A collection of class materials used by Soldiers during the Revolutionary War

USOE Core Curriculum

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts


Lady's Pocket: A collection of class materials used by women during Colonial Times

USOE Core Curriculum

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts


David McCullough, 1776 The Illustrated Edition: A Collection of more than 100 (hundred) copies of original documents in U.S. History Constitution

USOE Core Curriculum

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts

Suggestions:
UB-TAH Constitution Celebration Kit Resources
Question to be ask when observing artifacts

If you would like to have this kit in your classroom for 2 (two) days, please, contact us or call us (435) 722-1736

 

UB-TAH United States Presidents

USOE Core Curriculum

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts

If you would like to have this kit in your classroom for 2 (two) days, please, contact us or call us (435) 722-1736. If you are a UB-TAH Teachers, you may receive a copy of some of these materials for using in your classroom.

 

UB-TAH United States Declaration of Independence

USOE Core Curriculum

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts

Suggestions:
UB-TAH Constitution Celebration Kit Resources
Question to be ask when observing artifacts

If you would like to have this kit in your classroom for 2 (two) days, please, contact us or call us (435) 722-1736. If you are a UB-TAH Teachers, you may receive a copy of some of these materials for using in your classroom.

 

UB-TAH Dominguez and Escalante Box (In construction)

USOE Core Curriculum

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts

Suggestions:
Question to be ask when observing artifacts

If you would like to have this kit in your classroom for 2 (two) days, please, contact us or call us (435) 722-1736. If you are a UB-TAH Teachers, you may receive a copy of some of these materials for using in your classroom.

 

UB-TAH Native and Ute Box (In construction)

USOE Core Curriculum

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts

USOE Core Curriculum

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts

USOE Core Curriculum

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts

Suggestions:
Question to be ask when observing artifacts

If you would like to have this kit in your classroom for 2 (two) days, please, contact us or call us (435) 722-1736. If you are a UB-TAH Teachers, you may receive a copy of some of these materials for using in your classroom.

 

UB-TAH Civil War Box (In construction)

USOE Core Curriculum

Suggestions:
Question to be ask when observing artifacts

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts

If you would like to have this kit in your classroom for 2 (two) days, please, contact us or call us (435) 722-1736. If you are a UB-TAH Teachers, you may receive a copy of some of these materials for using in your classroom.

 

UB-TAH World War II (Available very soon!)

USOE Core Curriculum

Suggestions:

Please, visit our online resource on World War II

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts

If you would like to have this kit in your classroom for 2 (two) days, please, contact us or call us (435) 722-1736. If you are a UB-TAH Teachers, you may receive a copy of some of these materials for using in your classroom.

 

UB-TAH Jamestown Box

USOE Core Curriculum

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts

Voyage to Virginia by Jamestown  and Yorktown Foundation
Jamestown  QUESTIONS and ANSWER
Cultures at Jamestown
Living with Indians
A Jamestown  timeline
Tobacco and Labor

The Angolan Connection and Slavery in Virginia

 

UB-TAH Utah History (Available very soon!)

USOE Core Curriculum

Please, visit our online resource on Utah Natives and Utah Studies Picture Collection

 

UB-TAH Utah's Pioneer History

USOE Core Curriculum

Please, visit our online resource on Utah Natives and Utah Studies Picture Collection

Worksheet for Analyzing Artifacts

If you would like to have this kit in your classroom for 2 (two) days, please, contact us or call us (435) 722-1736. If you are a UB-TAH Teachers, you may receive a copy of some of these materials for using in your classroom.

 

UB-TAH Historical Markers Collection

This collection contains more than 100 pictures with information about local (Duchesne County, Uintah County) Historical Markers

USOE Core Curriculum

If you would like to have this kit in your classroom for a week, please, contact us or call us (435) 722-1736. If you are a UB-TAH Teachers, you may receive a copy of some of these materials for using in your classroom.

 

 

If you need information about the UB-TAH the address is: 

UB-TAH, USU Uintah Basin Extension
987 East Lagoon (124-9)
Roosevelt, Utah 84066
E-Mail: Antonio Arce, Project Coordinator
Phone: (435) 722-1736

If you would like to collaborate in the development of this site and be an important part of the Uintah Basin Teaching American History Project (UB-TAH,) please contact us or call us (435) 722-1736

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