Kits are available for a $20 non-refundable rental fee per week (Becoming Human is $30 per week). To reserve a kit, please contact the Museum Of Anthropology at 336.758.5282 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fun and Games
This kit provides an assortment of Native American games ready to play. Kit includes instructions and historical background materials.
We Saw Him First!
Meet the Taino of San Salvador Island, the Bahamas, who were the first Native Americans to encounter Columbus. Information panels, photographs, teacher’s guide, activities, excerpts from primary source documents and hands-on artifacts are included.
First in Carolina
This kit contains an array of authentic Yadkin River Valley Native American artifacts with information panels about archaeology and discoveries into the lives of the first Carolinians.
It’s a Small World
This kit contains a collection of African objects made of recycled materials from all over the world. The kit discusses recycling and the influences of globalization on the exchange of goods and ideas between Africa and America. The kit is accompanied by teacher’s guide and labels.
Chinese Folk Art
This kit contains modern-day Chinese folk arts that have their roots in ancient Chinese traditions. Included are hands-on objects illustrating various arts and skills, labels, and a teacher’s guide.
Shake, Rattle and Roll
This kit is full of assorted African instruments for students to examine and play. Included is an information packet with photographs and suggested activities.
Elephants, Snakes and Crocs, Oh My!
This kit has hands-on one and two-dimensional African art with animal themes and examines African approaches to art. Objects, labels with stories and proverbs, picture card observational activities, and teacher’s guide are included.
Maya: A Continuing People
This kit explores the accomplishments of the ancient Maya and looks at modern-day Maya arts and daily life. Included are teacher’s guide, activities, books, photographs, labels, authentic objects, and replicas.
Becoming Human (High School)
This kit has nonhuman primate, hominid, and human skeletal replicas and casts. It discusses the development of the primate biological model that leads to modern humans. The kit includes teaching materials, lesson plans, and introductory CD.
Please contact the Museum directly if you are interested in renting this kit.