Hey Kids! Here are some activities you can do at home. Just download and print each page (ask your parents for help if you need it). Then, have fun while you learn about Ancestral Puebloan life at Mesa Verde. And don't forget to try #6 to learn how you can help protect our national parks.
Illustration by Mary Lloyd
1. Times Have Changed - matching
2. Home Sweet Home - dot-to-dot
3. Food Find - word find
4. A-Mazing Migration - maze
5. Plain, Coiled, or Painted - draw
6. How Can I Help? - picture search
Did You Know?
Cliff Palace is the largest cliff dwelling at Mesa Verde National Park. It has 150 rooms, plus an additional 75 open areas. Twenty-one of the rooms are kivas, and 25 to 30 rooms have residential features. The number of Ancestral Puebloans living in Cliff Palace at any one time was 100 to 120.