Mounds of Knowledge

We encourage you to use this park as your classroom to explore and learn about the Indigenous people who built these amazing geometric earthworks. Use the resources below to plan a successful educational experience that allows you to bring your class to Hopewell Culture or to bring Hopewell Culture to your classroom!

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    Parks as Classrooms

    Hopewell Culture NHP is an amazing classroom for your students! Find lesson plans, field trip information and classroom programs.

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    A global reach

    Distance Learning

    Join a park ranger to learn about the Hopewell culture from anywhere! Click to watch a short video about the park's new education program.

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    Professional Development

    Find out about teacher workshops, Teacher-Ranger-Teacher programs and more as they are updated.

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    Multimedia Presentations

    See the complete gallery of videos produced by Hopewell Culture staff including our rangers, archeologists and curation teams!

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    Teacher Resources from the NPS

    National Parks are America's largest classrooms. Find lesson plans, distance learning programs and teacher resources from around the US.

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    Every Kid Outdoors

    Get passes for your students! As a fourth-grade educator, you can download an activity and print paper passes for each of your students.

Last updated: September 29, 2021

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