One Million Bones in the Classroom
The One Million Bones project offers classroom discussion, hands-on exploration and important lessons beyond the classroom. Your students will:
- Engage in a creative activity that will create awareness about a pressing global issue
- Be collaborators in a nationwide public artwork
- Bring learning to life by connecting classroom lessons with community service projects
One Million bones is a cross-curricular opportunity to introduce:
- Social Studies, Political Science and World Literature
- Art and Design
- Community Service and Service Learning
- Science and Math
- Pre-Primary (pre-K & K) School: Teacher Toolkit (downloadable pdf format)
- Primary School (Elementary): Teacher Toolkit (downloadable pdf format)
- Secondary (Grades 6-12): Teacher Toolkit (downloadable pdf format)
- Shared Lesson Plans
- Other Resources
Estimated Class Time: Introduce One Million Bones in as little as 40-60 minutes or as an extended lesson over a few days.
- Gather materials: supply checklists are listed in the teacher toolkits above.
- Introduce lesson plan per grade level. See available curriculum above or create your own!
- Make bones!
For more information about making bones check out our FAQ page.
For more information on bringing this project into your school or classroom contact: firstname.lastname@example.org