Last Saturday, SEAC Archeologists spent the day at the Second Annual Archaeologists for Autism event in Titusville, Florida! The event was designed to teach children with autism about archaeology in a fun, low stress environment. SEAC hosted two tables at the event where children learned about shell middens and about how Native Americans made pottery.
The children had a lot of fun and asked some really great questions about archaeology and science. Thank you to Archaeologists for Autism for hosting such a fantastic event!
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