The program includes: • Deerskin Costumes • Native Cooking • Hematite Face Painting • Slate Pendant Making • Hands-On Artifact Exploration • Powwow with authentic Native music
Contact Diane Fish 631-645-2206
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This program at Hoyt Farm has been shutdown due to rising costs.
It is still available in-school and provides a hands-on learning experience for students in Preschool through High School. Students will get a full day of interactive activities that were the lifeways of prehistoric Native Americans, as well as experiencing archaeology and museum exploration.
"We truly enjoyed this trip in every way! It was a super beginning to our Native American unit!" ~Smithtown Elementary School
"Thanks so much for allowing us to participate in your beautiful Hoyt Farm program. We always learn new and interesting facts. The children learn to greatly respect Native Americans." ~Lawrence #2 School
"Thank you for providing children with this wonderful opportunity. Hoyt Farm remains a favorite trip for the children for years." ~Babylon Memorial Grade School
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"Outstanding presentation The entire staff and students were delighted with the presentations." ~Charles A. Mulligan School
"This program directly correlates with our study of Native Americans in the Social Studies curriculum." ~Tecumseh Elementary School