|Re-create a tool used by the Lenape. Include an explanation of its use.
Generate a time line of significant events in local Lenape history and culture.
Create a map of Lenape settlements, including the resources that determined their location.
Create a design of pottery used by local Native Americans.
Compose a diary entry of the reaction of a colonist meeting a Lenni-Lenape for the first time (or vice versa).
Write a short story describing the role of women in Lenape society.
Create a calendar showing how the Lenape perceived seasons.
Sketch and explain five herbs that were used by the Lenape for medicinal purposes.
Visit historic sites create individual geometric designs for a building. Compare architectural styles.
Choose a traditional occupation with ties to the environment. Describe A Day in the Life of
Choose an artistic medium to illustrate a component of.
Create a family time line and history. Trace your ties to the region.
Make a painting and/or drawing of an oyster shucker, crabber, duck hunter, etc., or some traditional waterman at work.
Make a model/diorama of a Lenni-Lenape settlement.
Make a doll dressed in Lenape clothing.
Create a photographic essay showing a traditional settlement (i.e., Bivalve, Salem, Port Norris, etc.).
Make a wampum belt (the purple portion of the quahog [clam] shells) or other decorative item out of beads.
Make a photographic/diagram collage of the lighthouses of the Delaware Bay.
Write an essay/story about the relationship between shipbuilding and oystering in Southern New Jersey.
Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper explaining what the average citizen could do to reduce nonpoint sourcepollution of our water.