Today we learned about the prehistoric life of Native Americans in Jackson Hole. At the U.S. Forest Service Headquarters and the Indian Museum, we saw real artifacts dating back up 10,000 years ago and learned how archeologists use the scientific method to answer questions about how prehistoric people lived every day. In the afternoon we went to the Wyoming Karate Club for an hour and learned the basics of Karate, including how to kick, punch, and how to count to ten in Japanese.
Follow-up Question: How did Native American arrowheads change over time? Why?
Answer: Arrowheads got smaller over time because of the invention of the bow; arrows got smaller and needed smaller arrowheads to fly straight.