SunWatch Village Game
Let's play a game! Hidden within this picture are links to other pages explaining more about life in the village back in 1200 AD. Read the instructions below the picture, and let's learn more.
There are six "magic spots" hidden in this picture. If you click your left mouse button over any one of the "magic spots", you will jump to a new page where you will learn more about life in the SunWatch village back around 1200 AD. If you just can't find where to click, press the button beside one of the six questions for a hint about where to click for that question.
In this game we want to learn more about:
- The people themselves.- How long did they live? How tall were they?
- Shell jewelry. - How far did the trade routes extend?
- Agriculture - What did the villagers grow and eat?
- Their houses - What were they like? What were they made of?
- Hunting & Fishing - What animals were hunted? How were they used?
- Pottery - How did they make their dishes?
Go to village picture to play
Remember, if you can't find where to click in the picture, you can click the button beside the question to find out where to click.
SunWatch Archaeological Park is in Dayton, Ohio, USA.
SunWatch is located off I-75,
a few minutes south of downtown Dayton.
Take exit 51 off I-75. Go west on Edwin C. Moses Blvd.,
Nicholas Rd. after you cross Dryden Rd. / South Broadway St. Intersection.
Cross South Broadway and turn left onto West River Road.
SunWatch is one mile south on West River Road.
Kids ! If you enjoyed this game and want more archaeology fun, check out this site:
Archaeology's dig, the web site of the archaeology magazine just for kids.
Click the "Links" button for more games.
Return to my Home Page.
Susan K. Nelson has a Master of Arts degree in Archaeology Education from the
McGregor School at Antioch University.