Kids will learn who has made the confluence area at Turtle Creek and the Rock River home over the last 200 years, both humans and animals. We’ll try to find answers to the questions: Why did they live here? What did they live in? After learning about the traditional Ho-Chunk dwellings called “Ciporoke” (chee-poe-doe-kay) used at Ke-Chunk Village, we’ll build a scale model together.
This is part of our We Once Lived Here | The Ho-Chunk At Ke-Chunk Village | 2019 Learning Series Recommended for ages 7-11. Siblings are welcome.