In 2012, First Earth treated fairgoers to an extremely interactive exhibit and demonstrations, including flintknapping - the ancient technique used to make stone arrowheads, knives, axes, and other tools. Judging by the traffic around the exhibit, it was among the most popular with the younger set. What kid doesn't love obsidian knives, arrowheads, or bone fish-hooks? And what better way to help young people understand the enormous challenges faced by our distant relatives than to see in real life the difficulty in creating these tools.
Once again, the 2013 Homeschool History Fair of the Ozarks is pleased to welcome First Earth Wilderness School back to the fair. We hope that you will not miss this opportunity to learn more about their work and something about humanity's past.