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Ute Indian Museum History Take-Out

Rent one of our popular History Take Out kits to use remotely or in your school. Through objects, photographs and a large walk-on map of the state, students will uncover the “footprint” various cultures and industries left behind. There are currently four History Take-Out lessons available.

Cost: $75 for one week. Title I discounts available (25% off). $25 for each additional week.

Rental Period: One week with the option to extend rental.

Rentals run on a Monday - Friday window, with pick up and drop off on the weekend before and after rental. Pick up and drop off is at the Ute Indian museum.

Bison Box

Bison Box

Available History Take-Out Kits:

Ute Knowledge: Colorado's Original Scientists
Through investigative activities and the examination of items, tools, and images, students explore how the Ute Indians used science, technology, engineering and math to survive and thrive in the Rocky Mountains. This program meets history, math and science standards.
Recommended for 1st-5th grade.

Moving Day: Colorado Culture
Using objects, photos, and a large walk-on map of the state, students learn about different cultural groups from Colorado history including the Ute, miners, ancestral Puebloans, and mountain men.
Recommended for K-5th grade.

Western Work: Colorado Industries of the Past
Through hands-on activities and engaging with objects and tools, students become "entrepreneurs" in some of Colorado's most important industries. This program meets economic, history and geography standards and encourages students to explore natural, capital, and human resources through a historical lens.
Recommended for K-5th grade.

Bison Box
Learn about Ute culture through one of its most prized resources, the bison. Students will examine objects, both historic and recreated, in this hand-on show-and-tell to learn about the ways the Ute people used all the different parts of a bison. From the hide to the bones, students will discover the ingenuity and resourcefulness of Colorado’s early people.
Recommended for K-5th grade