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Join the Dinosaur AgeAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners rotate through several learning and play stations to explore dinosaurs and paleontologists.
Do Your Own DigAdd to list Details
In this outdoor archaeology activity, learners use mathematical skills and scientific inquiry to generate and process information from their own excavation site.
If Trash Could TalkAdd to list Details
Ancient trash tells archaeologists a lot about the past. In this activity, learners take a close look inside their trash can and think about the clues it offers about their lives.
Observing Earthworm Locomotion
In this activity, learners collect worms and then observe how they move.
Create Your Own Time CapsuleAdd to list Details
In this archaeology-related activity, learners build their own time capsule and choose a storage location and a date to reopen it.
In this activity, learners will explore paleontology and archaeology. They will learn about technique as they excavate raisins and chocolate chips from cookies.
Roots and Shoots
In this outdoor activity, learners discover that plants aren't just shoots (stem, branches, leaves, and flowers) growing above ground, but contain plenty of roots growing underground—more than half th
Buried BonesAdd to list Details
In this activity, pairs of learners will create two make-believe dig sites by burying chicken bones in plaster of Paris--a powder that hardens when wet.
In this activity (on pages 30-36), learners simulate a dig for ancient pollen, to experience how paleobotanists study fossilized pollen in rocks to learn about early geological and climatological even
Classroom Dinosaur DigAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners participate in a simulated dig to discover fossilized dinosaur bones. Learners take notes, make a map and propose theories about dinosaurs.
Shoebox Dinosaur Dig SiteAdd to list Details
In this activity, (on page 6 of the PDF under SciGirls Activity: Dinosaurs) learners participate in a hands-on fossil excavation.
Paleontologists: Can You Dig It?Add to list Details
In this activity, learners explore the work of paleontologists.
Finding FossilsAdd to list Details
This activity (located on page 4 of the PDF under GPS: Baby Dinosaurs Activity) is a full inquiry investigation to determine the age of fossils based on where they are discovered.