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In this activity, learners explore dinosaur fossils and a dig site. Learners work in groups to analyze a dig site map and match bones to a skeletal drawing of Kelsey (a Triceratops).
In this activity, learners explore dinosaur skeletons, anatomy, and locomotion. Learners compare and contrast dinosaur skeletons and drawings.
In this activity, learners explore different types of fossils by making their out of dough and objects from around the house.
This activity (page 3 of the PDF under SciGirls Activity: Dinosaurs) is a full inquiry investigation into fossil hunting and identification.
In this activity about dinosaurs, learners explore how and why fossils form. First, learners are introduced to dinosaur fossils by reading the book "Bones, Bones, Dinosaur Bones" by Byron Barton.
In this activity, learners interpret three trackways and use measurements and a formula to infer the relative speed of dinosaurs.
This is an activity about dinosaurs, fossils, and the work of paleontologists. Learners use hand tools (paint brushes, scoops, and sifters) to unearth fossil specimens in tubs of birdseed.
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
In this activity, learners discover how artists start with a skeleton and turn it into a realistic drawing of a dinosaur.
In this activity, (on page 6 of the PDF under SciGirls Activity: Dinosaurs) learners participate in a hands-on fossil excavation.
In this activity, learners explore dinosaur fossils and skeletons. First, learners listen to "Tyrannosaurus Rex" by Daniel Cohen to learn about T. rex dinosaurs specifically.
In this activity, learners explore dinosaur skeletons.
In this activity, learners explore dinosaur fossils by making an edible treat. First, learners read "Dinosaur Bones" by Aliki to examine how fossils are formed.
In this activity, learners explore dinosaur skeletons and anatomy. Learners make observations about a T. rex skeleton diagram and then measure the skeleton length and width.
In this activity (page 5 of pdf), learners explore the relationships between the shape and structure of a shark's teeth and the food it eats, and then create their own shark tooth from clay.