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In this activity, learners will use Google Sky to observe features of the night sky and share their observations.
In this fun and imaginative writing assignment (page nine of the pdf), students will flex the creative side of their brains to learn more about the laws of motion and the scientific process.
In this activity, learners explore how the area of Arctic sea ice has changed over recent years. First, learners graph the area of Arctic sea ice over time from 1979 to 2007.
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.
Learners create their own piece of history by decorating, shattering, and piecing together a flowerpot "artifact".
The Chinese invented paper made from plants and cloth about 2,000 years ago. Learners follow a similar process to make paper from recycled paper.
In this activity about archaeology, learners will explore different Egyptian hieroglyphs and recognize their meanings and uses.
In this archaeology-related activity, learners build their own time capsule and choose a storage location and a date to reopen it.
Coins are everyday objects which tell a lot about the people who use them.
In this math lesson, learners participate in several activities where they apply measurement skills.
In this activity, a group of learners work collaboratively to design and construct a paper model showing the evolution of an environment through multiple stages, from prehistory through the modern cit
In this archaeology meets art activity, learners make a mosaic and consider the ways in which art communicates.