Who was the Mungo Man? And what does he tell us about Australia's first people?
Use the Mungo Man Resource Bundle to engage your students in a study of the people of ancient Australia and techniques used by archaeologists and historians to investigate this part of Australia's past.
Anthropology studies human life, at the intersection of the sciences and the humanities. An introduction to anthropology encompasses human biology and evolution, archaeology, culture, and language.
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This lesson plan can be used to conduct an extensive lesson on Predators and prey, classification, bone identification, etc. using owl pellets. It includes accommodations, lesson extensions, interest starters, and a worksheet for students to record their findings.
This handout allows students to understand the mummification process by completing the handout along with an interactive smartboard mummification activity. This can also be completed by using a read-aloud book on mummification. Be sure to check out NY Elementary Guy Store for more cool stuff!
This notetaker is to help students focus while other students are presenting. This notetaker will guide students in what is important in the presentation and it aligns with NGSS Segment 3 end of the segment project. Also it can be used as a template for students to know what they need to have on th
Teachers can use this Evolution Project and Rubric to allow students to explore the evolutionary changes of an organism of their choice. Students will choose an organism, research its ancestry, create a poster with specific guidelines, and present their findings to the class. A rubric is included in