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Beginning of Course Activity: Alien Archeology
Students will pretend to be Alien Archeologists from the future, who are examining the remains of an ancient civilization (aka: the classroom). Students will use the provided worksheet to lead them in filling out with their observations and to draw conclusions about their fellow students and the tea
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Archaeologist Convention Presentation
This activity is a great way to introduce a Social Studies unit that deals with ancient civilizations or archaeology! Students are given the chance to look at ordinary objects through the eyes of an archaeologist in the "future" and use their imaginations to deduce "primitive" uses for these object
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Prehistory - Archaeology (How Do We Know What We Know?)
Students will rotate through stations with what might appear at first glance to be random artifacts. Each station has story behind it that connects the items to a story. For example, one is from a teenage sleepover where they were playing video games all night, drank a lot of soda and made a mess. Y
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Archaeology Simulation - Earth's History
Next Generation Science Standards This inquiry-based activity simulates the work of archaeologists. This activity simulates fossil evidence for Pangea, fossil evidence for climate change, and shows how archaeologists use relative time. This lesson begins with a web activity, and then utilizes a h
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Fossils STEM lab
Students use a free iPad app to create an animation that explains how a living thing can be fossilized. Students must show three different types of fossilization and this is the packet that has them work through this critical thinking activity.
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Prehistoric Native American Resource Bundle
This set of engaging and hands on activities was designed to immerse students in our prehistoric past! Aligned to the new Learning Standards in Social Studies, students will identify 14 key terms, engage in over 10 different vocabulary practice activities, construct an “edible” excavation site, crea
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The Garbage of Cato Simulation – An Inference Activity
This activity can serve as an introduction to how we gain knowledge about the people and cultures of ancient times. Students will use a variety of “artifacts” from the recently discovered and mysterious civilization of Cato to make observations and draw inferences. After charting this new knowledge,
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What is an Archeologist?
This product is one of a series on science careers. This download specifically investigates the career of archeologist. Included in this download: *What is an Archeologist? This informational reading gives students a general idea of what an archeologist does. Comprehension questions check for u

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Dinosaur Extinction Simulation Board Game
This is the perfect game to teach your class about the effects of the Meteor Impact that led to the extinction of the dinosaurs. It is highly interactive and entertaining for kids, while providing meaningful content that is sure to help your students fully understand the impacts of that day. Studen
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Prehistoric Edible Excavation!
This hands-on, edible project will have your students completely immersed and engaged in the processes that helped to preserve our prehistoric past! After reviewing the included fact sheet that highlights the processes involved in preserving items from our past, students will use common materials an

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Prehistoric Indian Artifact Sorting Activity (intermediate grades)
Turn students into archeologists in this HANDS ON artifact identification activity as they review our prehistoric Indian past! Students will work cooperatively in teams to analyze a set of colorful artifact pictures “discovered” in a certain area of the country. Students must use inferencing skills

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Theories of Evolution
Part of an Evolution Unit. Students are introduced to the theories of evolution through stories, predictions, and simulations. Special attention is paid to Lamarck and Darwin.
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Skeletal Displays in the Classroom
Engage your upper-level science students with museum quality, non-human skeletal re-articulations. A step by step "how to" booklet on animal acquisition, preparation, and articulation for displaying beautiful classroom models. Easy to follow directions that will excite students into potential career
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Computer simulation and the Fossil Layers
Students will play a computer game/simulation to understand where paleontologists find different fossils in each layer of earth. This includes teacher directions, student directions, and questions related to each simulation.
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