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In this 2 part-lesson, students will collect data on fossil evidence and create their own landmass map with various colors to represent the locations of fossil discoveries. Then, they will cut out the landmasses and reassemble them logically to create a giant supercontinent (Pangaea). Students wil
Pangaea - Introduction and Evidence Map Lab activity Introduce students to Pangaea, the Earth's supercontinent, in this activity. Page1- Introduction to Pangaea and Alfred Wegener's "Ground Breaking" continental drift theory. Includes reading information and a set of "fill-Ins" questions. Page2-
These digital science activities cover the Continental Drift theory, Alfred Wegener, and Pangaea. These resources are 100% online and can be used on Google Classroom and Google Drive. This resource for Google Slides also includes an answer key.This product includes:♥ Short answer: KWL chart♥ Drag-&a
This is an informational passage and assessment on Alfred Wegener and the theory of continental drift (Pangaea), something we all know a bit about but very few understand completely. In keeping with the needs of middle school-age students, the text is written in an interesting and understandable sty
The idea of a SUPER CONTINENT drifting apart over the course of millions of years is super fascinating to students. Well, your students' attention WON'T be drifting when you use this super-engaging activity.This hands-on project encourages students to learn about Pangaea, plate tectonics, three type
With this product, students will understand the science behind Plate Tectonics and evidence provided by the author claiming that parts of North America were once attached to Australia by reading an article and filling in a Claim Evidence Reasoning Chart/Graphic Organizer. This resource is now Distan
Meet the ULTIMATE Super Continent! PANGAEA! Come experience an in depth tutorial and analysis of Pangaea, its before, and its after. A variety of fun and engaging pedagogical strategies (some you have probably never seen before) including: -Puzzle construction: colorful with differentiated symb
In this activity, students get to know Alfred Wegener and why and how he came up with the idea of continental drift and the super-continent Pangaea. Students will complete some internet searches to discover what type of fossils Wegener used to help him come up with his hypothesis. Students will fi
Review the sample and buy with confidence knowing EXACTLY what you are getting!This package includes a ready to go lesson plan with accompanying video. This will allow for a class led discussion, video presentation introducing the super continent, Pangaea \ Pangea, how it was formed and how it evolv
Kids know about Pangaea but do they know WHY WE THINK PANGAEA ONCE EXISTED? Probably not! Everyone knows about the puzzle fit but is that really enough scientific evidence? No way. In this activity, come explore the relationship between Pangaea and index fossils. This activity is a portion of t
World Geography - Includes 8 posters, a flip book, an interactive flap book, a drawing assignment, and writing paper.Included• Posters (color and grayscale) ~ The Earth  ~ Plate Tectonics ~ Pangaea ~ 225 Million Years Ago ~ 150 Million Years Ago ~ 100 Million Years Ago ~ Today ~ The Futu
Pangaea: The Supercontinent puzzle is a common core activity that helps students to analyze and interpret fossil information as they re-create the supercontinent of Pangaea. Critical thinking skills are developed and practiced.
In this lab, students will be able to make a connection between the distribution of fossils and how they provide evidence that Earth’s plates are moving. The product contains three complete labs that are differentiated for all of your students. BUNDLE AND SAVE $$:Buy the Complete Inquiry Labs Bundl
Word search that is based off of the Layers of the Earth, Pangaea, and Plate Tectonics Vocabulary Powerpoint.
Assembling the Puzzle of Pangaea by Bryce Hixson Take a peek at the eight major clues that led scientists to first develop the theories of Pangaea, continental drift, and plate tectonics. The kids will take individual blocks (continents) and match them to their original positions by using markings
Worksheet assignment on Pangaea. Students are to read the background on Wegener's Continental Drift Theory. Then answer questions and cut out the continents and paste them together based on the puzzle key.
Students work independently to piece together evidence for the supercontinent Pangaea.  They will piece together continents like a puzzle, learn about the evidence that supports Pangea and create a moving model of the sea floor! Students polish their scientific writing skills with a Claim, Evidence
About this Product• This is a SINGLE, nonfiction reading passage with text-based evidence comprehension questions. • Five comprehension questions probe lower, mid and higher order thinking. • The reading passage can be used for close reading, one-on-one intervention, homework or sub work.• The readi
This power point covers the topics of plate tectonics and includes pictures/explanations of a) the types of plate boundaries b) evidences of continental drift and c) causes of plate tectonics. There are 37 slides included.
In this activity, students learn what a paleontologist does, and what fossils can tell us about earth's history. Students solve a Pangaea puzzle, then discuss evidence collected by paleontologists. This activity supports NGSS MS-ESS2-3. Purchase includes a 5E lesson plan and access to corresponding
This is a cut and paste lab, with directions, conclusion questions and and answer sheet about the placement of each continent during modern times and during Pangaea.
What was Pangaea? When was Pangaea? This read-to-learn activity describes the ancient supercontinent and briefly describes Eoraptor and Lystrosaurus, two organisms that lived on Pangaea. This reading can be used as homework, or as an in-class reading. Designed for grades 6-8. Five short-response que
This is an engaging lesson on the Ice Age, Pangaea & Continental Drift. Within are photos of fossils, digital images of mammals from the ice age and 3 educational youtube videos - 1 about animals and 2 from the movie Ice Age. This is perfect for distance learning.
What is Continental Drift? What is the Theory of Plate Tectonics?These two question explorations explore what was Alfred Wegener's Hypothesis About Continental Drift, and What Evidences Supports The Theory of Plate Tectonics in a Post-Pangaea World?Question Exploration Routine is an instructional me

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