This 18-page bundle is aims to introduce children to the principles and method of Archaeology. In particular, it introduces children to the techniques and methods archaeologists use to record and study artefacts, objects made by people in the past.
My Lab Diary includes:
- A brief introduction to how archaeologists record and study artefacts;
- A chart revising key shapes;
- A cultural case study to help children understand the process of studying artefacts;
- A find-a-word to practise key words;
- A short creative writing exercise to practise making hypotheses based on facts;
- Links and references to additional educational resources, such as books and online articles; and,
- Five supplementary worksheets for hypothetical or ‘pretend’ laboratory scenarios, where children practise recording their own artefact. These can be utilised for a range of learning areas and topics, including Ancient History, History and also Mathematics, where children are learning to measure and weigh objects as well as identify shapes.
This bundle is ideal for students in grades 4 to 8.
The resource is a downloadable and compressed PDF file. If you would like the uncompressed PDF file, please contact me prior to purchasing the resource.