Timeline of Extinct Animals

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A timeline activity where students glue the animal species to the correct year of their extinction on the timeline. The timeline runs from 1600 to 2010 and includes 15 animal species that have become extinct. The student information sheet is provided as are the animal images. Directions are given to make the timeline, but a pre-made timeline with the years labeled is also provided which allows you to differentiate the activity. A grading rubric and answer key are also included.

This resource is part of a Fossils Activity and Resource Packet

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5 pages
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NGSS3-LS4-1
Analyze and interpret data from fossils to provide evidence of the organisms and the environments in which they lived long ago. Examples of data could include type, size, and distributions of fossil organisms. Examples of fossils and environments could include marine fossils found on dry land, tropical plant fossils found in Arctic areas, and fossils of extinct organisms. Assessment does not include identification of specific fossils or present plants and animals. Assessment is limited to major fossil types and relative ages.

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