At one point or another, it seems like all students are interested in paleontology. Wonderful extinct animals like dinosaurs excite the imagination like almost nothing else. Once you have the students' interest, you will find that a study of paleontology provides avenues of exploration into a wide variety of foundational sciences such as biology, geology, chemistry, physics, and astronomy. The purpose of this set of activities is to enable students to engage in the same kind of investigative study as do paleontologists. Included in this free selection from Adventures in Paleontology: 36 Classroom Fossil Activities are nine lessons and corresponding activities. You will also find included, a Table of Contents, Introduction, and Index.


Type Book ChapterPub Date 1/1/2006Stock # PB201X_2

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