National Fossil Day (Oct. 14th)
Q: Why did the T-rex get covered with a giant bandaid? A: He was a dino-sore.
Use these resources to help aspiring paleontologists unearth facts about fossils. We picked these resources just for you to celebrate National Fossil Day and promote inquiry-based learning in the classroom.
Gabe’s review: This fossil resource can be used in class or as a take-home assignment. Vkioupi's resource will have students learning from a video and animation to answer some fundamental questions about fossil formation and discovery.
Erica’s review: Use this interactive notebook to have students learn, review, and reinforce what fossils are and what types of fossils exist.
Ritu’s Review: Lonnie did a great job making this differentiated lesson engaging and fun with puzzles, bingo, and awesome pictures to make learning about fossils exciting.
Erica’s Review: Make reviewing for a quiz or a test exciting for your students with these 20 task cards on biodiversity and change.
Gabe's Review: Tracy’s Blendspace showcases a variety of videos and articles for students to explore fossil facts, prehistoric timelines, photos, and even a fossil song!