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Table of Contents
Lesson Overview
Teacher Background Information
Lesson Focus
Objective Grid
Lesson 1: Long Ago
Lesson 2: Extinction
Lesson 3: Fossils
-Two Legs or Four Legs
-Fossil Prints
-Fossil Hunting Lesson
-Fossil Matching
Lesson 4: Types of Dinosaurs
Lesson 5: Meat and Plant Eaters
Lesson 6: The Dinosaur's Life Cycle
Lesson 7: Nature and Change
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Dinosaurs - Lesson 3: Fossils
ACTIVITY: Fossil Hunting

Objective
The students use new terminology to describe remains of dinosaurs and other prehistoric life.

Materials
Each student group makes a chart to record where to look for fossils. The types of fossils may be actual bones, fossilized plants, and casts or prints of animals. The students make drawings of any of the fossils or tools they want to list.

Fossil Hunting

Where to Look for Fossils Type of Fossil Tools to Use Things to Use for Records
































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