Category: K-12

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Lesson Plan Poster: Who Pooped in the Past?

November 1st, 2017 by

Who Pooped in the Past? A lesson created by @ginny-switt, @denise-porcello, @pam-plummer, @scoller, @john-westgaard Intended Audience: Elementary School (1st-3rd  grade), but can be modified for other age groups. Click on the link below to access the poster of the lesson. Please contact the authors with any questions. Switt_Poster

Lesson Plan Poster: Evaluation and Communication of Fossil Evidence

October 25th, 2017 by

Evaluation and Communication of Fossil Evidence A lesson created by @rachel-aguilar and @jbauer Intended Audience: High School (9th-10th grade), but can be modified for other age groups. Click on the link below to access the poster of the lesson. Please contact the authors with any questions. Aguilar_Poster

Lesson Plan Poster: Inference with Fossils: A Third Grade Project Based Lesson

October 4th, 2017 by

Inference with Fossils – a Third Grade Project Based STEM Lesson A lesson created by @alicia-foy Intended Audience: Third Graders, but can be modified for other age groups. Click on the link below to access the poster of the lesson. Please contact the author with any questions. Foy_Poster

Florida Fossils- Fourth Grade Lesson Plan

September 27th, 2017 by

This lesson was implemented during a teacher professional development opportunity at the Florida Museum on September 27th, 2017.   Materials: 5E Lesson Plan- 2015 Moran Science & Children PowerPoint- Florida Fossils PowerPoint Student Assessment Sheet-Florida Fossils Student Assessment Sheet  

Lesson Plan Poster: Paleo Invasions: For Better or For Worse? A Philosophical Debate

September 20th, 2017 by

Paleo Invasions: For Better or For Worse? A Philosophical Debate A lesson created by @skillingsworth, @jbauer and @aaron-woodruff Intended Audience:  Middle School, but can be modified for audiences of other ages. Click on the link below to access the poster of the lesson. Please contact the authors with any questions. Killingsworth_Poster  

Lesson Plan Poster: The Testudine Shell Shape – A True Test of Time

September 6th, 2017 by

The Testudine Shell Shape- A True Test of Time A lesson created by @skillingsworth @jennifer-manner @paul-kester and @david-lindberg Intended Audience: Middle School, but can be modified for other age groups. Click on the link below to access the poster of the lesson. Please contact the authors with any questions. Manner Poster

Lesson Plan Poster: Using Fossils to Determine Earth’s Past

August 30th, 2017 by

Using Fossils to Determine Earth’s Past A lesson created by @lara-greene @glenn-greene and @danielle-brennan Intended Audience:  High School, but can be modified for other age groups. Click on the link below to access the poster of the lesson.  Please contact the authors with any questions. Brennan_Poster

FLMNH Climate Change Wall Panels

August 11th, 2017 by

The Florida Museum of Natural History has provided a PDF version of their climate change wall panels.  This is a great resource for any classroom! 13138 Climate Change Exhibit Walls_FNL

Lesson Plan: Anatomical Similarities and Differences Between Modern and Ancient Humans Using Fossil Evidence

June 26th, 2017 by

Anatomical Similarities and Differences Between Modern and Ancient Humans Using Fossil Evidence A lesson created by Molly Shaw and Luke Webb Intended Audience: 6th Grade 3D printed skulls of various hominid species Photo courtesy: Molly Shaw Access Lesson at: http://www.idigfossils.org/anatomical-similarities-and-differences-between-modern-and-ancient-humans-using-fossil-evidence/#prettyPhoto

Lesson Plan: Mammal Skull vs Reptile Skull

May 23rd, 2017 by

Mammal Skull vs Reptile Skull A lesson created by Rebecca Mussetter Intended Audience: 3rd Grade 3D printed skulls of various reptiles and mammals Photo Courtesy: Rebecca Mussetter Access the Lesson at: http://www.idigfossils.org/mammal-skull-versus-reptile-what-are-the-differences/

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