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Geology and Earth History
Tip: In the primary grades, the idea is to give students a sense of the age of the earth, when life first developed, how it has evolved over time, what we can learn from fossils, etc. The chronology of prehistory lends itself to getting students used to working with and crafting outlines and timelines. Maps are also valuable for linking prehistory to place.
|Tyrannosaurus Rex Facts Worksheet||Ice Age Map Worksheet||Blank Outline of Earth's Geological History||Mesozoic Era Blank Outline Worksheet||Paleozoic Era Blank Outline Worksheet|
|Triceratops Worksheet||Stegosaurus Worksheet||Diplodocus Worksheet with Infographic and Questions||Pleistocene Animal ID Worksheet||Geological Time Periods and Strata Reading with Questions|
|Dragon Worksheet with Informational Text (Fossils)||Late Paleozoic Animals Worksheet||Carboniferous Swamp Life Coloring Page||Life in the Early Paleozoic Coloring Page||Cenozoic Era Blank Chart Worksheet|