Fossil Types

This lesson is an activity that introduces the students to the different types of fossils. The activity is focused on providing students with an opportunity to create the different types of fossils and see how they are formed. This lesson is the second in the mini unit that I taught in my one-visit-per-week pre-internship. The lesson can be found below.

Types of Fossils

Please feel free to comment any ideas for adaptations or alternatives to this lesson. I am always interested in the different ways that other educators teach the same material.

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