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Science: Dinosaurs Carly Lundstrom, Kristen Moore, Deanna Villari MDA 240.2 Grade Level: 1 st – Time 2 class periods for 30 minutes each Academic Lesson Objectives: 1. The student will be able to identify which fossil matches with a specific dinosaur. 2. The student will understand the occupation of a paleontologist. 3. The student will be able to create his/her own fossil. Academic Lesson Vocabulary: 1. Fossil: the remains or evidence of animals or plants that have been preserved naturally 2. Paleontologist- a scientist that uncovers fossils of animals and plants that lived a very long time ago 3. Excavating: digging and removing dirt from one spot in order to find buried remains National Visual Art Standards 1. 6.b. Students identify connections between the visual arts and other disciplines in the curriculum 2. 1.c. Use different media, techniques, and processes to communicate ideas, experienced and stories 3. 3.b. Select and use subject matter, symbols, and ideas to communicate meaning Visual Art Elements/ Principles 1. Tactile Texture: Students will be able to feel the textures on their fossils 2. Form: Students will mold their clay into a sphere to make their fossil 3. Pattern: Patterns of repeated shapes and lines will be imprinted on the fossils Materials 1. Model Magic 2. Bulletin Board 3. Square pattern blocks 4. Crayons (cool colors: blue, green, purple) 5. Foot print worksheet Lesson Introduction 1. While students are seated at their desks, teacher(s) will enter the classroom and pretend to be paleontologists on an adventure 2. Teachers will walk around the classroom searching for dinosaur fossils and
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