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    By sally

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    I would suggest a study of archaeology and the work done by an archaeologist at some point of your summer. Then purchase a plastic or wooden dinosaur 3D puzzle that teacher can have in pieces. Using a child's wading pool or some other container and sand, stones, dirt, etc. spend time arranging STUFF, along with the dino bones in various layers, covering everything completely. It probably would be good to have two stations, that way you could have teams of 4 students take turns to systematically "dig" to uncover history. Upon completetion of the time allowed or the project, the dino bones could be assembled, and even glued, as a permanent model of a summer's project. Perhaps this could be displayed in a special place at school.

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