10–12 years old "Traces of the Ice Age" workshop

Traces of the Ice Age

Is it cold out? Not as cold as it was during the last Ice Age! Which plants and animals were around at that time, and how do we know? Like a real paleontologist, you'll look for evidence. Rummage through a tray of fossil finds and investigate which animal each bone belongs to. Your findings and any new questions will go on a giant research poster to take back to school with you.

 At this time, our programs are offered in Dutch only.

Investigate the Ice Age like a real paleontologist

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Everything you need to know
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  • Workshop
  • Groups 7 and 8 (10–12 years old)
  • Length: 120 minutes
  • Number of pupils: no more than 36
  • Areas: "Workshop The past", "Ice age" gallery
  • The school supplies: one parent/supervisor for every 10 pupils
  • Naturalis supplies: one educational assistant
  • Main objective: pupils gain an insight into working and thinking like a paleontologist
  • Link to core objective: pupils are taught about the structure of plants, animals and humans and about the form and function of their constituent parts
  • Keywords: scientists, fossils, research, science-positivity, research skills
  • At this time, our programs are offered in Dutch only.

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