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Teaching Young Children Using Themes
Language: en
Pages: 537
Authors: Marjorie J. Kostelnik
Categories: Education
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008-06-01 - Publisher: Good Year Books

Find more than 1400 activity ideas organized according to 24 age-appropriate themes that build social studies, science, math, or language arts skills. Themes include families, clothing, dental health, space exploration, rocks, birds, dinosaurs, numbers and numerals, measuring, and storytelling. Each thematic unit includes clearly written teacher directions, including purpose, procedures,
Dinosaur Lake IV
Language: en
Pages: 277
Authors: Kathryn Meyer Griffith
Categories: Crater Lake National Park (Or.)
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-09-13 - Publisher: Kathryn Meyer Griffith

For seven long years Chief Park Ranger Henry Shore has been dealing with and fighting anachronistic dinosaurs in his beloved Crater Lake National Park and in the surrounding town of Klamath Falls. It began with one lone leviathan, the one he tongue-in-cheek called Godzilla. Henry and his band of heroes
Dinosaurs And Indians: Paleontology Resource Dispossession From Sioux Lands
Language: en
Pages: 284
Authors: Lawrence W. Bradley
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-09-04 - Publisher: Outskirts Press

Along with all manner of European-American immigrants to North America’s Great Plains in the nineteenth century – farmers, miners, gamblers, soldiers, trappers, and many others – came hunters of dinosaur bones. Word had reached some of American archeology’s best-known names that a rich trove of ancient bones lay on Sioux
Public Rewards from Public Lands
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Lawrence W. Bradley
Categories: Natural resources
Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher:

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The Story of the Dinosaurs in 25 Discoveries
Language: en
Pages: 472
Authors: Donald R. Prothero
Categories: Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-07-16 - Publisher: Columbia University Press

Today, any kid can rattle off the names of dozens of dinosaurs. But it took centuries of scientific effort—and a lot of luck—to discover and establish the diversity of dinosaur species we now know. How did we learn that Triceratops had three horns? Why don’t many paleontologists consider Brontosaurus a