Digging up Fossils - Analysis

Unit 4: Fossil Evidence
Lesson 8 of 8

Objective: SWBAT write specific observations about the fossils they "discovered," form hypothesis about some of the fossils, and use a key to identify them.

Big Idea: It is important to be specific when making scientific observations and to state ideas as hypotheses, not facts.

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