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How Old is Old? (And, How Much is a Million?)

Here is an interesting lesson on how old things are designed for young scientists. In it, learners compile a list of their birthdays, and the class puts them in sequential order from youngest to oldest. Then, they sequence 15 objects chosen by the teacher from youngest to oldest. The lesson serves as an introduction to the study of fossils, and other "old things" found in the Sonoran Desert.

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Resource Details

Grade
1st - 2nd
Subjects
Math
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Resource Type
Lesson Plans
Duration
30 mins
Instructional Strategies
Collaborative Learning
2 more...
Year
2000
Included Materials
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