Our little paleontologists were so busy this week.
We started out by making tons of fun crafts.
We danced along the Dino Train, learned to identify several ancient animals, and inspected all kinds of fossils.
Plants have been on our earth for over 450 million years.
Did you know that there are some trees alive today that are over 4,000 years old?
Also, before they became extinct over 10,000 years ago, the equus lambei (ice age horse) roamed North America. It shared its habitat with the woolly mammoth, the scimitar cat, short-faced bears, the steppe bison, and the camel.
Did you know that over 130 species of dinosaurs have been uncovered in South America alone?
Our student scientists ended the week with a dinosaur dig and geode hunt.
We hope to see you at Bug Week!!