Older kids who need a dose of science instruction will enjoy the Natural History Museum of Utah’s new series called Research Quest Live.
In this Mystery, students explore the idea that the rock under our feet sometimes contains fossils, and investigate how these fossils reveal changes in habitat through time.
The only reason that we know giant dinosaurs and other extinct animals existed is because their remains have been preserved as fossils.
Introduce kids to archaeology by excavating the chocolate chips or candies out of a cookie.
There are three different kinds of fossils that paleontologists look for: body fossils, trace fossils, and cast and mold fossils.
Who doesn’t love dinosaurs?
Take a virtual field trip with us to the Dinosaur Valley State Park in this exclusive video from Studies Weekly.
In this activity, students will use try to identify a canine and feline skull by thinking about their pets
Let’s take a look at some animals that are still alive — animals we know quite a bit about — and see what we can learn from their bones.
How much do you know about the Age of Dinosaurs?