When I Grow Up STEM Series Archaeologist
An Archaeologist is a special scientist that discovers and collects the artifacts from people who lived in the past. An Archaeologist studies the artifacts to learn more about ancient people. Some things that an Archaeologist might study are tools, weapons, and houses. By studying these things, an Archaeologist can learn about people who lived long ago.
An Archaeologist will ask questions about the people being studied. They will create a hypothesis (guess) based on the questions they have. They will then examine artifacts and other information available to them to try and answer the questions. Archaeologists observe, describe, compare, question, predict, and experiment to learn about civilizations from the past.
- Artifact Discovery Tray
- Artifact Discovery Grid
- Archaeologist Grid Numbers
- Ancient Plate Puzzle
- Set of 8 Bones
- Set of 4 Fossils
- Artifact Journal
- Shovel, Rake, and Trowel
- Measuring Tape, Sifter, and Artifact Brushes
- Field Helmet (measures 4.5"H x 10.95"W x 9.90"L), Safety Gloves, and Field Vest
- Activity Guide
- Three Literacy Cards
- Ten Challenge Cards
- Archaeologist Digs for Clues by Kate Duke
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