Use the vocabulary cards to play the vocabulary matching game.
Check out the American Museum of Natural History:
You don’t have to turn in the answers to the questions below, just think about and talk about the possible answers.
- Click on the website above and look through the pictures of the tools. The tools are labeled by their use.
- Look at the “Chopping Tool” and “Scraper” and look at the differences between them.
- Can you identify the different ways they would be used?
- How were they made?
What are primary sources? Why are they important? What this video and consider how the tools you looked at are primary sources.
Learn about a mystery in history and investigate to find the solution.
Go to this site:
Play through the investigation above. Answer the questions below:
- Are the skulls primary or secondary sources?
- What things did you use to identify the skulls?
- Why is it important for studying history to understand how to investigate?
- Come up with a question that wasn’t answered in the material that you still have about what you learned today.