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The World's Oldest Fossil: An Australian Fossil of a Bacterium
A complete lesson about fossils that begins with an Amazing World Record of Science and Technology: The World's Oldest Fossil—An Australian Fossil of a Bacterium!
The world record wows students and the following activities build on their interest.
1. Vital Statistics
2. Fossils: Fascinating Facts
3. Question and Answer Activity Sheet
4. Hands-on Enrichment Activity
Includes teaching guide and answer key.
Recommended by the National Science Teachers Association.
An Amazing World Record of Science and Technology
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Amazing World Records of Science and Technology: 20 Innovative, Easy-to-Integrate Lesson Plans Teach Key Concepts and Motivate All Students! Published by Sunflower Education. Each chapter addresses a particular world record and opens with a teacher’s page that provides objectives, teaching tips, and extension and enrichment activities.
Calcidiscus leptoporus is a micro fossil with one of the longest fossil records.