Define and compare Ways Organisms Have Been Preserved
- Developed by teachers and WARD's Staff Geologists
- Classroom tested for dependabilty
- Designed to save valuble planning and preparation time
Students working with our GEO-logic materials will be able to explain the relationships between earth materials, fossilization, and related geologic processesas they study the examples of various kinds of fossilization. You will get a teachers guide and copymasters for the following activities: what kinds of fossils are there?, carbonizing plant remains, and how fossils become petrified. The set comes in a compartmented box.
16 numbered fossils
Altered organic remains: pyritized (3), calcified (2), silicified (4), carbonized (1), unaltered organic remains (2), trace fossils (4)
GEO-logic is a unique, comprehensive series of teaching collections designed to assist both teacher and student in understanding basic earth science concepts through hands-on activities and carefully prepared teacher and student guides.
The GEO-logic system provides a modular approach to teaching and allows you to address broad curriculum needs for the study of minerals and rocks; natural resources and energy; and fossils and earth history.
The Topic Sets, provide indepth in an individual subject area and include both a teacher's guide and student copymasters
The GEO-logic system is:
Developed jointly by experienced educators and WARD'S staff geologists
Designed to save valuable planning and preparation time.
Created from quality teaching materials for hands-on learning
Classroom tested for dependability