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Tauna Johnson

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Continental Drift and Pangea

1. Watch the videos about continental drift and Pangea. 2. Use the puzzle pieces to create what you think Pangea looked like. Be sure to match the land shapes as well as the fossils. 3. Take a picture of your Pangea and post it to the Pangea page 2. 4. Use the to type a description on page 3 of why you put certain puzzle pieces in particular places. **Be sure to use complete sentences with correct capitalization and punctuation. 5. Click to post on your journal page.

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, Science
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I found a Pangea puzzle online for students to use to build Pangea. It had fossil pictures and landforms on the pieces to help students put them in the correct place. I also displayed a current world map for students to use as a resource of where the continents are today.