Underground Explorers (2nd to 6th December 2019)

Calling all Junior Archaeologists! Uncover the mysteries of ancient civilizations and the history of Palaeontology. Learn about the techniques, tools, and artifacts that teach us about the history of humans on earth. Study bone fragments, pottery shards, amber deposits, and fossils. Can you puzzle out the culture of a long-lost city using only a handful of clues?

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History Hunters

We dig for dinosaurs! We put on our palaeontology hats and go looking for historical treasure! We learn the ins-and-outs of a paleontological dig and create our own 3D fossils.

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Can You Dig It?

We examine bones! We use our observational skills to piece together the puzzle and figure out what kind of animal we’re examining. We learn about bone shape and function, as well as placement. We get to take home bones, so we can practice putting them together.

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Pieces of our past

We investigate artifacts! We learn about patterns of wear and hypothesize about the use of unfamiliar items. We get to decorate a clay pot and use the pattern to help us reconstruct fragments of a broken pot.

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Buried stories

We study ancient civilizations! We learn about Pompeii and recreate the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. We discover how certain conditions can preserve objects and help us better understand ancient cultures and historical events.

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Ancient artefacts

We unravel time! We discover how to date objects, using techniques like carbon dating and stratigraphy. We use a metal detector to find buried coins, and then use the skills we’ve learned to restore them to their former glory and figure out where they came from!

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