What did Earth look like millions of years ago? What was Pangaea and how did Earth come to look so different?
Pangaea and the Tectonic Plates
In this next activity your P3 will be able to use a map of Pangaea to reconstruct the world as we know it today. This is a bit fiddly and you might need to have a good look at the world map before you have a go!
These last two weeks we are going to be developing our map skills. In this first activity, your P3 has to find different things on 'Dinosaur Island', giving grid references to locate them. The second activity is for your P3 to make a map of their gardens. They must hide dinosaur eggs (or figures) in the garden. They can then give a brother/sister/parent the map with the grid references marked to help find the treasure/eggs/figures! Good Luck!
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