The GEODETECTIVE program is here to assist you in teaching earth history and physical earth science. All activities are written to encourage deductive and inductive reasoning through hands-on discovery learning. National Park Service resources are used to reinforce learning.
There are 6 units.
Each unit has multiple activity plans which include:
Professor Allister Holmes McFragilis leads a group of creatures which will guide students toward additional resources which will support each unit.
Students can become official GEODETECTIVE members and receive a member patch.
Discovery Chests are available for five of the units. These chests have materials which support GEODETECTIVE activities.
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