Continental Drift

This week we looked at Continental Drift and the (very much simplified) story of Wegener.

I used one of the activities here where I’d pre-cut the shapes of the continents out. We looked at them, identified the fossil sections that were the same on each piece and coloured them as suggested. It then took a while to fit the pieces together to make Pangea, before identifying which land mass was where on a modern day map.

continental drift

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