Cretaceous Age Enters the Classroom

Paleontologist and geologist David Wilcots of Dinosaur Fossils and Adventures spoke to first and second graders about fossils. Students got a chance to touch a dinosaur bone from the Cretaceous Age (130,000,000 years old). The children loved hearing about the most recent, oldest, largest, and  smallest dinosaurs and fossils. They were so curious about how and where people find fossils and how animal bones can “turn to rock.” 

What better way to close out our geology unit than with such a fascinating and inspiring guest!