This six weeks, we can learn about evidence by looking at many different things in our world.
By answering these questions, we can discover a lot about the world around us: Why is it important for a leader to be a good communicator? How do we find evidence in our world? How does evidence communicate information?
As you explore cave drawings, landmarks, and community art, you can learn that these forms of communication tell us about the past.
Did you know that by studying American history, you can see how communication is an important part of being a good leader?
You can uncover the role of archaeologists and paleontologists as you simulate digging for fossils and create a fossil of your own!
You can research and study dinosaurs and then practice your writing skills as you communicate your findings.
When you see how a sequence of events causes extinction and endangerment, you can discover how our world today is as fragile as it was in the days of the dinosaurs.