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October, 2008

National Geographic:
Prehistoric Time Line

Another amazing site from National Geographic for all grades.
Grade Level: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

This site from National Geographic is an interactive timeline that explores the approximately 4.5 billion years of the Earths existence from the first tiny mollusks to the dinosaur giants of the Jurassic.
This interactive site is easily navigated by clicking on the thumbnails or simply clicking the next button at the bottom.

Teachers and students as well as other interested parties will appreciate this interactive timeline that explores 4.5 billion years of the Earths existence from the formation of the planet to the emergence of our own species, homo sapiens. Each click on the timeline brings up a short description of the events and developments complete with visuals and an option for further information. Additionally, users can also learn more about the pre-historic world in the Mass Extinction section that includes other related features such as the Jurassic Photo Gallery, Triassic Period, and the Cretaceous Period.


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