Students will explore their partner's archaeological stone age site and will write the archaeological diary. Students will imagine that they are archaeologists at the site in one day and write briefly what they have found. They also sketch their archaeological objects. They must first study the site to accurately write the Archaeological Diary. In that way, the student's learning by researching and making their own outcomes creatively and will get to know archaeological stone age sites at the national and European levels in an interesting and creative way.
I'm a Neanderthal too on the Google map Along with the location of the selected archaeological site, load student drawings depicting the life of Neanderthals on the map. You can also add a short description.