Classroom Demos

 A few examples of fossils with renderings

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Explore the “Category of Fossil Facts” on the sidebar for more fossil examples and interesting information about them.

 Dufrenoy Ammonite

Lepidodendron Fern Tree


Calamite  “Earth’s First Plant Like Tree”

Petoskey Stone  “Hexagonaria Coral”

Feather Duster Tube Worms


SERVING SOUTHWEST MICHIGAN:  Inspire Students with a Mobile Museum of  Paleozoic Fossils


Exploration of Paleozoic Fossil Collection

Timescale Poster

Reading and Writing Elements

Colorful Renderings of Ancient Animals and Plants

Young Paleontologists Fossil Search (fill-in-the-blank questionnaire using posters, labels, drawings, fossils, and or Fossillady blog)

Imprinting of Fossils with Clay Activity

Place Card Match Up Competition

Construction of a Crinoid with Hands-On Pieces Activity

Teacher Materials Available for Copy


Inspiration is a huge motivator!  When my fossil collection was donated to me, inspiration took over! I wanted to find out everything I could about these creatures who left their remains for us to explore. The very skills I learned in school allowed me to do just that. I read, wrote, searched, drew and learned much about the world they came from which changed my perspective forever. I can’t think of a better message for kids!

Book Presentation 

“Under the Sea Time Forgot” coming out 2017 geared toward upper middle-grades.  Through the story plot and dialogues, the Paleozoic time period comes alive. The likable, laughable, brave main characters survive a lifetime of explorations and sometimes life threatening undersea encounters by sticking together.

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Classroom Adjustments

Depending on preferences, need fifteen minutes for set up and table tops for activity centers and fossil displays; counter space is a plus

Times and Pricing

Price negotiable; available for up to 3 presentations a day. Presentations require approximately an hour and a half,  more or less depending on preference.  Presentations are  most appropriate for 3rd-8th grades.





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