Journey to 10,000 BC


Subjects: Science & Health, Social Studies
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12
Source: History Classroom

Journey to 10,000 BC

This documentary brings to life what Earth was like 12,000 years ago through the dramatization of a hunt for a woolly mammoth. It also includes segments that reveal the cutting-edge research that is allowing scientists to get a more accurate picture of prehistoric life.

 

60-minute runtime; 2-year copyright clearance

May 7 at 6:00am ET/PT


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