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Help students dig into the mysteries of the past! Written by subject-area experts and illustrated with art from the world's leading museums, Dig (Into History) magazine covers mummies, discoveries, ancient civilizations and more. DIG is where world history and archaeology meet for kids ages 9 to 14, though parents have been known to find it an interesting read too! Each issue of DIG focuses on providing comprehensive coverage of a single theme, allowing children to get in-depth information on historical topics and archaeological discoveries from writers who are experts in the field. With nearly 60 ad-free pages in each issue, DIG magazine provides an adventurous trek through the past that will entertain and educate any young history buff or budding Indiana Jones.
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Dig Into History
DIG, published by the Archaeological Institute of America, lets young people ages 9 to 14 share in the thrill of archaeological discovery while learning about the cultural, scientific and architectural traits and beliefs of different societies.
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Dig Into History
Dig is packed with mummies, pyramids, new discoveries about ancient civilizations, and more. Dig gives kids ages 9 to above (grades 4 and up) the latest scoop on archaeology around the world and explains how ancient ideas shape our world today.
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Dig (Grades 4 & Up)
Dig is packed with mummies, pyramids, new discoveries about ancient civilizations, and more. Dig gives kids ages 9-14 (grades 4-8) the latest scoop on archaeological digs in China, Nubia, and the USA, and explains how ancient ideas shape our world today. Experience the thrill of archaeological discovery with Dig! Full of exclusive scoops and photos seen nowhere else, each issue features articles about the latest archaeological discoveries, on-site reports from important digs, and special sections done in partnership with leading museums. Games, puzzles, and activities round out the fun.This magazine has a cover much like a soft cover book, providing durability that allows each issue to be enjoyed for years to come. Free teacher's guides available at www.cobblestonepub.com.
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Dig Magazine - 9 issues
Dig, published by the Archaeological Institute of America, lets young people ages 9-14 share in the thrill of archaeological discovery while learning about the cultural, scientific and architectural traits and beliefs of different societies. Features photos, games, puzzles, and more!
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Experience the thrill of archaeological discovery with DIG magazine! Explore the caverns of an ancient shipwreck, make a 3,000-year-old recipe, or read what it feels like to discover a new tomb in China. DIG gives kids the latest news on archaeology and explains how ancient ideas shape the world today. Each issue inspires imagination with fascinating photos and articles. Plus DIG is fun-loaded with puzzles, games, and hands-on projects to get kids involved. For kids ages 9 to 14.
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Tombs, mummies, dinosaurs - budding archaeologists ages 9 to 14 are off to new adventures at archaeological sites around the world, where they look over the shoulders of professional archaeologists working in the field to unearth important finds. But not all archaeology takes place at a dig site - Dig also brings readers right into working laboratories and museums to learn about cutting-edge conservation techniques. Issues also feature interviews with onsite archaeologists give children a well-rounded view what archaeology is really all about.
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