This activity is a kinesthetic activity where students will use logic and evidence to reconstruct the position of large islands and continents as they appeared 220 million years ago. Students will review what they know about plate tectonics and continental drift in a class discussion looking at various maps and the continents they will be cutting out next. Students will use evidence to connect the continents like a puzzle. They will draw a large circle on a paper 5 inches in diameter, to represent the globe and then cut out the landmasses with scissors. Using symbols on the landmasses as evidence, students will create a version of Pangaea and glue or tape it inside the large circle. For the final debrief they will compare their map with other groups, then the teacher can show them the accurate “key” to see how close they came to Pangaea.