Monday, May 15, 2023


Do you use drama and role play to support kids' understanding? Digging for dinosaurs is a great learning opportunity to discover the work that paleontologists do. It is lovely to feel the thrill of finding a bone hidden in the sand. You can create a simple fossil dig activity by hiding dinosaurs in sand or a more elaborate one using a dinosaur excavation kit - these are perfect if you are home-schooling. There are also dinosaur skeletons that you can use to set up a dinosaur fossil excavation site. The resource Digging Up Dinosaur will provide you with ideas for engaging activities for your dinosaur project. 

After a hands-on excavation activity, your kids may be motivated to learn and read about these fascinating creatures. Dinosaurs provoke so many questions. You can start a project by asking your kids what they want to find out. Some kids might want to learn more about Dinosaur Fossils and the work that paleontologists do and the tools they use. 

Dinosaurs are a diverse group of reptiles, and not all of them were ferocious meat-eaters. Kids love finding answers to their questions by investigating and digging deeper into the lives of different types of dinosaurs. Dinosaurs were magnificent creatures, some of them were as tiny as a bee hummingbird while others were giants. There are Fact Booklets about Tyrannosaurus Rex, Apatosaurus, Triceratops and Stegosaurs.  Use the fact booklets and craft activities included to make a stunning coolest dinosaur display! Challenge your kids to convince others that their dinosaurs are the coolest. They can write a story or draw a comic strip. The perfect way to use the new drawing skills they learned using a How to Draw Dinosaur resource. Nothing gets young children excited about learning like dinosaurs so spend time converting the classroom into a Dino Dig! 

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