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Dinosaur Activities for Young Children
sense of fascination and imagination due the their size, variety and the
fact that they are no longer around! They put our place into this world
into perspective, and provide students with an understanding of
evolution and extinction throughout time.
This FREEBIE includes 3 find-a-words of varying difficulty with words
that relate to dinosaurs and link with my Dinosaur Word Wall product.
This product is perfect as a revision activity, fast finisher task or casual teacher resource.
|Dinosaur Match Up|
Matching games can aid in the development of children’s memory and
executive functioning skills, as well as their fine motor, gross motor
and social interaction skills.
This activity requires students to match cards drawn from a pile to the
images on their playing board. The first to fill up their board with
matching cards WINS!
|Dinosaur Thematic Word Wall|
Give your little writers some extra support by creating a dinosaur
thematic word wall. Place these cards where they are easily accessible
so that students always have the correct spelling of words they may need
– paleontologist is a tricky one to always remember!
With 46 word and picture cards, this dinosaur themed word wall will also
be a source of inspiration and provide students with ideas for things
to write about.
|Dinosaur Creative Writing Activities Pre-K-Year 2|
Kindergarten through to Year 2 students. The activities vary in
difficulty and have been created to guide students through making up
their own stories – use the ‘Create a Sentence’ activities with your
kindergarten students, and move on to the different forms of writing
tasks as students develop their creative writing skills.
|Dinosaur Museum Visit|
about them what better way is there then to visit your local museum?
twine and be used when exploring the dinosaurs at the museum. Aimed at
6-8 year olds, this booklet encourages students to find and show the
following information during their museum visit:
– biggest, smallest, longest and tallest dinaosaur
– show the difference between a meat and plant eaters teeth
– a nest of dinosaur eggs
– the names of various dinosaurs
– what their favourite dinosaur is
– describe what they did during their visit.
where an Apatosaurus named Arlo (voice of Raymond Ochoa) makes an
unlikely human friend. While traveling through a harsh and mysterious
landscape, Arlo learns the power of confronting his fears and discovers
what he is truly capable of.