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Fossils/Dinosaur Unit - A collection of ideas/activities to use when teaching a unit about fossils/dinosaurs. source

dinosaur activities - Some things Ive done with kindergarten or first: Giant paper stuffed dinosaurs - make a pattern (or kids can make their own). Cut it out twice from bulletin board paper or other very large art paper. Staple around the edges of the dinosaur leaving a stuffing space, and color both sides. Now stuff ...source

dinosaurs - Ive been doing dinosaurs with my second graders for 12 years and do lots of stuff. We measure the length of several actual dinosaurs on...source

Dinosaurs Theme - This is my favourite theme. The children love it. Some of the best things I have done. Bought a huge bone from the butcher and taken it in for storywriting telling the children I had dug it up. We made a huge t rex from scribble patterns last year and put on the door. We made eggs last year and made a nest out of a childs swimming pool lining...source




Digging Up Dinosaur Bones - Young students research dinosaurs to detemine how scientists learn about dinosaurs and the way they lived on Earth with this WebQuest source

Dino Russs Lair - Links to dinosaur images, publications, exhibits, dinosaur sites, information about digs and more compiled by Russell Jacobson, Associate Geologist, Illinois State Geological Survey source

Dino-Hunt: An Internet Scavenger Hunt - Students follow a set of Internet links to answer ten questions about dinosaurs. Click source for book lists, puzzles, quizzes, activities, color pages and more about dinosaurs source

Dinobase - Dinosaur pictures, species lists, general information, and articles on the theories why they died out compiled by faculty and students of the University of Bristol source

Dinosaur Babies, Fossils, and Make Your Own Dinosaur - An AskERIC lesson in which youngsters study fossils, identify dinosaurs and their babies, and make their own edible fossils using honey, peanut butter, and powdered milk source

Dinosaur Clip Art - Dinosaur clip art includes cartoon dinosaurs and realistic dinosaurs source

Dinosaur Clip Art - Collection of more than fifty dinosaur clip art images source

Dinosaur Coloring Books - Children color pictures in their books and read informational paragraphs to learn about their favorite dinosaurs source

Dinosaur Corners - Introduce kindergarten students to dinosaurs, their habitats, characteristics, and apporpriate terminology with this unit which includes color sheets and center activities source

Dinosaur Database - Information and pictures of twenty-three dinosaurs, plus drawings to print out and color source

Dinosaur Illustrations - Large collection of dinosaur pictures/illustrations which can be found on the Internet source

Dinosaur Thematic Unit - Songs, poems, fingerplays, activities, books, recipes, coloring pages and puzzles on a dinosaur theme for the very young source

Dinosaur Tracking - Students investigate dinosaurs and their tracks with this webquest source

Dinosaurs - A unit on dinosaurs with seven lesson plans and related internet links source

Dinosaurs - AskERIC lesson encourages students to use wooden models of dinosaurs to demonstrate a procedure a field paleontologist might use source

Download-a-Dinosaur - Designs for easy-to-make paper dinosaurs that can be downloaded and printed source

Fossils - Young children study fossils to learn how they help us learn about the Earths past source

Jurassic Classroom - Carnegie Museum of Natural History links to web cameras, dinosaur facts, and more. Teacher Zone has lessons, student pages, and links to standards source

Model Thematic Unit: Dinosaurs - A thematic unit on dinosaurs. Students will explore prehistoric times to expand their knowledge of dinosaurs source

Sue at the Field Museum - Visit Sue, the largest, most complete, and best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex ever discovered. Information, images, facts, events timeline, and Kids page with puzzles, flip book images, and more source

ZoomDinosaurs.com - (PRIMARY) Dinosaur print-outs and activities, and a hypertext reference book about dinosaurs source

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