Dino Day! Monday 13th September

To kick start our English and Science learning this half term we have organised a ‘Dinosaur theme day’ for all children!

Costume ideas
(We would like you to apply the BH value of ‘Creativity’ to design and make a costume using recycled items)

– Due on Monday

Everyone is expected to create a Dinosaur project of their choice- you can present this on large paper or as a model.
Your presentation must include:
*Timeline of the cretaceous period.
*Key Facts (Name, Date, Time period, average height and weight)
*How have they adapted to their surroundings?
*An annotated sketch of your dinosaur.

Useful websites to do your research:
Top 10 facts
Natural History Museum- Dinosaur facts
Everything you need to know about Dinosaurs

Mesozoic Era | CK-12 Foundation

Bronze/ Mrs Morris’s group: Create an informative poster about a T-Rex.
*What is a T-Rex?
*How long ago did T-Rex roam the earth?
*Was the T-Rex a vegetarian?
*How fast was the T-Rex?

Vocabulary to include:
Mesozoic Cretaceous time period extinct carnivore herbivore fossils

Challenge: Who can find out what a ‘palaeontologists’ is?

If there are any learning activities you would like to do, please share your ideas below.

35 thoughts on “Dino Day! Monday 13th September

  1. 1)A Dino is a animal from thousands of years ago
    2)the dinosaurs ran about for 90000 years or even longer
    3) yes because they would just of eaten leafs and some not because they would of just fight and kill
    3) a t-Rex can run for about 1 hour or less

    • They are wanting children to dress up. Get some leggings, same tee shirt colour and add cardboard spikes to her headband…easy outfit.

  2. Challenge
    A palaeontologists is a use of knowledge of fossils to get a better idea of how life on Earth has changed over different periods of time.

    • Close Asilah, a palaeontologists is someone who studies fossils so we can learn about Dinosaurs and other creatures who roamed the earth before Humans.

      You can study Paleontology at university.

    • The cretaceous time period. Some of the dinosaurs from this time period are in the ‘Jurassic Park’ films such as the T-Rex and the Velociraptors.

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