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Projects & ActivitiesDinosaur Research Project Member
Students choose a dinosaur species and research its size, weight, habitat, and other interesting information.Dinosaur Mini-Book Member
Color the dinosaur pictures. Then cut and assemble the mini-book. Read interesting facts about seven different dino species.Carnivore & Herbivore Dinos Free
Cut out the names and pictures of six dinosaurs. Then categorize them into two groups - carnivores and herbivores. Then glue them onto the graphic organizer.
Reading ComprehensionAnkylosaurus Member
The Ankylosaurus was a heavy, armored, plant-eating dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous period. It was known for its clubbed tail.Brachiosaurus Member
The Brachiosaurus was one of the largest dinosaurs. It had a long neck and was twice as tall as a giraffe. This plant-eater had no real predators.Pteranodon Member
The Pteranodon was a giant, flying lizard that lived in the late Cretaceous period. It probably ate fish, crabs, squid, and dead animals.Spinosaurus Member
The Spinosaurus was a gigantic meat-eating dinosaur that was even larger than T-rex. It had a crocodile-shaped snout with sharp teeth for eating fish.Stegosaurus Member
The Stegosaurus was a large, plant-eating dinosaur that lived in the Late Jurassic period. It had large spikes on its tail to fight predators.Triceratops Member
The Triceratops is very similar to the modern day rhinoceros. They both had large bodies, ate plants, and had horns on their heads. The triceratops was ten feet long and weighed as much as two elephants.Tyrannosaurus Rex Free
Discover one of the largest and meanest meat-eating dinosaurs. Did you know a t-rex had 60 sharp teeth, and each one is the size of a banana?Velociraptor Member
Did you know that the Velociraptor was a dinosaur that was covered in feathers? Learn all about raptors with this informative article.
Color the large Brachiosaurus on this page. Then read the interesting facts in the fact file.Pteranodon Fact File Member
Use crayons to color the Pteranodon and read the fascinating facts on the right.Spinosaurus Fact File Member
Read the Spinosaurus fact file, then color the diagram.Stegosaurus Fact File Member
Color the Stegosaurus in the picture and read the fascinating facts in the sidebar.Triceratops Fact File Member
Color the large Triceratops picture and discover fun facts about this dinosaur.Tyrannosaurus Fact File Member
Color in the Tyrannosaurus rex illustration, then read the t-rex fact file.Velociraptor Fact File Member
Learn about the fierce, feathered Velociraptor with this fact file worksheet.
Dino MathDino Picture Puzzle Free
Solve the addition problems. Then match the sums with the picture puzzle pieces. Put the puzzle together to reveal a dinosaur.
WritingDinosaur Creative Writing Member
Students imagine that they've woken up and found a dinosaur in the backyard. They write a story to describe the dinosaur and tell what they would do.
Dino PuzzlesDinosaur Word Search Member
Search for dinosaur words in this intermediate-level puzzle. Word list includes dinosaur, teeth, roar, stegosaurus, triceratops, lizard, fossil, eggs, Earth, and prehistoric.
Grammar & PhonicsDinosaur Syllables Member
Divide these dinosaur words into syllables. Then tell how many syllables are in each word.
Teacher HelpersDinosaur Homework Agenda Member
Students can keep track of their weekly homework assignments on this agenda page, which features pictures of a triceratops, stegosaurus, and a brontosaurus.Dino Desk Tags Member
Write your students' names on these colorful, primary-ruled desk tags.Bookmarks for Kids Member
Printable bookmarks for kids. Print out the set of 4 - Reading Rocks, Reading is Dino-Mite, Blast off with a Book, and Books are Cool.
See Also:Dinosaurs Before Dark (Book)
This page contains worksheets that you can use with the Magic Tree House Book, Dinosaurs Before Dark. Includes reading comprehension questions, character lists, and literature circle sheets.