Making skeletons (using sticks) Creative STAR Learning I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!
This STEM challenge was designed to go with the book Goldilocks and The Three Dinosaurs.
On paper, children should be petrified of dinosaurs. In reality, they are OBSESSED. rex is a case in point. Ferocious, enormous and harnessing some real anger issues, he’s not an obvious candidate
How (and Why) to Build a Teepee-Style Fairy House.hmmm, thinking I just might make the leaves out of felt, hmmm :-)
Making skeletons (using sticks) — Creative STAR Learning
Dinosaur week: Fun & Simple dinosaur activity for kids! Maybe for older kids give each shape a numerical value and have them add how much their dino is worth. Can use with class to compare/contrast amounts, etc.
A fun reading space hideout that can be packed away.
Might be a good collaboration assessment - Dinosaur Bone Game (relay race) -- Take turns running to collect bones, then assemble the bones to build a dinosaur.
Five LEGO Dinosaurs to Build - Frugal Fun For Boys Five LEGO Dinosaurs to Build! LEGO building ideas for kids, great for a LEGO club.
Incorporate shape-play into this dinosaur building activity-active min to collect as many pieces as they can and make the funniest/scariest/biggest dinosaur
Simple dinosaur play, could be set up in building area as a provocation.
The kiddos will use the shapes provided to make dinosaurs.A picture guide is provided, if needed to help initiate the creative process.
We have had an absolute BLAST studying dinosaurs these last two weeks. My students are SO into them and I am ashamed to say that I have a few students who can say obscure dinosaur names much better…
Have a dino loving child? Be sure to stop by T-Rex Cafe in Downtown Disney. Inside you'll find Build-A-Dino (which is owned by Build A