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Dinosaur Theme

Learn all about dinosaurs using this delightful week-long dinosaur theme. All you need to do is pick your favorite books, a few educational activities, and have a marvelous week learning with your kids!

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Dinosaur Theme

Themes are a great way to make learning fun and keep kids engaged as they learn math, grammar, reading, writing, science, history, and crafts with a fun theme. Make sure to check out all our themes that are perfect for preschool, prek, kindergarten, and elementary age kids.

Books to Read

There are two options for using books in your dinosaur theme:

  • Read a different book each day of the week, Monday through Friday.
  • Read your favorite book (s) every day of the week. Kids love repetition, so don’t worry about boring them!

Pick from these 5 excellent books to learn about farms with your kids:

        

 

Dinosaur Language Arts Activities

Dinosaur Language Arts Activities

Improve your children’s fine motor skills with this preschool cutting practice printable!

Your older kids will love this dinosaur bones punctuation game!

 

Dinosaur Math Activities

Dinosaur Math Activities

Start by checking out these dinosaur math worksheets!

Dinosaur Arts & Craft Projects

Dinosaur Arts & Craft Projects

Start your arts and crafts day by making dinosaur egg bath bombs!

And be sure to make these paper mache dino banks with your kids!

 

Dinosaur Science Experiments

Dinosaur Science Experiments

Try hatching baking soda dinosaur eggs with your kids this week!

And don’t forget to make your own dinosaur skeleton!

Dinosaur Social Studies and Fun!

Dinosaur Social Studies and Fun!

And check out these 50+ FUN dinosaur ideas for even more activities!

About the author

Sara

Sara Dennis is a homeschooling mother of 6. Her goal is to help moms simplify their homeschools so they can give their kids an excellent education and thrive at home. She blogs at Classically Homeschooling.

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