Unusual dinosaur crafts for kids with fun activities for all ages.
Try these activities:
Dinosaur activities and crafts aren't just for little children - you'll find lots to absorb anyone fascinated by the age of the dinosaurs.
"We used to do these prints with a paint:) You can get different animals, some paint and make foot prints:)"
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Dragonfly wing patterns aren't that hard to draw. If you make some black marks with your gel pen that look a bit like wobbly ladders you'll do fine!
Alternatively, you can lie your transparent acetate on top of the illustration of Meganeura on pages 34-35 of this book and copy the wing patterns with gel pens.
The body is from blue card stock with holographic bands and the eyes look fantastic in holographic paper.
Writing is one of our favorite homeschool dinosaur crafts!
You can have a go too with our free writing worksheets. You'll find one on how to bring up a baby dino as well as this one for older kids where you can write your own guide to dinosaurs:
A great way to start your dinosaur activities is to bring them to life with our page on dinosaur babies kids crafts and activities. You can make your own dinosaur egg, get a free coloring page, watch dinosaurs hatching and even keep a virtual pet!
There are lots more ideas for kids activities on Pinterest:
Dinosaur crafts have to include how to make a fossil! It's easy to make fossil prints and you can paint them as well.
You can make your dinosaur drawings more fun by adding things to them! We used lots of simple techniques to add to our homeschool display and make it more interesting:
There are all sorts of fun activities to add in to your dinosaurs for kids project, and one is making an origami dinosaur.
Find out how to make this fantastic homeschool dinosaur robot using trash from your trash can! T-Wrecks comes with plastic fork teeth, a spray can body and a coat hanger tail.
You'll see a pterosaur with a clothes pin head and CD wheels.
You'll find lots more fun ideas and activities to do with dinosaurs here.
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