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Table of Contents
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Teacher Background Information
Lesson Focus
Objective Grid
Lesson 1: Long Ago
Lesson 2: Extinction
Lesson 3: Fossils
Lesson 4: Types of Dinosaurs
Lesson 5: Meat and Plant Eaters
Lesson 6: The Dinosaur's Life Cycle
-Dinosaur Eggs
-Baby Dinosaur
-Dinosaur Weapons
-Shake and Spill
Lesson 7: Nature and Change
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Spanish Language Translations

Dinosaurs - Lesson 6: The Dinosaur's Life Cycle
ACTIVITY: Baby Dinosaur

Objective
Students make a baby dinosaur shape.

Materials

  • Brown paper bags or pieces of brown butcher paper, one per child
  • Dinosaur shape for students to trace
  • Hole punch, scissors (if students are able to use them) and/or stapler
  • Newspaper or facial tissues
Procedures
  1. The teacher or the students trace two dinosaur shapes on the paper bag or butcher paper and cut them out.
  2. The teacher or students staple the two shapes together to make the stuffed animal, leaving an opening large enough to insert the stuffing.
  3. The students decorate their animals.
  4. Stuff pieces of crumpled newspaper or facial tissue into the shapes.
  5. When the dinosaur is stuffed, staple the opening.
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