Play Dinosaur Discovery on BBC Bitesize.
Please then make a fact file about a dinosaur, choosing from : Tyrannosaurus Rex, Triceratops, Stegosaurus and Diplodicus. There is a fact file set up for you in Purple Mash 2Dos . Or you can make your own on paper and post them on the Blog or take a photo and upload it to Purple Mash in ‘My Work’ straight from your computer or pad and send it as an email in 2Email. Think about what the dinosaur looks like, its size, what it eats, where it lived and see if you can find out a fun fact.
Further the children’s thinking and ask; Why do you think this dinosaur has a long neck/tail? Why has that dinosaur only got small arms? Dinosaurs are a type of animal. Can you name any other type of animal? What about humans? Tell the children that humans are classed as animals.
What's Under our feet?
We are starting a new topic called ‘What’s under our feet?’ and we will be learning about …. dinosaurs. But before we start I want you to think about what you know already. Do you know anything already about dinosaurs? Draw some pictures or take a photo of some of your own toy dinosaurs. Then think about what you would like to find out about dinosaurs. Think of a question . Please get an adult to write these down for you and take a photo for the blog. Have a go at this quiz .
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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