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Science: Dinosaurs Discuss this eTheme.

Learn more about the types of dinosaurs that roamed the earth years ago. Find out which dinosaurs were in your area, watch videos about these creature, and create your own dinosaur artwork. Includes 3D images, games, and quizzes. There is a link to an eThemes Resource on fossils.

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This site is geared toward kids and has a timeline showing when the dinosaurs lived. You can also click on each dinosaur name to get a print out of that creature. NOTE: The site includes ads.
This extensive site has games and lots of information about dinosaurs. Includes games and quizzes, and picture galleries.
Discover how dinosaurs are classified into two main groups.
This site includes dinosaurs' timeline, games, and quizzes. For teachers, it would be interesting to view the Teacher's Guide section for lessons' ideas and directions. NOTE: The site includes ads.
Find out about hundreds of kinds of dinosaurs in the Dino Database. View their images, timeline, and map. Scroll down the page to learn facts about the dinosaur, its diet, habitat, the name's meaning and pronunciation. NOTE: The site includes ads.
This site was designed by a 21 year old guy and presents theories and thoughts about dinosaurs. Click on "Games" at the top for some fun interactive games.
Learn about dinosaur names and why these creatures became extinct. Click on "Jurassic Jumble" to play an interactive word search.
Learn about the different dinosaurs that roamed America. "Video Gallery" has a collection of short videos to watch about dinosaurs. Click on "Meet the Old Neighbors" to find out which dinosaurs roamed in your area. NOTE: The site includes ads.
This site has resources related to dinosaurs. Follow the links to learn about different types of dinosaurs. NOTE: This site includes ads and sponsored links. NOTE: This site has links to external sites.
Many questions are answered about dinosaurs. Click on the question to read the answer.
This site provides templates to print and create paper dinosaurs. NOTE: The site includes ads.
This page has teacher materials like puzzles, worksheets, and games all about dinosaurs. NOTE: The site includes ads.
Find out where dinosaur eggs have been found and what the fossils inside them look like.
Students can create a relief sculpture of dinosaur bones with this cross-curricular activity on four-page PDF. Where space allows, the bones can be installed as a permanent work of art, or used to simulate a paleontology "dig."
These sites focus on fossils and include information on amber, dinosaurs, and petrification.

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