Get ready for an art adventure! This set of 6 stencils is fun and useful. Use these Dinosaur Rulers to create your own Dinosaur. Trace around the stencil and add colors when finished.
Duration: 15-20 minutes
Learning Objectives: Mix and match dinosaur elements to create unique prehistoric animals. Use colored pencils, markers and crayons to decorate your dinos. The simple designs are easy by a wide range of ages.
Most young children are fascinated by dinosaurs. They are curious about these mighty creatures that lived millions of years ago. Where did the dinosaur come from? Today we are going to introduce a hatching baby dinosaurs craft activity that children will love. This is a great class activity when you are teaching about dinosaurs. You can also introduce it at the end of the dinosaur discovery tour at the museum. Use this activity to talk about how a baby dinosaur grows inside the egg. Children will love to help the baby dinosaur hatch from the egg.
Duration: 10 – 15 minutes
Learning Outcomes: Learning evolutionary concepts. Practice drawing skills. Exercise Fine motor skills. Growing children’s interest in science.
We will never know what dinosaurs actually looked like, but we can imagine! These amazing mysterious creatureswere our inspiration for the latest addition to our 2015 product line-up: R16035 Collage-A-Saurus!
The card dinosaurs can be popped out of the flat sheet along with the accompanying stand, which is fashioned to look like a tree or jungle shrub. Paint the dinosaurs a flat color such as white, blue or pink and leave to dry. The fun part is getting students to add their own finishing touches to the dinosaurs using materials such as sponges, stamps and more!
This art camper decided to use a sponge to create a blended orange pattern on this dinosaur’s body. We used tempera paint to decorate the dinosaurs.