Just finishing up a dinosaur unit study? These are some ideas for some fabulously fun field trips that all revolve around dinosaurs!
Lately I’ve been working on a few sewing projects, and Bundle loves to “sew” with me.
That’s right, I let my 4 year old sew! Okay, well, not with a real adult needle…or a sewing machine…or pinking shears! 😀 But we have come up with a clever way for her to be “involved” when I’m mending or sewing.
Prewriting on the brain? These dinosaur work pages are perfect for little learners figuring out pencil grip, line tracing, and fine motor skills.
Today is another free printable day for my Pre-K/Kindergarten Dinosaur Unit Study!
While working on this dinosaur post series, I thought it might be nice to add a list of our favorite dinosaur books and resources that we’ve found and used throughout our dinosaur unit study.
It’s time for another dinosaur post! 😀
Today’s activity is a DIY dinosaur dig designed for your little paleontologists.
Dramatic play is so valuable – it’s one of those educational areas I don’t ever want to stop providing – okay, or doing myself, too! Whether for your little kids or you little kids at heart, dramatic play helps develop friendships, fosters creativity and deepens imaginations, and creates opportunities for further growth and learning in other academic areas.
This post is dedicated to dressing up like dinosaurs, and the perfect dinosaur books and activities to use with them while playing!
Happy Tuesday, everyone!
Each week I’m posting one or two dinosaur free printables or activities to go with my Pre-K/Kindergarten Dinosaur Unit Study. This week’s activity is a fun brain-break style song, along with tons of extension activities!
Bundle (4-year-old daughter) loves dinosaurs. We’ve done dinosaur unit studies, activities and field trips at a fairly solid rate for almost two years! I have to admit, I’ve learned way more about them through teaching her than I ever thought I would. 😀