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Dinosaurs Gina Hamsik EDE 417 Prehistoric Times 1st Grade Dinosaurs Objectives Objectives 1.) Students will be able to name selected dinosaurs. Objectives 2.) Students will be able to identify specific dinosaur characteristics. Objectives

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Gina Hamsik

EDE 417

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1st Grade


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1.) Students will be able to name selected dinosaurs.

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2.) Students will be able to identify specific dinosaur characteristics.

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3.) Students will be able to differentiate between omnivores, herbivores, and carnivores.

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4.) Students will be able to gain a concept of how long ago dinosaurs lived.

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5.) Students will explore what archeologists do.

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  • Child’s sandbox

  • Paintbrushes

  • Sandbox

  • Small tools

  • Register tape

  • Plaster of Paris

  • Pencils

  • Venn Diagram

  • Magazines

  • Scissors

  • Writing Journals

  • “I Have…Who Has” slips

  • Dinosaur Pictures

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  • Scholastic Dinosaur A to Z: The Ultimate Dinosaur Encyclopedia

    • By: Don Lessum

  • Danny and the Dinosaur

    • By Syd Hoff

  • Digging Up Dinosaurs

    • By: Aliki

  • The Little Boy Who Wanted a Dinosaur Tail

    • By: Mary Williams Illistrated by Robert Takatch

  • How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight

    • By: Jan Yolen and Mark Teague

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Web sites

Zoom Dinosaurs


  • Zoom Dinosaurs is a comprehensive on-line hypertext book about dinosaurs. It is designed for students of all ages and levels of comprehension. It has an easy-to-use structure that allows readers to start at a basic level on each topic, and then to progress to much more advanced information as desired, simply by clicking on links.

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Web sites

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History


  • At the Smithsonian, some of the most important dinosaurs known to science stand in our exhibit halls. Learn more about our famous dinosaurs here.

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Web sites

The Dinosauria


  • Questions and answers, myths, and exploration of all your favorite dinosaurs.

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Web sites

Dinosaur Dig


  • Explore fossil mysteries, finding fossils, dinosaur data, scientific names, interactive game and more.

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Web sites

Kids Dinos


  • Find out which dinosaur was the largest, which was the smallest, which had the most horns, the longest neck, or which ate the most food. Where did they go? Create a list of dinosaurs you want to study. Games, activities, and other fun and educational tools.

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student activities

  • Dinosaur Sort

    • Sort dinosaur pictures by their characteristics

      • Swim, fly, walk

      • Omnivore, Herbivore, Carnivore

      • Size

      • Physical characteristics

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student activities

  • Play I have… Who has…

    • Each child holds a piece of paper that has an answer and a fact on it.

    • Each piece of pare connects to another.

      Example: I have T-Rex. Who has the dinosaur that walks on two feet and eats only meat?

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student activities

  • Dino Dig

    • Dig for mock bones in sand with brushes and small tools

    • Write journal entry as if your were an archeologist on a dinosaur dig

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student activities

  • Time Laps

    • Using register tape chunk off sections to signify time laps including significant past dates to gain a concept of when dinosaurs walked the earth

      Example: children's birthdates, important dates studied in history

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student activities

  • Food Sort Venn Diagram

    • Children cut pictures out of magazines and organize their pictures onto a Venn diagram for omnivores, herbivores and carnivores.