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  1. DINOSAURS 2nd Grade Science Colleen Smith BEGIN

  2. Main Menu Tyrannosaurus Rex Pterodactyl Brontosaurus Stegosaurus Gallimimus Quiz Triceratops Velociraptor

  3. Tyrannosaurus Rex • Name Meaning: Tyrant Lizard • Carnivore • Average life span: 30 years • Habitat: Open Woodland • Type: Predator Dinosaur • Used tail for balance • Good sense of smell • Most commonly known Return to Main Menu

  4. Pterodactyl • Name Meaning: Winged Lizard • Type: Flying Reptile • Diet: fish, insects, and small animals • Varied in size • Hunted near rivers and lakes Return to Main Menu

  5. Brontosaurus • Name Meaning: Deceptive Lizard • Type: Plant Eater • Lived in Jurassic Time Period • Swallowed stones to help grind up food instead of chewing • Long whip-like tail was used as a weapon • Known to many as “Long necks” Return to Main Menu

  6. Stegosaurus • Name Meaning: Roofed Lizard • Type: Large plant-eating dinosaur • Soft Vegetation diet • Spikes on the tail were used as weapons • Had no teeth in the front, just a beak • Thick legs held up the weight reducing it’s speed Return to Main Menu

  7. Triceratops • Name Meaning: Three horned face • Type: Plant eater, ceratopsian (horned faced dinosaur) • Lived in the late Cretaceous period • Plants and tree diet • The large tail helped balance the weight of the head Return to Main Menu

  8. Velociraptor • Name Meaning: Swift plunderer • Type: Predator • Lived in the late Cretaceous period • Diet: other dinosaurs • Traveled in packs • Fast, smart, great eyesight • Ran with their toes back to keep their claws from dulling Return to Main Menu

  9. Gallimimus • Name Meaning: Chicken Mimic • Ornithomimosaur (Ostrich-like) • Toothless beaks, long and slender fingers, walked on 2 legs • Small head well suited for digging in the mud for food • Diet: plants and animals • Lived in the late Cretaceous period Return to Main Menu

  10. Quiz What dinosaur is able to fly? Stegosaurus C. Pterodactyl B. Triceratops D. Brontosaurus

  11. TRY AGAIN! The Stegosaurus walks on it’s thick 4 legs to help support it’s heavy weight. Return to Quiz

  12. Oops! Triceratops do not have wings. They walk on all four legs balancing with their tails. Return to Quiz

  13. GOOD TRY! The Brontosaurus walks on all fours. It’s long neck would not allow for it to fly. Return to Quiz

  14. CORRECT! The Pterodactyl has wings which allows it to fly high above the others. CONTINUE

  15. CONGRATULATIONSYOU DID IT! Return to Main Menu