This dinosaur unit will surely be a hit with your students.
-Dinosaur booklet (13 pages) filled with facts and vocabulary words on dinosaurs.
-A true and false and fact and opinion worksheet.
-KWL chart to get the students thinking about what they know, what they wonder about dinosaurs and what they learned.
-27 vocabulary words that students should know and can be displayed in a pocket chart and taught to your students. The vocabulary words make a nice reference when students need to know how to spell a word.
-My Dinosaur dictionary, a cover and pages that can be made into a booklet. Students will write the word, definition and write the word in a sentence.
-ABC order of vocabulary words and a dinosaur vocabulary page.
-Compare and contrast dinosaurs with reptiles, pocket chart activity. Also an individualized worksheet where students compare and contrast dinosaurs and reptiles on their own.
-Can I Have a Stegosaurus Mom, Please?
Read the book and then have students make their own version of the story. This story has a great twist at the end. This would be great book for your students to make and share with parents, family and friends.
-If the Dinosaurs Came Back
Students will make their own page on what could happen if the dinosaurs came back. This is a great art and creative thinking activity.
-Dinosaur report graphic organizer, either a poster format for their reports or paper to write their report on. Both included.
-Dinosaur banner that can be displayed with, If the Dinosaurs Came Back activity or with their dinosaur reports.
-Think like a Paleontologist center or lesson to share with your students. Students have to infer how Paleontologists took the clues from the dinosaur fossils to figure out what kind of dinosaur it was.
-A cover page in black and white and in color for you to use to bind the pages together if you wish, or to put on a folder to keep all the items in.
Happy Teaching and Enjoy! Jane